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Should the Warriors be evicted?

The voters on the last poll on Vital Wigan gave resounding thumbs up to having our jelly belly cousins Wigan Warriors turfed out of the JJB

We asked a plain and simple question

What the poll asked - 'Should Wigan Warriors be evicted from the JJB?`

How you voted - Yes definitely 78%, No - they have a right to be there to 12%, Don`t really care to be honest 10%

Current Poll - The current hot topic of football is the quota issue being mooted by Uefa and Fifa

Sepp Blatter is determined to bring in quotas of home nationals turning out each week in our teams, this was tried in the 1980`s and scrapped, personally I don`t think there is anything wrong with how things are at the moment, and before you all shout 'we didn`t qualify for the Euros`, that was down to a seriously bad manager and a team full of prima donnas, so let us know - 'What quota should there be on English players?`

The poll can be accessed on the right side of this page

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The Journalist

Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 31 2008

Time: 11:06AM

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We don't have the right to evict them as they have a 50 year tenant's agreement. They arE however looking at developing their training base at Orrell to play games which will attract a small attendence there so that means only four or five games at the JJB !!!!!!!!!
baskerville
They may have a 50 year lease but they need there own place with which they can identify and a ground more suitable to holding their numbers....Edge Hall Road is one sollution, St.Pats another
worbo
telephone box is third option
baskerville
if they can fit in one telephone box, we can fit in one and a quarter.
paul41
 

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