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Villa's Man Of The Match v Stoke

Vital Villa asked, in a poll suggested by Fieldy aka: We Worked Hard To Avoid The Win (He gets worse every game you know?!?!) for your Stoke man of the match:

James Collins came in first with 38% of the vote.

Collins

A surprise (?) second place was Stiliyan Petrov with 13%

The rest, odd to see Dunne so low?

Downing 8%
A. Young 7%
Dunne 6%
Milner 6%
Warnock 6%
Friedel 5%
Carew 4%
Heskey 3%
Sub: Agbonlahor 2%
Cuellar 2%

We also asked before that for the win/lose/draw predictions. Sadly 52% were wrong having opted for a win. 28% were spot on with draw and 19% said loss.

PETROV running




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 15 2010

Time: 12:33PM

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collins or dunne for me.
The Fear
collins or dunne for me.
The Fear
James Collins had a very decent game, he looked in control throughout. I like the Dunne/Collins central defensive partnership, I think they complement each other well. Lets be honest, there weren't too many individuals sporting the claret and blue who did too much to enhance their reputations, in what was always going to be a very difficult game, in a hostile environment, and in poor conditions. I still dont think that the point gained was a poor result. Admittedly the performance probably left a lot to be desired, but we'll only know whether it was points lost, or a valuable point secured, come seasons end.
glensider
James Collins had a very decent game, he looked in control throughout. I like the Dunne/Collins central defensive partnership, I think they complement each other well. Lets be honest, there weren't too many individuals sporting the claret and blue who did too much to enhance their reputations, in what was always going to be a very difficult game, in a hostile environment, and in poor conditions. I still dont think that the point gained was a poor result. Admittedly the performance probably left a lot to be desired, but we'll only know whether it was points lost, or a valuable point secured, come seasons end.
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