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Strikeroo!

The result of the latest Vital Manchester United poll are now set to be released...



..and here they are!

A whopping 89% of you believe that after Rooney's (don't forget Paul Scholes!) ban, that the striker should go on a 'Commercial Strike, citing the previous example of Gerrard/Mellor's let-off's as a damn good reason!

7% of you wonderful people said no, he really should try behaving himself better, even in friendly matches pre-season.

1% (1%...wow!) believe that he should, provided that he makes assurances that he plays.

3% of you don't know, why? Well I don't know!

Our latest Poll asks you just one simple question, is yet another league title possible Yes, no, or 'I DONT KNOW!'

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Date:Sunday August 27 2006
Time: 7:57PM

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Because strikes ever work...
NeilBaker
27/08/2006 19:58:00
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Regardless, you've got to LOVE that headline.
Salford Red
27/08/2006 19:59:00
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I agree that he should go on strike! And then never pick the arrogant smart@rse to play for England ever again! Good player, cr@p attitude. Grow up, Shrek!
ValsPal
30/08/2006 22:26:00
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don forget valsgaypal that wayne's english football's most prized asset...
rosh16
31/08/2006 14:31:00
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And what would a strike achieve? Zilch!
sandgroanun
02/09/2006 11:46:00
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