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James Collins - YOUR Man of the Match

James Collins - YOUR Man of the Match

James Collins won this week`s Vital Man of the Match award with a fantastic 39% of the votes following his performance against Everton.

Second place was Stephen Warnock who went close to opening the scoring in the first half, 14%.

Third was Big John Carew, who hammered home to bag us an equaliser, but didn`t do much else to be fair, 11%

Personally I thought Petrov was brilliant, and I am not his biggest fan, he only got 5% of your votes though.

Other results were as follows:-

Cuellar - 8%
Friedel - 6%
Heskey - 4%
Milner - 3%
Anybody Else - ? - 3%
Agbonlahor - 2%
Sidwell, Young and Reo-Coker - 1% each

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Writer:Dan Jones
Date:Monday November 2 2009
Time: 2:51PM

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think that is about right, very difficult as the game (both sides) was very average stuff really. But Collins did do a few very important tackles and one interception in the first half that would have been a nailed on goal if he'd not got there.
The Fear
02/11/2009 17:07:00
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think that is about right, very difficult as the game (both sides) was very average stuff really. But Collins did do a few very important tackles and one interception in the first half that would have been a nailed on goal if he'd not got there.
The Fear
02/11/2009 17:07:00
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How can anyone not be a Petrov fan, he is the heartbeat of our team,I fear we may all realise this if his injury keeps him on the sidelines for long
Longman
03/11/2009 00:17:00
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How can anyone not be a Petrov fan, he is the heartbeat of our team,I fear we may all realise this if his injury keeps him on the sidelines for long
Longman
03/11/2009 00:17:00
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Thankfully Longman, we all have differing opinions, otherwise it would be boring, Petrov has been consistently performing well, but I do wish he would go for it a bit more, time and again he is in a position to have a pop at goal or pass forward, but he takes the safe option of a sideways or back pass, it's frustrating when we know he can do it.
steff_the_villan
03/11/2009 18:56:00
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Thankfully Longman, we all have differing opinions, otherwise it would be boring, Petrov has been consistently performing well, but I do wish he would go for it a bit more, time and again he is in a position to have a pop at goal or pass forward, but he takes the safe option of a sideways or back pass, it's frustrating when we know he can do it.
steff_the_villan
03/11/2009 18:56:00
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