RESULTS: Find out who you voted for as the next Hatters boss

Hatters fans were undecided on who they want as their next manager after an online poll run by the News/Gazette, writes Mike Simmonds.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 22nd February 2013, 6:39 am

With Paul Buckle leaving the club on Tuesday afternoon, supporters voted in their numbers with over 800 taking part.

Out of the candidates named, former Stevenage boss Graham Westley, recently sacked by Preston North End, emerged as the marginal favourite with 19.6% of the vote.

He was just ahead of current Northern Ireland U21 manager Steve Robisnon who had 18.85% with former Town striker and now pundit Iain Dowie third on 14.73%.

Current assistant Alan Neilson received a mere 3.75%, but Town’s fans were on the whole undecided as out of the eight names available, the highest number of votes went for someone else, earning 23.97%.

Full results: Someone else 23.97%; Graham Westley 19.6%; Steve Robinson 18.85%; Iain Dowie 13.73%; Gary Waddock 7.12%; Micky Mellon 7.12%; Terry Brown 4.62%; Alan Neilson 3.75%; Andy Scott 1.25%.

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