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Man Of The Match v Manchester City

Vital Villa asked for your man of the match v Manchester City.

No great shock the winner if truth be told, none other than former City Captain Richard Dunne with 55%.

I'd say the difference between him and James Collins was the goal, as defensively you couldn't seperate the pair and I thought Collins was immense. What a great buy Mr O'Neill!

Other results:

Friedel 6%
Agbonlahor 6%
Petrov 3%
Warnock 2%
Milner 1%
Sidwell 1%
Young 1%
Carew 1%
Heskey 1%
Reo-Coker 1%
Cuellar 1%




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 8 2009

Time: 1:07PM

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I don't think that you should do 'MotM votes on this site. Football is a team game and even if some players play better than others its how the eleven men on the pitch play together that brings victory or defeat.
chocolate teapot
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08/10/2009 20:39:00

I don't think that you should do 'MotM votes on this site. Football is a team game and even if some players play better than others its how the eleven men on the pitch play together that brings victory or defeat.
chocolate teapot
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08/10/2009 20:39:00

Hats off to Dunney, he certainly raised his game against us. Don't think he'll have as much to prove against other teams though. Out of admiration for his 9 years' loyal service I hope he does well for you, but I still can't forget how in decline he looked at City over the last 18 months.
fifthcolumnblue
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08/10/2009 21:07:00

Hats off to Dunney, he certainly raised his game against us. Don't think he'll have as much to prove against other teams though. Out of admiration for his 9 years' loyal service I hope he does well for you, but I still can't forget how in decline he looked at City over the last 18 months.
fifthcolumnblue
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08/10/2009 21:07:00

I think the other player that deserves a proper mention is Warnock, that boy is hard as nails and i think Bouma will have a fair fight on his hand to get back in the side. Although, i think Warnock can play a few positions and looks like he would make a good centre mid with the attributes he has. Hats off to Dunney and Collins, they have been brilliant since they arrived and have made the whole team seem a lot stronger.
liamo1981
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08/10/2009 22:04:00

I think the other player that deserves a proper mention is Warnock, that boy is hard as nails and i think Bouma will have a fair fight on his hand to get back in the side. Although, i think Warnock can play a few positions and looks like he would make a good centre mid with the attributes he has. Hats off to Dunney and Collins, they have been brilliant since they arrived and have made the whole team seem a lot stronger.
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08/10/2009 22:04:00

 

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