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James Milner Walks Man Of The Match Vote

James Milner Walks Man Of The Match Vote

Vital Villa asked for your man of the match v Wigan and no surprises who won!

Step forward James Milner with 70%

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Milner running

The rest were quite evenly spead:

Friedel 8%
COLLINS 4%
WARNOCK 4%
A. Young 3%
Carew 3%
Sub: Heskey 2%
Cuellar 1%
Dunne 1%
Agbonlahor 1%
Sub: Sidwell 1%
Downing 1%
Petrov 1%

Milner Flying

our lord james milner carling

And the massive majority got the win/lose/draw prediction correct as well, 95% said 'must win, will win' with 4% draw and 1% lose.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday March 18 2010
Time: 9:24AM

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Brilliant player! We need a striker with his type of caractor. Young, hungrey, hard working, uncomplicated in the dressing room.... but as a clinical finisher, like a modern day Brian Little or Andy Grey! Robbie Keane is everything other than that!
villa_de
18/03/2010 13:22:00
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he is a great player isn't he? And he is just going to keep getting better. I think I'm in love! lol
The Fear
18/03/2010 15:17:00
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No surprises there I dont think, James was the very heartbeat of the performance from first minute to last, inspirational to those around him, and without a doubt, one of the very best all-action ninety minute performances from one of our claret and blue hero's to date this season. What a signing he has turned out to be, but he suggested enough during his season here on loan that he was a player that we really needed to bring to Brummagem B6 on a permanent basis. Thought there were other good performances on the night too, from Ashley Young, James Collins, and Stephen Warnock. Good to get back to winning ways on the road, we now need to improve on our home form, and start turning the all too many draws into wins.
glensider
18/03/2010 22:02:00
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No surprises there I dont think, James was the very heartbeat of the performance from first minute to last, inspirational to those around him, and without a doubt, one of the very best all-action ninety minute performances from one of our claret and blue hero's to date this season. What a signing he has turned out to be, but he suggested enough during his season here on loan that he was a player that we really needed to bring to Brummagem B6 on a permanent basis. Thought there were other good performances on the night too, from Ashley Young, James Collins, and Stephen Warnock. Good to get back to winning ways on the road, we now need to improve on our home form, and start turning the all too many draws into wins.
glensider
18/03/2010 22:02:00
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