Date: 9th June 2006 at 2:20pm
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Vital Villa asked if Lee Hendrie should be given a testimonial.

44% said no because players are paid enough without testimonials.

Over 50% said yes with 38% of them saying not only should he get one but that they would attend. 16% said he should but that they wouldn’t go.

Only 2% said not if he is sold.

 

9 Replies to “Lee Hendrie Should Get Testimonial”

  • I wonder what Lee will do with the proceeds if he gets his testimonial… Surely he doesn’t need the money?

  • Think he would do so much better if he said the money was for a charity, that would get fans interested then, not going to pay to get him another porsche!

  • For most players, a testimonial is a thank you for long service, so why shouldn’t they keep the money from it? If you don’t want to contribute, dont go !!

  • I think in years gone by that was the case but now days footballers are well minted and could easily show they have some credability by doing something positive like giving a large percentage of it to charity if not all of it.

  • A thank you???? These players are on £20k a week or more, how much bigger a thank you do they need?

  • There seems to be bad feeling developing between Lee and the club over this testimonial game. If he was promised one, which he obviously was, then Ellis/Stride should honour the commitment. Those who want to attend the game, do so, those who dont, stay aw

  • this saga ia embarrasing is not exactly the type of news you want when yiur trying to lure new plwyers to the villa.

  • A testimonial should only be used for exceptional circumstances,ie, a young player having his career cut short, or a one club only man. They pay alot to the PFA to look after their interests?

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