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Well was it a surprise? I guess not

Well was it a surprise? I guess not
Milan swept the board with a massive 63% I was surprised however to see "Balu" that high, but there again what was his competition...

I felt it slightly ironic that the Administrators scored the same result as Sasha and both of them only 1% better than the various 'El Sheiks'. I think the result was a bit harsh on Jim Gregory and John Deacon, who whilst neither brilliant at least tried bless them.

As with the 1 shop you felt that Terry Venables proved whilst occasionally you find something great, longevity is not always guaranteed.

Milan Mandaric 63%
'Balu Chainrai' 12%
Administrators 5%
'Sasha' Gaydamak (or his dad) 5%
'El Sheiks' 4%
Jim Gregory 4%
John Deacon 4%
Terry Venables 2%
Martin Gregory 1%

That's the chairman sorted, only two more to go now. Luxury player and Manager........

Written by MickTait.

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  • Writer:MickTait
    Date:Sunday February 13 2011
    Time: 6:47PM

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    Not a surprise in the slightest. He's the only chairman I can remember who the crowd actually chanted for. And I'm not counting chants about calling for their resignation.
    PompeyFrippy
    13/02/2011 18:59:00
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    I didn't vote for Milan, the result just reaffirms to me that Pompey fans have short memories and eve those tend to be blue hazy myopic.
    russellm
    13/02/2011 21:36:00
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    Speaks volumes that more people wanted made-up Arabs than the all-too-real Terry Venables
    hammersmithblue
    13/02/2011 22:36:00
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