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Poll: Should We Have Sold Ricketts?

Poll: Should We Have Sold Ricketts?

Our recent poll asked readers of Vital Swansea whether we should have sold Sam Ricketts or not, and if so, for how much. This is how they voted...

Prior to his �300,000 move to Hull, we asked you should we sell the Welsh International full back.

Hull increased their bid to �325,000 to activate a release clause to allow them to talk with the player. Following his move though, the Official Site later reported that the fee was �300,000.

22% voted that we should accept the �325,000 bid and sell.

27% thought we should sell but only for �400,000 or more. 16% voted that we should sell him for at least half a million.

The remaining 35% disagreed and said he should not have been sold.

Our new poll wants to know your opinion on the recent signing of Dean Leacock for �375,000. Was it a panic buy following the departure of Ricketts or does quality cost and it's money well spent? Vote now on the right hand side.

Related Articles:
Hull Sign Ricketts For �300,000
Ricketts Happy To Stay At Swansea
Hull Make �300,000 Bid For Ricketts


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Saturday July 15 2006
Time: 7:36PM

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well 1nce they cme in 4 an offer i thought it was quit obvious he was gna leave
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17/07/2006 17:44:00
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