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Man Of The Match v Burnley

Vital Villa asked for your man of the match votes following the Burnley thrashing.

Ashley Young came out the winner with 42%

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Next up was Stewart Downing with 25%

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Followed by Gabby Agbonlahor with 7%

That left:

Heskey 5%
Collins 5%
Petrov 5%
Friedel 4%
Milner 3%
Sub: Sidwell 1%
Cuellar 1%
Dunne 1%
Warnock 1%
Sub: Carew 0%
Sub: Delfouneso 0%


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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 23 2010

Time: 11:36AM

Your Comments

Can't wait till next season - i know that's premature but I think our midfield is going to click even better next season!
koolbill
Can't wait till next season - i know that's premature but I think our midfield is going to click even better next season!
koolbill
wow. I really thought Downing was a dead sert for this!
FootyFans
wow. I really thought Downing was a dead sert for this!
FootyFans
agreed koolbill, good young mix in there, they can only get better I think. Same as you footyfans, thought Downing would walk it!
The Fear
agreed koolbill, good young mix in there, they can only get better I think. Same as you footyfans, thought Downing would walk it!
The Fear
I think that over the course of the past few games, Ashley has looked more like his old self again. The arrogance, the swagger is returning, not so much of the hunched shoulders and the complaining to referee's. He was my man of the match against Burnley, just shading it ahead of Stewart Downing, who despite criticism from some quarters, continues to impress me. I never really appreciated his qualities when he was at Middlesbrough, but now, watching him first hand, I can see why he is so highly rated by both club and international managers.
glensider
I think that over the course of the past few games, Ashley has looked more like his old self again. The arrogance, the swagger is returning, not so much of the hunched shoulders and the complaining to referee's. He was my man of the match against Burnley, just shading it ahead of Stewart Downing, who despite criticism from some quarters, continues to impress me. I never really appreciated his qualities when he was at Middlesbrough, but now, watching him first hand, I can see why he is so highly rated by both club and international managers.
glensider
Cannot believe that someone voted for Sidwell - he always seems to be a non entity when on the field - may as well play with 10.
ZA-Villan
Cannot believe that someone voted for Sidwell - he always seems to be a non entity when on the field - may as well play with 10.
ZA-Villan
I think Ash has had a word with himself and got his head down. He is approaching his form of early last season and his workrate is up there with James Milner!!
Charizma
 

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