Date:Sunday July 1 2007
The results of the last Vital Leeds poll, a bit like a tin pot African state`s presidential election has finally reached announcement time! Last time around, we asked you where you thought the new look Leeds United would finish up in their first ever League One season.
The clear winner proves that Vital Leeds United are an optimistic bunch, with 47% voting for "League Champions." All I can suggest is that Leeds United perhaps invest in the playing squad enough to match their supporters expectations!
A somewhat less optimistic 21% believe that Leeds will wind up within the mid-table masses, though far more happier than the 15% of Leeds fans, and no doubt Manchester United supporters that actually believe that the club could actually slide into League Two!
The "also-rans" include automatic promotion (9%), Playoff winners coming in at 3% alongside "relegation survivors."
A sorry last was the 2% that believe Leeds will reach the playoff`s however will not find themselves in the Championship next season.
The latest poll asks you for your opinions on Leeds United`s entry into the PFA Hall of Fame. Just have a look to the right side of this page for all of the options!
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Date:Sunday July 1 2007
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