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Villa's Man Of Match v WBA

Villa's Man Of Match v WBA

The Vital Villa man of the match votes are in for the Baggies derby game win.

No real surprise that Stiliyan Petrov once again won, this time with a not too shoddy 48% of the votes.

Luke Young, who could just have easily won given his performance was second with 14%.

That left:

Milner (10%)
A. Young (6%)
Friedel (6%)
Davies (6%)
Reo-Coker (3%)
Barry (3%)
Sidwell (2%)
Agbonlahor (2%)
Laursen (0%) (not often you see that?!!)

We also asked for the pre-game prediction with 76% saying win, 13% a draw and the rest a loss.

Our latest poll, suggested by Gareth3 asks, from 4th, what is the minimum position Villa must now finish for it to be considered a successful season?

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday January 13 2009
Time: 5:16PM

Comments

0
He is a top quality player.
lerneravfc
13/01/2009 17:30:00
0
Controversial I know, but I reckon Luke Young was MON's buy of the summer. He's been absolutely boss since day 1.
Mancuni-villa
13/01/2009 17:35:00
0
Carson for me! I can't see how you could vote for anyone else.
attila11101
13/01/2009 17:50:00
0
Petrov was outstanding yet again. It is no coincidence that our worst week of the season (losing to Boro & the Barcodes) coincided with his injury. Luke Young has also often been close to MOTM many times this season. For all the (deserved) praise heaped on Ashley Young and Agbonlahor, Petrov and Luke Young are also vital cogs in the Villa wheel.
Sheriff Kimbo
13/01/2009 17:57:00
0
Stan is the man! How many MoM's has he won now, surely the most?
splatt
13/01/2009 18:49:00
0
Luke Young has been amazong too.... I bet he can't wait to get back to RB though, surely Don Fabio will give him a call up if he does!?
splatt
13/01/2009 18:50:00
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R.E new poll - Have voted for 5th as this would be an improvement on last season and therefore IMO a successful season. I know I will be gutted if we don't get 4th or better although once the dust has settled if we do finish 5th I will probably be fairly contented. But lets not think that way ay?!
Adam Deuce
13/01/2009 19:32:00
0
Stan has come along way, not so long ago people were doubting him, maybe we should give all our new players enough time to settle then we may see the best of them. (Shorey for example)
johnmurphy3112
13/01/2009 20:42:00
0
I'm very pleased for Petrov. He has shrugged off the flak and become a valued team member at long last.
SuperTommyJohnson
13/01/2009 21:17:00
0
Cant wait to see Bouma back in the LB, and Luke in his proper RB! We will be great at the back then.
xfranc
14/01/2009 11:22:00
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