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Most and Yet Least like to sign

Most and Yet Least like to sign
Having now run a second poll for the least wanted loan player I have pulled the results together.

Which Loanee would you LEAST like to sign?
Sonko 65%
Cotterill 15%
Hogg 13%
Dickinson 4%
Halford 2%
De Laet 1%

This compared to when asked the question which Loanee would you MOST like to sign?
Greg Halford 50%
Ritchie De Laet 23%
None of Them 16%
Ibrahima Sonko 5%
Carl Dickinson 2%
Jonathan Hogg 2%
David Cotterill 2%

What I going to now is to try and combine these scores and comment on the result on a player by player basis.

Greg Halford Yes = 50% No =2%. The combined poll still gives overwhelming support for Greg, I think he has one year left on his contract so there 'could' be a deal that could be done. Greg seems to want to stay and we want him.

Ritchie De Laet Yes = 23% No = 1%. Very strong support for Ritchie, (he has stated his desire to stay). Ritchie is out of contract next season and a 'free' would be a fantastic bit of business.

None of Them Yes = 16%, I missed this off the other poll sorry.

Ibrahima Sonko Yes = 5% No = 65%. A strong opinion switch between the two polls Ibrahima was the 3rd highest player we would most like to sign but far and away least we would like.

Carl Dickinson Yes = 2% and No equals 4%. Reads as if we have not made up our mind on that one.

Jonathan Hogg Yes = 2% No = 13%. More people want him gone than to stay by a fair margin. I don't think he will be back.

David Cotterill Yes = 2% No = 15%. Quite a clear message we don't want Swansea reserves.

For me the Sonko result is the one to scratch your head about, the only thing I can think is that it was different people who answered.

Written by MickTait.

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Writer:MickTait
Date:Thursday May 19 2011
Time: 10:48AM

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Surely until there's any confirmation of a change in ownership then no offers or deals can be done? I think we will miss out on Norris due to the ongoing saga and I would think there will be suitors for Halford once teams are aware that he may or may not have a future at Wolves.
bluedr
19/05/2011 11:36:00
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No surprise about that result. If Norris wants in he'll wait a few weeks like his agent said, there is no rush, if he doesn't wait then it was never on.
russellm
20/05/2011 05:27:00
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