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Man of Match v Blackburn (FA Cup)

Vital Villa asked for your Blackburn MotM for the FA Cup win.

Nigel Reo-Coker again won, this time with 34%.

NRC goal celeb

Fabian Delph, our summer buy from Leeds United, was second for his first half performance (despite being ill) with 29%

Ashley Young, who set up both goals with excellent crosses was next with 12% and Brad Guzan for the excellent penalty save next with 9%.

The rest:

Delfouneso 5%
Cuellar 3%
Sub: Carew 2%
Warnock 1%
Downing 1%
Beye 1%
Collins 1%
Heskey 1%
Sub: Sidwell 1%

We asked before the game for your win, lose, draw predictions: 62% were right with a win, 27% said a draw and replay with the rest predicting a loss.

Ok, we are going to get bored of these, but we are back to win, lose, draw predictions v Blackburn Rovers, this time away in the 1st leg of the Carling Cup!

Forum thread for the game: Click Here

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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 4 2010

Time: 4:27PM

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Even after giving away a Pen?
leelindsay
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04/01/2010 17:06:00

Even after giving away a Pen?
leelindsay
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04/01/2010 17:06:00

I couldn't see the Fa Cup game but if Reo-Coker was man of match again surely Martin can't sell him and must give him more starts .
Doug4ever
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04/01/2010 22:10:00

I couldn't see the Fa Cup game but if Reo-Coker was man of match again surely Martin can't sell him and must give him more starts .
Doug4ever
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04/01/2010 22:10:00

You're right Doug4ever. He's just getting on with it and letting his performances do the talking. Hope to god he stays.
JayVFC
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05/01/2010 00:28:00

You're right Doug4ever. He's just getting on with it and letting his performances do the talking. Hope to god he stays.
JayVFC
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05/01/2010 00:28:00

Thoroughly deserved MoTM though.
JayVFC
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05/01/2010 05:59:00

Thoroughly deserved MoTM though.
JayVFC
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05/01/2010 05:59:00

 

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