Spraying the Rays

The Alternative Radiographer

09 December 2006

Decison 06: the Votes So Far

Hello there readers!

Bowie: face oddity

A surprise frontrunner in the nailbiting Race for the Circle has emerged in the shape of former pop singer and mime artist DAVID BOWIE who currently leads the field with a total of 504 votes.

The rest of the voting is as follows:

2nd Kevin Keegan 454
3rd Sgt Bilko 303
4th Peter Taylor 301
5th Stray Photon 296
6th Iain Dowie 256
7th Jonothan Ross 48
8th Bill Shankly 17
9th Duncan Fletcher 6
10th Andy Robinson 5
11th Z Beeblebrock 3
12th G Glitter -1

Meanwhile, two late nominations have entered the field:

Saddam Hussein, former president of Iraq has thrown his hat into the ring. Whilst having shown himself capable of leading a large and chaotic organisation, his long term prospects of success at the KC Stadium are thrown into some doubt by his recent death sentence .

And Leroy Rosenior, still smarting from his recent dismissal at Brentford FC, is thought to be very interested in the post. Rumours that his departure from Griffin Park were due to a disagreement over the imminent signing of an unnamed striker from Barnsley remain unconfirmed. However, it is though that in the interests of making a long term appointment, the Hull board have inquired about the possibility of appointing Leroy Rojunior instead.

BREAKING NEWS: following an intervention by UN electoral observers investigating claims of inflated voting figures, STR can announce a slight revision to the above totals:

Hussein, Saddam: 1 vote
Rosenior, Leroy: 1 vote
Photon, Stray: 1 vote

Remember, YOU the reader have until midnight tomorrow make a difference! So click on that mouse and VOTE!

Tomorrow: more voting updates (if anyone has bothered, that is)


At 12:58 pm, December 10, 2006, Blogger Howesy said...

Stray, it seems a shame that with all this work you're putting in, it seems likely you'll end up some unknown charlie in charge. Personally, I'd prefer someone who is as mad as a badger. A sort of Ian Holloway with added football brain might be interesting.

At 7:45 pm, December 10, 2006, Blogger Istvanski said...

"A sort of Ian Holloway with added football brain might be interesting".

What, you mean like Gordon Strachan?

At 9:09 pm, December 10, 2006, Blogger Stray Photon said...

maybe just the brain would do? In a jar?

At 9:56 pm, December 10, 2006, Anonymous doctor hurfurrrrrurrrurr said...

not a bad idea


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