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Man Of The Match Poll Results

Summary of the man of the match votes for Manchester City and Chelsea games:

Villa man of the match v Man City
Poll date: 22 Dec 2007

John Carew (72%)
Nigel Hokey-Cokey (14%)
Martin Laursen (4%)
Scott Carson (4%)
Gareth Barry (2%)
Ashley Young (1%)
Zat Knight (1%)
Wilfred Bouma (1%)
Shaun Maloney (1%)
Gabby Agbonlahor (0%)
Olof Mellberg (0%)

Villa man of the match v Chelsea (away)
Poll date: 26 Dec 2007

Shaun Maloney (50%)
Gareth Barry (9%)
Gabby Agbonlahor (9%)
Martin Laursen (8%)
Ashley Young (6%)
Nigel Hokey-Cokey (5%)
John Carew (4%)
Scott Carson (4%)
Wilfred Bouma (3%)
Olof Mellberg (1%)
Zat Knight (1%)

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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 28 2007

Time: 2:29PM

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I do'nt think anyone would argue with Carew for the Man City game but as i have said in a previous post i think ALL of the 10 players in the second half should have been man of the match after the heroics of the Chelski game and not Maloney who played 45mins....
imavillan
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28/12/2007 14:47:00

totally agree! Carew was incredible and we will really be glad if he stays fit
spit-fire
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28/12/2007 15:27:00

John Carew against Citeh definitely, an outstanding individual performance. Against Chelsea? Every single one of them. They were all heroes.
glensider
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28/12/2007 16:10:00

good game you guys played against us i am counting on you guys to get points off other top teams.
kaybee
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28/12/2007 22:51:00

I recent games it has surely been a case of praising collective team performances, rather than pick out an individual for particular praise? They are all doing their jobs, giving their all for the cause.
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