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Vital Wolves: 91% say Wolves will go down

A Vital Wolves poll has shown that 91% of users who have cast their vote believe that Wolves will go down at the end of the upcoming Premier League season.

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The Poll which was opened last month during the Vital Wolves re-launch, shows a result of 91% of users do not see Wolves surviving in the Premier League.

Once the season starts, we will repeat the poll at various points to show the hopefully changing view throughout the season!

Our next poll asks, how you feel about the signing of Kevin Doyle at a record breaking £6.5 million.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Wednesday July 1 2009
Time: 12:00PM

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I think you guys can stay up. Just win all the six-pointers. Beat Bolton, Blackburn, Hull, Burnley, Stoke and Birmingham and you're halfway there. Simples. Lose your focus, though and you'll be dead in the water by Xmas. If you're out of the bottom three on Xmas day you can do it.
Sindbad
01/07/2009 12:29:00
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It's all organization, defense and home wins. That'll keep you up. It's on McCarthy's shoulders to get it done - just as Pulis is responsible for Stoke's success and Hodgson is responsible for Fulham's success. Your gaffer controls your fate.
Samboney
01/07/2009 13:40:00
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There was something funny about the poll asking if we would go down. Until very recently the majority of votes said we would stay up - yet over the past fortnight or so someone or some people have obviously launched a campaign to swing the vote around to this ludicrously high figure of 91% saying we will go down!! I CHALLENGE VITAL WOLVES TO LOOK INTO THE VOTING FIGURES AND FIND OUT HOW MANY VOTES CAME FROM NON- WOLVES MEMBERS...
astraltrader
01/07/2009 21:36:00
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It also looks like your poll on Kevin Doyle has gone the same way. I suggest you find out where the 90% Bad vote has suddenly come from. Your polls are very quickly losing any creditability!
astraltrader
01/07/2009 21:41:00
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I don't think any of us said the votes held any sense of creditability astraltrader! It's just for fun and if other fans find it so important to rig our vote what does it say about them!
Akela
02/07/2009 07:29:00
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Whilst I would agree with you akela I feel sure that you could work out which of these votes were spurious. Is`nt it possible to limit the voting to one per person?
astraltrader
05/07/2009 23:59:00
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