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Poll: Should Paul Ince Stay Or Should He Go?

If you were the Blackburn Rovers board, would you sack Paul Ince or keep him? Blackburn currently sits second from bottom. And the last time they won in the league was September 27th when they beat Newcastle. Vote now and express your opinion.

<a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1164697/” >What would you do about Paul Ince if you were the board?</a> <br /> <span style=”font-size:9px;”> (<a href=”http://www.polldaddy.com”> surveys</a>)</span>

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4 Responses to Poll: Should Paul Ince Stay Or Should He Go?

  1. Simon Burke says:

    Good Lord, football fans are getting dumber by the day or the media is and one generally fuels the other… No offence Gaffer I am not referencing you directly.

    A few weeks ago the Bolton fans were chanting vile things at Gary Megson (Toby from The Office US Version) because Bolton on the BRING OF DISASTER – you know, in the bottom 3 in September. A few good results against equally mediocre (or equally well matched depending on your view) teams and they are charging towards Europe…

    Arsenal CLUB in CRISIS… through in Champions League with game to spare and well within reach of top 4 where they currently reside.

    CHELSEA – top of league and only need a result at home to relegated Romanian team to progress – yet another club in crisis this week.

    LIVERPOOL – hours later go top of the league , through in Europe with game to spare… they are also another CRISIS RIDDEN CLUB as they went top on the back of 2 home goalless draws. I repeat – TOP.

    This instant success is becoming a joke – all these crisis clubs. Only one can win, only 3 can go down and West Brom are most people's certainly to be one.
    As for the other 2, who knows? ITs Blackburn today – its Wigan tomorrow, its Fulham in December, its newcastle in March….

    When so few points separate 6th from 19th I'd say 3/4 of the league is relegation threatened right now. Sacking a man who is new , who lost Bentley, who will likely lose Santa Cruz and has been given virtually no financial backing and who is a few points off the top half seems crazy. The media sells us all this nonsense and fans buy it. I would be worried if it was March and Blackburn were adrift but this isnt the case and clearly an overreaction in a league lacking any common sense.

    And so to Blackburn

  2. Phil McThomas says:

    All fair comments Simon.

    But Blackburn have never looked good this season. I can't really see him turning the corner.

    I'd give him thru December and then bring somone in if things aren't improving.

  3. Simon Burke says:

    The only thing I think he has done wrong is when he was linked with the Newcastle job at the time of Keegan's departure, he was far too slow to distance himself and I thought you sneaky sod – I suspect he'd have taken had the climate there been safer…

    Beyond that – Pederson is declining year on year, bringing in Fowler was a gamble but at least it was a cheap one, other than that I cant see what he has been able to do in terms of reshaping the team, he has barely had a quarter of the transfer window and lost his best asset immediately.

  4. The Gaffer says:

    Mark Hughes has a habit of leaving a club or national side at just the right time. He did it with Wales, who were in a mess after he left. And he did it at Blackburn, where the players look nowhere near as good as they did last year.

    I'm with Phil on this one. Give him until the end of this month, and if things don't change, get a new gaffer. Otherwise, Rovers will be back in the Championship where they used to be for so many years before Jack Walker came on to the scene.

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

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