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Poll Results: 51% Vote Jackett In

51% of our readers voted for Swansea City manager Kenny Jackett to stay at the club despite our rather poor start to the season.

Our inconsistent form has meant the poll results were often changing as fans seemed quick to vote him out after poor results.

In general, our readers have slightly favoured him to stay rather than to go but the results have been close over the many weeks the poll's been running for.

39% have voted him out with the remaining 10% saying they're not sure as yet.

Our new poll wants to know who you are blaming for our inconsistent start to the season. Is it all down to the manager, is it the players letting Jackett down or is it a combination of them both?

Vote now on the right hand side.




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Writer: VitalSwansea Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 3 2006

Time: 10:29PM

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That's a ******* close vote. In my opinion - choose to value it or not - I think it's pretty fickle to want him out at this stage... He did brilliantly to take you up, won you two trophies and nearly took you up again last year. If anything, you over-performed last year. There is the other factor as well that it's very difficult to come back from what you went through in May. We (Gillingham) were absolutely abysmal for the first few months of the season after our play-off final defeat to Manchester City but eventually everything clicked and we ended up going up anyway...
JonP
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04/10/2006 01:27:00

forest sacked megson for playing route one football. so why won't jackett go. i admit that jackett has brought huge sucess to the swans but i think this is a far as he can take us. penney did well for doncaster but now look whats happened.
idroppedmyguts
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04/10/2006 21:31:00

yep i agree idroppedmyguts in my opinion hes got to go i think its time for a change.
swansea_till_i_die
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05/10/2006 02:13:00

Results at the start of the season were bad and this resulted in this poll. The Manager selects the team. The 11 players on the park should play to the best of their ability. But if they cannot pass the ball from one white shirt to another - where does the blame lie?
willow
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05/10/2006 11:26:00

Who do you think's at fault for our poor start?............................ I have selected both.
willow
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05/10/2006 11:29:00

 

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