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Poll: Should We Sell Robinson?

Poll: Should We Sell Robinson?

51% of our readers voted that we shouldn't sell Robinson, even though there's the risk he could leave on a free next year.

There has been much speculation over the player's future at the club over the pre-season period and after rejecting a new contract offer, the club are running the risk of losing him for free next year after turning down bids for the midfielder.

Was this the right decision?

51% of you agreed with the club, that he shouldn't be sold while 29% said we should sell for anything higher than £400,000.

13% voted we should sell for £500,000 or more and the remaining 7% said we should sell for any amount because he'll probably leave on a free next summer.

Our new poll asks you whether we can pick ourselves up from this poor start to the new season.

Are we in for a struggling season? Should Jackett go now? Or will improve in time to make our way up the league?

Vote now on the right hand side.


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

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Monday August 14 2006
Time: 10:58AM

Comments

0
get some money for him we have invested a lot in Andy to come away with nothing is silly.
sbrjack
14/08/2006 11:57:00
0
ye but if we go up then he may stay
born_a_jack
14/08/2006 12:17:00
0
I still think we should sell. We have McLeod and Buttler on the left: Britton and MacDonald on the right: and in mid-field we have Pratley, Way, OTJ, Tate and O'Leary.
willow
14/08/2006 12:48:00
0
Should Jacket go now? - I don't think so. A new manager will inherit the same squad. 1st. September is not far away and by the time a new man is appointed he will not be able to change it until 1st. January 2007. It is up to every player to up their game and stop being sloppy.
willow
14/08/2006 12:53:00
0
a new manager may inherit the same squad but KJ looks like hes lost the dressing room to me. a new manager will raise performance levels immediately. we have the players and the ability. its the tactics and shocking team selection which is letting us down.
bdazzler1
14/08/2006 18:08:00
0
ROBBO MUST STAYYY!!!!!!!!! the team need him to go up..dont sell him !!
s_c_f_c
14/08/2006 19:17:00
0
robbo will stay if we go up next season he sed he wwanted 2 play at a higher level nd he loves the club so if we go up he will stay coz he is at a higher level with the club he loves he can't get any better than that in football ( unless he played first team footy for chelsea)!!! And all you people who keep saying we need a new manager it's 3 games in we got 1point it could be worse KJ will sort it out look what he has done for the club.... he got us silver wear he made us into a side which can attract a lot more talent than we use 2 we got 2 stick by KJ and the bois they need us more than ever now UP THE JACKS!!
naythan_swans
14/08/2006 22:45:00
0
End of debate ? Robinson signs new contract today.
willow
15/08/2006 11:25:00
0
not in a million years
idroppedmyguts
24/08/2006 22:16:00
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