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Cardiff Fans: 'Holloway An Eejit' !

Cardiff City were the visitors for Ian Holloway's first home game in charge of Leicester City.

The eccentric and sometimes controversial character left previous club Plymouth Argyle to take charge of the Foxes in a move he felt he couldn't turn down.


A recent poll on this Vital Cardiff City website asked for fans opinions on 'Ollie' before and after the 0-0 draw at The Walker's Stadium.


Never have we had such a clear cut poll...




Thoughts on Ian Holloway?

Strange but funny. 5%
Just plain weird. 0%
Wish he was our manager. 2%
Bit of a prat. 2%
Complete eejit. 90%
No opinion / Don't Care. 1%




It seems to me that Vital Cardiff may have had a few visitors from the South West with Plymouth Fans joining in, not so enamoured with the former boss 'selling out'. Ollie did a good job for PAFC, but always chose the 'love of the game' route, unfortunate when you leave for better money and prospects.


Having said that, his touchline antics on Boxing Day last season will not have endeared him to many Cardiff City fans. Anyway, the result of the poll was clear, HOLLAWAY IS AN EEJIT !






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Date:Wednesday November 28 2007

Time: 11:55AM

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