Date: 17th September 2006 at 9:10am
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Vital Blackburn’s most recent Poll asked you “Will Salzburg Act As A “Catalyst” On Rovers’ Season” You voted overwhelmingly in favour that in one shape or form that it will.

In one way or anther a combined 72% felt that that 2-2 draw with Salzburg in Austria on Thursday night will indeed act as the catalyst needed to kick start Rovers’ season into action. 48% of this amount felt that the goals and the result were needed to boost the season, whilst the other 24% of this amount felt that as a result they will now beat Manchester City at Ewood Park Today.

The combined 28% that remained felt that nothing would change, so basically a tough season still awaits Mark Hughes’ men. 4% of this amount felt the result will make no difference, with 8% of the opinion that the late Salzburg equaliser could have a negative effect, maybe leaving Rovers demoralised, with the final 16% thinking plain and simply Rovers` season will not be kick started by this result.

So in summary
Yes, goals and result were needed – 48%
They`ll now beat City on Sunday – 24%
Will make no difference – 4%
Maybe late Salzburg goal will be another blow – 8%
No (full stop!) – 16%


Now, with penalties being the source of much interest surrounding Ewood Park recently the current poll had to ask “After Lucas Neill’s Missed Penalty Who Do You Feel Should Step Up?” This poll would again be inspired by Vital Blackburn member roversman with his article last week looking to act as an hors d’oeuvre to this.

As for what you think, cast your vote and why not have your say on the latest polls findings…

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