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And the winner is...

You fans have spoken in Vital Newcastle's latest managerial poll. The surprise winner was the current Sevilla coach Juande Ramos (or as we call him, the Spanish gadgy from Sevilla). In second place was hot favourite Sam Allardyce, whilst Rod Hull and Emu raked in an impressive 17%. I'm sure they would do a better job than Terry McDermott anyway. Creeping in elsewhere were Eriksson (4%) and Shearer (7%). Fellow Geordies Steve Bruce and Freddy Shepherd didn't fare so well, accounting for just 1% of the vote each.

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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 10 2007

Time: 9:26AM

Your Comments

who voted for Steve Bruce ffs? What has he ever done?
MagpieMad
MagpieMad... he managed a team to a 5-1 win at St James Park this year... anyone else done that??? :o)
lil_blues_fan
I was being ironic!
MagpieMad
reminds me of the 'what did the romans ever do for us' in monty python!
MagpieMad
Big Sam. No more to say. Oh and the romans gave us irrigation!
Shearer#1
Irrigation? Prefer the orgies and chariot racing myself.
Roy4Triggs
I voted for Steve Bruce. He's propa rayker.
SirLes
les you charva - rayker - are you from Crammy?
BaldEagle
Says a lot about big sam, but you toon nutters are just muppets.
will it ever happen
 

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