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Fans predict play offs

Fans predict play offs

We have been asking you for the last two weeks how succesful this first season under Brendan Rodgers will be and the results are in!!

The largest majority of you think that we will be just as succesful as last season and make the play offs, although not many thought we would get promoted.

More than twice the amount of you thought we would get relegated than those who thought we would be Champions.

The full results are below, don't forget to vote on the new poll 'which youngster do you expect to make the biggest impression this season?'

'How well do you expect us to do in the 2009/2010 season?' - RESULTS

Champions 10%

Promoted 17%

Play offs 31%

Mid table 19%

Relegated 23%

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Writer:Steve Guscott
Date:Sunday July 19 2009
Time: 11:19AM

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