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Man Of The Match v Spurs

Vital Villa asked for your man of the match votes for Villa v Spurs. Painful I know but hey ho!

Again, no real surprises here, Stiliyan Petrov came first with 31%



closely followed by the freshly returned from injury Nigel Hokey-Cokey who played very much like the Hokey Cokey - in - out but I'm not sure if he shaked it all about ... actually, I'm not sure I want to be thinking about such things.



Gareth Barry was next up with 9% and the fact John Carew, on for only a short while really came 4th with 8% says a lot I guess. Not totally sure what, but alot nontheless!



The rest of the results:

Friedel (7%)
A.Young (6%)
Agbonlahor (6%)
L.Young (2%)
Cuellar (1%)
Milner (1%)
Heskey (0%)
Knight (0%)




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 18 2009

Time: 11:27AM

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Petrov has been our best player all season along with Luke Young. It's everyone got behind the players and manager again and finish what we started instead of imploding...
Hitman
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18/03/2009 11:49:00

Petrov has been our best player all season along with Luke Young. It's *time* everyone got behind the players and manager again and finish what we started instead of imploding...
Hitman
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18/03/2009 11:49:00

100% agree with you Hitman. This moaning, groaning, jeering and sneering is doing nobody any favours at all. As for the Man of the Match versus Tottenham Hotspur, I'd personally opt for Big John Carew. He made more of an impact in his short time out on the pitch, than the others did in their 90 plus minutes of inactivity.
glensider
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10/04/2009 02:03:00

Again agree, when it comes down to picking our player of the season, we can look no further than either Luke Young or Stilyan Petrov. Both have turned in consistently high standard showings, no matter how the team has performed on the day.
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10/04/2009 02:06:00

 

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