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Poll - 72% Say We Will Improve

In our recent poll asking viewers we can pick ourselves up after a poor start to the season, 72% voted yes while 17% voted for manager Kenny Jackett to leave.

5% weren't sure and the remaining 6% said No, but they didn't agree that Jackett should get the sack.

Our new poll asks you whether Jackett is right to let left winger Kevin McLeod leave to join another club.

Colchester's bid has been accepted by the Swans while McLeod has also revealed that other clubs are showing an interest and added that ''something should happen before Thursday.''




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 29 2006

Time: 7:32PM

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We are not happy when our team lose. But we have to be patient for the new boys to gell into the squad. I can see us gradually start playing better and move up the table.
willow
I've said from the start of the season that when our injured midfielders are back we will be a more balanced side. The key to our season will then be keeping injury free.
Goochy
 

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