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Hull Man of the Match Poll vote

Well quite a surprising result for our Hull Man of the Match vote this time round. I would think Nicky Shorey wouldn't have put money on himself to win a vote like this given how his season has gone, but the wee leftback has achieved the Vital Villa honour for this match.

Shorey came in as a clear winner with a whopping 34% of the vote. He who is bigger than you and me came in second with 30%

The only other votes of note are Petrov at 9%, Friedel at 7% and Barry at 6%.

For our next poll we are being highly original.

Against Fulham, will Villa:

Win?
Lose?
Draw?
Marlon Harewood?




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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 7 2009

Time: 2:18PM

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Cool one for Shorey, after beng treated diabolically for most the season and the team suffering from the lack of a left and right back. Has been consistently good since he was allowed to return.
RiF
Cool one for Shorey, after beng treated diabolically for most the season and the team suffering from the lack of a left and right back. Has been consistently good since he was allowed to return.
RiF
I think it's fair to say our results and overall play have improved considerably since Shorey came back into the team and we had a left footer at left back.
AVFC4ME
I think it's fair to say our results and overall play have improved considerably since Shorey came back into the team and we had a left footer at left back.
AVFC4ME
AVFC4ME agree 100% mate, surely even when he was off form he was no worse at left back than Cuellar or NRC at rightback?
young_jonah
AVFC4ME agree 100% mate, surely even when he was off form he was no worse at left back than Cuellar or NRC at rightback?
young_jonah
 

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