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80% Back Milan

80% Back Milan

In the latest Vital Pompey poll, we asked whether you back Milan`s takeover bid of Leicester. While many agreed that it was Milan`s money and he could do what he wanted; the results stated that most back him.

Results

Are you happy with Milan's takeover bid of Leicester?

Yes= 80%
No= 20%


Vital Comments

He did us proud and now he's gone. Thanks & goodbye, now lets get on with the future.FEn_100

Will never feel any bad feelings towards Milan, and wish him success in everything he does. However, i cant ever wish good fortune on Leicester, they have been our thorn too many times. so which way do i fall??? I dont know. i have abstain i suppose. Midge

Milan is a Businessman first and his passion with Pompey WAS real. No one can complain about what he did and what he may well do. Good Luck in whatever he undertakes as long as he doesn't invest in YOU KNOW WHO he will always have my support and total respect. pompeygray




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Date:Sunday November 5 2006

Time: 9:46PM

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Press the Red button on your control now to explode
blueknight
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05/11/2006 22:17:00

no didn't work...
VitalPompeyAdmin
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05/11/2006 22:24:00

seems strange, why sell up one club just to go straight back out and buy another? And Leicester of all places! :-o
The Fear
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05/11/2006 22:43:00

It's his money. Move on and forget. It's Saacha now not Milan
nelson
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05/11/2006 22:44:00

I think he should buy Southampton and then export them.
pompeygray
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06/11/2006 04:43:00

Export them, take the scum down & out of the football league. Let them have a derby with Winchester.
storagematt
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06/11/2006 07:59:00

maybe milan could export them to aus, how about that pompeygray?
paultsmouth
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06/11/2006 20:10:00

He did us proud its down to him what he does now and I'll wish him well until we play his side, if we ever do? Good luck Milan you'll need it at Leicester ;)
pompeyrug
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07/11/2006 22:12:00

 

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