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Cider First, O'Driscoll Second?

Cider First, O'Driscoll Second?

For our last site poll we asked our readers for views on new manager Sean O'Driscoll.

The poll results seem to show that the boss doesn't exactly set your world alight with 27 per cent of users stamping their feet about his appointment and 54 per cent caring more about their favourite tipple.

Fair reflection on things, or have those pesky Rovers fans been up to mischief?

We asked,

What are you going to do now O'Driscoll has been appointed?

Smile 19%
Stamp My Feet and Moan 27%
Carry on Drinking Cider 54%


New poll is online now.



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

Writer:Andy999
Date:Monday February 4 2013
Time: 2:31PM

Comments

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To be fair it may not have been rovers fans as there isn't enough of them to make a difference to a vote even if they all went on it
Runway
04/02/2013 14:36:00
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Cider comes before my wife in all honesty
Billy The Fish
04/02/2013 14:43:00
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I always come before my wife apparently
Glassback
04/02/2013 14:52:00
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You cant get a true feeling of fans on these network sites, too many away fans
Mrs O'Driscoll
05/02/2013 18:40:00
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