Date: 3rd September 2010 at 10:24am
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‘Milan Mandaric would be the owner that I would prefer at Pompey next’, not my vote, yours – although these findings from Midge’s poll are thoughts that I do not agree with to be honest…

Yep, Milan saved us previously and yep Milan gave us virtually everything that he said he wanted to – and promised he would – although his tenure did come at a cost too and started, although to be fair I would say ‘continued’ the slide, lets face it Pompey has been rotten to the core for decades!

In all honesty I do not want to go through my thoughts over again, I had already expressed them when ‘news’ of a possible first surfaced, but I guess in a fairly small nutshell – as much as Milan IS a football man – his pockets are not deep enough to help, and we cannot afford to let him put literally everything on credit and/or not pay bills, and this is something that he does do and the non-payment of various bills was happening even in his day.

Also, as much as some disagree, problems did begin under him as well, both on and off the field and again, as much as some disagree, he must have had some idea who he was selling to when he did and what the background of these people – the Gaydamak’s – was…

As the saying goes, sometimes its better the devil you know, either way I think it is pretty clear its irrelevant as Balram Chainrai is almost certain to regain control in a couple of weeks himself anyway soon enough, and ‘perhaps’ it is time to give him this chance?

  • What the poll asked – We are limited on options so none of this Chainrai Out Crap. BUT!!! Who would your preferred choice?

  • How you voted – Milan Mandaric? 57%
    Chainrai? 25%
    Milan and Lever Consortium? 7%
    Stay under AA till a Rich Arab arrives lol? 4%
    Lever? 4%
    Milan, Chainrai and Lever Consortium? 2%
    Rob Lloyd? 1%

    Before we move on what are your thoughts on what the last poll concluded? You know what to do, thoughts below please guys…

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