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Hull Man of the Match Poll vote

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
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
07/05/2009 22:19:00
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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
07/05/2009 22:19:00
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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
08/05/2009 01:29:00
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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
08/05/2009 01:29:00
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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
08/05/2009 15:05:00
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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
08/05/2009 15:05:00
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