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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!'


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

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

Comments

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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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