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Villa Man Of The Match v Fulham

Villa Man Of The Match v Fulham

Vital Villa asked in our last poll for your man of the match v Fulham in our great 2-0 win at Craven Cottage.

Sorry there hasn't been another poll since, been one of those weeks!

Gabby Agbonlahor, you'll not be surprised to hear, was the winner with 49% of the votes.

Gabby fists clenched

Richard Dunne came next with 19%

Dunne

That left:

Friedel 11%
Petrov 6%
Cuellar 3%
Milner 3%
A. Young 2%
Heskey 2%
L. Young 2%
Downing 2%
Collins 1%

We also asked the usual win/lose/draw and 72% were right with their win forecast despite our poor recent record at Craven Cottage. Other votes were: Lose 14% and Draw 14%


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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday February 4 2010
Time: 1:16PM

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Presumably, and indeed understandably, Gabby received the bulk of the vote because of his match winning brace, but realistically there were better individual performances on the day that failed to gather the accolades their efforts deserved. First and foremost it was a superb team efforts, with arguably Richard Dunne and/or James Collins being the actual star performer(s), while Stilyan Petrov and Ashley Young enjoyed performances well worthy of mention. Still, hats off to Gabby, after all, without his strikes, possibly the points would have been shared, as opposed to us returning home after a pleasing and well deserved victory.
glensider
04/02/2010 19:50:00
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Presumably, and indeed understandably, Gabby received the bulk of the vote because of his match winning brace, but realistically there were better individual performances on the day that failed to gather the accolades their efforts deserved. First and foremost it was a superb team efforts, with arguably Richard Dunne and/or James Collins being the actual star performer(s), while Stilyan Petrov and Ashley Young enjoyed performances well worthy of mention. Still, hats off to Gabby, after all, without his strikes, possibly the points would have been shared, as opposed to us returning home after a pleasing and well deserved victory.
glensider
04/02/2010 19:50:00
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After a shaky start to the season Ashley is starting to show the form of last season, I hope he starts to get of few MOM awards soon and his knockers get behind him.
claretandbluearmy
04/02/2010 20:46:00
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After a shaky start to the season Ashley is starting to show the form of last season, I hope he starts to get of few MOM awards soon and his knockers get behind him.
claretandbluearmy
04/02/2010 20:46:00
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I never realise Ash had knockers?
col8
05/02/2010 05:11:00
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I never realise Ash had knockers?
col8
05/02/2010 05:11:00
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