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Ferguson Backed

Ferguson Backed

The poll results are in and Sir Alex Ferguson has had a resounding backing from those that voted.

We asked, Should Sir Alex Ferguson Stay?

And the answer came back as 90% saying yes in one form or another!

75% unquestionably said he should stay on as the boss full stop. 13% said he should remain, but only until the end of the season, and a further 2% would like to see him take on the director of football role. I would assume out of the 13% that wanting him to retire at the end of the season, a fair percentage would then like to see him make a step upstairs as opposed to leaving Old Trafford all together.

Only 10% of those polled believed that it was time for the boss to leave.

In our new poll, we are asking: Were Utd Right To Let Keane Leave.

Early results are saying 40% yes, 7% only if that is what the player wanted, 23% no, we should have him as manager and 30% no, we should have kept him as a player.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday November 19 2005
Time: 12:22PM

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