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51% Favour Knight Decision

51% Favour Knight Decision

51% of Vital Swansea's readers have voted that it was the correct decision to transfer-list striker and top scorer Leon Knight.

Manager Kenny Jackett stirred up controversy some weeks ago by putting our top scorer Leon Knight on the transfer-list.

At the time it seemed ludricous, but after a days of rumours getting around and speculation growing, it seemed more sensible.

The former Brighton striker has a reputation of having a negative influence in the dressing room and it looks as if he's brought that with him to Swansea.

Poll Results:

Do you think it was the right decision to transfer list Knight?


Yes 51%
No 43%
Not sure 6%

Our new poll wants to know whether you think we need to replace Knight in the January transfer window or not.

Should we fork out more money for a new striker or is young Chris Jones an adequate replacement?

Vote now on the right, you can also discuss this and other topics in the forum here

You can also post your comments on this story below.


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

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Thursday November 9 2006
Time: 11:17PM

Comments

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What did everyone think about KJ's decision to transfer-list Knighty then? A good one or not? Please vote in our new poll on the right.
KevinE
09/11/2006 23:19:00
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Definitely the right decision, Knight is nothing but a waste of space, moaning child, such a waste of talent
oasistrundle
10/11/2006 09:31:00
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Yeah overall I think he was right to let him go, although I thought he was crazy at first! A total waste of talent as you say.
KevinE
10/11/2006 16:03:00
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