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Spurs v Villa Man Of Match Vote

Vital Villa asked for your vote for Villa v Spurs player of the match.

Martin Laursen, with 50%, once again won the crown. Seems strange for a defender to win motm when four goals were conceded but he did score a brace as well!

25% voted: 'After giving away 3 points, I've no idea!'

That left:

Agbonlahor (6%)
Carson (6%)
Gardner (3%)
Young (3%)
Moore (1%)
Hokey Cokey (1%)
Barry (1%)
Mellberg (1%)
Knight (1%)
Bouma (1%)
None of them stood out (1%)

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday October 3 2007
Time: 3:42PM

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Player of Sept = Barry for me.
The Fear
03/10/2007 15:47:00
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At least Harewoods not in this poll to spoinl the result:: Martin Laursen IMHO has been the player we always wanted him to be.
col8
03/10/2007 15:52:00
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Got to be Gabby as MOM at WHL, he was outstanding. Cant quite understand the huge Martin Laursen vote. Scored a brace yes, but overall thought he played well below his usual standard. Player of the month for September? Have to go with Martin for this one.
glensider
03/10/2007 16:07:00
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Our Fat Goalie Paul Robinson was your Man of the Match, he couldnt have gift wrapped those goals for you any better!
Gavaldinho
03/10/2007 16:24:00
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I'd have to go with Paul Robinson for our man of the match as well. He gave us the lead, and two bits of class from Gabby and Gardner made it comfortable. Martin Laursen looked good, but to concede four goals, he couldn't have been good enough. Player of September on the other hand HAS to go to Martin Laursen, he's been instrumental in all of our home wins. Just sheer class.
AstonMartinOneill
03/10/2007 16:33:00
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"25% voted: 'After giving away 3 points, I've no idea!'" - Uh? We gave 2 points away, dear sir! I don't know whether anyone noticed, but a B'ham Post column on the match referred to O'Neill being downcast at the *defeat*!
the_lergy
03/10/2007 16:42:00
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"4-1 and you fecked it up"!! LOL Muppets!
its quiet at the lib
03/10/2007 16:49:00
0
Robbo was definately your man of the match! Lol!
shelf16
03/10/2007 16:51:00
0
All the Spuds fans on here telling us our best player was their goalkeeper seems to indicate that they don't think much of their manager. After all, Jol has had plenty of money to spend and manages a 'big club' (allegedly), so why didn't he sign a decent keeper?
BobTheBuilder
03/10/2007 21:51:00
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For all the money they've spent, and the supposed talent they've brought in, Tottenham are a very poor side. Big names does not automatically mean that you've got yourselves a good team, as was evident on Monday evening, and has indeed been evident all season.
glensider
03/10/2007 23:02:00
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