Date: 17th November 2007 at 12:36am
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Benjani will be the top scorer for Pompey when the transfer window comes round! Not my vote, yours – although these findings from tozopompey’s poll are thoughts I completely agree with.

It was a landslide – but in all honesty no one else is really going to be able to challenge Benjani in the goalscoring department between now and January are they? – I do not fell so anyway as I am certain that he will keep scoring even if others are as well.

I have had complete faith that with the right players alongside and around him he would eventually score the goals and now he is. We have always backed him but every time he finds the back of the net now we enjoy it even more don’t we – it sticks two big fingers up at those that scoffed at him before.

If we do eventually revert to two up front – as I feel we will more often than not at home from now on – if this partner can be scoring regularly, which will aid Benjani too, god only knows how many goals he could end up with this season! 15 is his aim for the season, with 8 so far given another real purple patch he could be closing in on this by Christmas…

Benjani to end the season as the leagues top goalscorer? How crazy people would have thought you were – even the most ardent of Pompey fans – just several months ago if you had suggested this, but I would not bet against it, in actual fact I have not as I have recently put my money where my mouth is on this very theory!

What the poll asked – Who will be the clubs highest goal scorer before the January transfer window?

How you voted – Benjani 80%, Kanu 9%, Nugent 6%, Kranjcar 4%, Utaka 1%

Current Poll – We recently voted in favour of England not being able to qualify – even though the vast majority of us would clearly want this – and as a result Spineless Steve should go, but we have doubts as to whether he actually would…

Most peoples comments towards Spineless Steve would suggest that he should go, but to clarify things we have a nice simple poll, should he stay or should he go – this is what The Rabbi wants to know with this – ‘In the words of The Clash, should Steve McClaren stay or should he go?’ Let the poll do the talking before we do when it finishes.

PLAY UP POMPEY!

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