So that's the poll done and dusted.
81% of you felt that Chris Grant made the right decision based on our current knowledge of the John Morris situation. That's an overwhelming vote of support for the chairman and is obviously based on the facts as we know them at present.
If you have followed this blog from its beginnings, you will know that I was and am an admirer of John Morris and what he did for the club. I will maintain to anyone that the squad he has left behind is considerably stronger, bar for one or two individuals who are missed, than the one he inherited. Anyone in any walk of life can only aspire to do their job to that standard.
No, we don't know all the facts. We may never do, if Morris and Andrew Brown accept that whatever happened was justified, or we will do should any legal case ensue. Only time is going to answer that one, but the club and we as fans now need to put it behind them and move on. There's a lot of important cricket to play in the coming weeks and the players and club need to be 100% focused on it.
I will be running no further polls on the situation unless there is a genuine reason to do so and I can't envisage what that might be. Nor will I be writing about it, as there's nothing more to comment on at this stage.
So please don't keep covering old ground in your comments. You may not like what has happened and that's your prerogative, but nothing will bring John Morris and Andrew Brown back. Time to focus on the cricket.
Which is this week's poll. How do you expect the T20 campaign to go this year?
In closing, I'm delighted to see Peter Gadsby involved at the County Ground and offering the players incentives for a successful campaign. The more financial muscle and business acumen we get involved at the club the better and Mr Gadsby has been a major backer of Derby County over the years.
The current regime at the football club leaves him little room for manoeuvre, but I'm delighted to see him involved at the cricket club and it can only be of long-term benefit to all concerned.
For now - have a good weekend!