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65% Say No To Hartson Move

65% Say No To Hartson Move

In a recent poll, 65% voted that Roberto Martinez should not sign former Wales international striker John Hartson.

The Swansea boss never expressed much interest in signing the West Brom forward but Vital Swansea wanted to see your views on whether you'd like to see play for us at the Liberty.

65% voted no, while the remaining 35% said yes we should sign him.

I'm with the no group on this one. I don't think he's the type of player we need or that Martinez has been looking for in the last few weeks.

He's lacked consistent competitive match football lately as well as fitness.

Our new poll wants to know if you think Joe Allen is ready to make his full league debut, replacing the suspended Ferrie Bodde.

VOTE NOW ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE >>

You can also submit your views in our forum. Do you think Allen should start against Cheltenham on Friday?

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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Sunday September 2 2007
Time: 12:33PM

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i voted no, but im starting to warm to the idea now that the scotland-duffy partnership hasn't worked so far...... still not gonna happen tho
Murton_Jack
02/09/2007 22:17:00
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i also voted no but i thought there would be a few more saying yes tbh!
GThomas
03/09/2007 22:03:00
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