Date:Wednesday May 21 2008
Hull City are the team that we would like to see playing in the top flight next season, not my vote, yours - although these findings from Chix's poll are thoughts that I do not really agree or disagree with.
Whichever one of the sides that comes up it will be good as it will be another new name to the top flight (when I say top flight I mean in terms of premier league top flight!), ok they might struggle but at least they would have been there - and who knows maybe they could spring a surprise that few expect...
It seems that Hull get the bigger share of the vote as they finished 3rd, and we know from experience what it is like to finish 3rd and then miss out in the play-offs - so with a club being so close to automatic promotion in the first place it appears most side with them in the hope they can complete the job.
On a personal note Bristol City going up would be a closer away game for me to get to, but even though Hull would be a hefty journey for me as I have not been their before the chances are I would add this to my 'schedule' of gruelling away journey's - finances permitting.
All in all though I say 'let the best team win'...
What the poll asked - We have Stoke & The Baggies next season, which of the play-off teams would you like to see promoted?
How you voted - Hull - 3rd should go up anyway 52%, Bristol City - Not too far to travel 33%, Am I bothered? 15%
Current Poll - It is the champions league final tonight, Manyoo v Chelski - do we care who wins?
Do we have a preference as to who we want to win tonight's champions league final between Manyoo and Chelski? Had it been either against a non-British team I guess we would be favouring the English club, but with both English early signs are indicating no one really cares! But who, if anyone do you want - this is what the pompeyrug wants to know with this - 'Who do you want to win the champions league?' Let the poll do the talking before we do when it finishes.
PLAY UP POMPEY!
Date:Wednesday May 21 2008
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