Circular Dichroic X-ray Photoemission Spectroscopy (CDXPS) experiments have been performed on the 2p core level spectra of polycrystalline Fe film which was magnetized by a low excitation field. The ability to perform the CDXPS experiments in a non remanent mode at a photon energy of 2100 eV opens new and interesting possibilities for the MCD technique in the study of surface and interface Magnetism. Our work on this polycrystalline iron gives some new insights into the understanding of the MCD Mechanism. First results show a similar angular variation for the measured asymmetry, as those observed on a Fe bcc (100) single crystal remanently magnetized in the  direction. Our results make clear that the parameters governing the behaviour of the asymmetry factor (A) are not completely described by the relative direction of the Magnetization (M) with the polarization vector of the incident beam (q) and the direction of detection of the photoelectrons (z). The specific outcoming of this work is to clearly show that this behaviour of A is not connected to the crystalline structure of the film for our geometries.