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Gooners Want Cole Out

Gooners Want Cole Out

Our latest poll reveals that more than half of Vital Arsenal readers want Ashley Cole to be sold.

With all the speculation regarding Ashley Cole's future, and the comments made by the player himself and his new book, I decided to take Vital Arsenal member, Kenyanrudeboy, up on his poll suggestion on whether Ashley Cole should stay or go.........but I added another option into the mix ;)

Well you have been voting in your zillions, and it's safe to say, Ashley Cole is no longer wanted at the club.

60% of you want him out, with 10% not giving one good crap.

See you the Ash, the fans have spoken.

Results in full:-

*Stay 30%
*Go 60%
*Could not give one good crap. 10%


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Rocky7
Date:Friday July 21 2006
Time: 2:42PM

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Comments

0
It's the age old question, if a player doesn't want to be at a club why keep him. Only money could be his motive for wanting a move, and although he's without doubt the best left back in England I don't think Arsenal are lacking when it comes to alternatives for that role, their other options that would get in most other Premiership sides. I also doubt they be lacking in offers to fill the void...
pompeyrug
21/07/2006 15:11:00
0
I don't know why everyone's so surprised that he may go. he was trying to go a year ago, and has obviously just been biding his time. Amazing what money can do eh??
cherry_brandy
21/07/2006 15:13:00
0
Who said they were suprised?!?!
Rocky7
21/07/2006 15:15:00
0
At the end of the day if he isn't going to give 100% when pulling on the shirt then whats the point of him staying. Ashley Arsenal have made you don't ruin it and the grass is definately not always greener!
DB10
21/07/2006 15:28:00
0
but with him our defence will be stronger but now it will go down alittle and we need to bolster our defence
abdleb
21/07/2006 15:58:00
0
IMO clichy is a better defender than cole, ok a bit injury prone, but he plays for the shirt. trust in le boss there is over a month to the season starts we just have to be patient
DB10
21/07/2006 16:01:00
0
He has brought this dislike from Gooners upon himself. Some might say Arsenal are at fault for what (reportedly) happened with contract negotiations but that does not excuse his behaviour. He claims to love the club. I dont know about the other Gooners on here but I could NEVER do somthing like that to Arsenal! I wouldnt demand £60k a week. Its an honour to play for the club you love, its not a job, a chor or a berdan. If he wishes to stab the club and the fans in the back then its about time he fu*ked off!
simmy8_2000
21/07/2006 16:02:00
0
This is nice to see i have been chosen to put my poll suggestion on the site.All i will say is thankyou for voting. This is for the other poll now we do need defenders as of most gooners have voted a defender to leave and our main centre back is injured for 3 months
kenyanrudeboy
21/07/2006 16:26:00
0
Next stop Stamford Bridge then?
merlin
21/07/2006 16:47:00
0
You can have the money grabbing little *****, he'll fit in nicely!!!
Rocky7
21/07/2006 16:50:00
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