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Man Of The Match v West Ham - Runaway Result!

Wow, man of the match v West Ham at Villa Park was a close run thing.

What I love about Mike Field as well, who does the match day polls for me whilst I'm at the game, is that he has no bias at all.

Yeah, ok... so

80% voted for ALBRIGHTON

lol

The rest:

Friedel 5%
Milner 4%
Downing 3%
Clark 3%
L. Young 2%
Petrov 2%
A. Young 1%
Carew 0%
Reo-Coker 0%
Weimann 0%
Bannan 0%
Warnock 0%
Dunne 0%

Got to say, Albrighton was stunning on the day!




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 17 2010

Time: 8:00AM

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No doubt, and thoroughly deserved, how he got such a low percentage is beyond me.
steff_the_villan
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16/08/2010 20:35:00

How Downing won it on the day beats me.... Although Milner, Downing and Ashley all had great games! Anyone of those 4 on a different day, with the same performance could have won it!
villa_de
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16/08/2010 20:47:00

Apparently, Lionel Messi wanted Ashley for MOTM ;-)
villa_de
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16/08/2010 20:48:00

the 20% worry me WTF were they watching?
villan57
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16/08/2010 21:00:00

I'm with Mike it was a lot closer than the poll. My worry is for the 5% that thought Brad Friedel was MOTM They need to get out more!!!!
Reo-Coker is crap
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17/08/2010 08:19:00

Messi poked him on Facebook. That aside, Albrighton burst onto the scene on Saturday, many people not really knowing who he is, or having seen a great deal of him. The whole world knows now, and this lad is going to be a superstar!!! You just cant ignore a winger that can play like that, and only 20!!!!!!
Stig
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17/08/2010 08:27:00

Kev Mac gets my vote for making three subs and not a sign of Heskey as well as starting with Albrighton and Clark and letting Petrov play his natural game
AVbornandbred
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17/08/2010 08:57:00

Spot on he was immense.
P.Avfc
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17/08/2010 10:02:00

How Downing won it on the day beats me.... Sponsors want a named player to have photo taken with. I doubt anyone from the Sponsors has ever heard of Albrighton so Milner is on his way (dont want booing) Dowing England potentiol will do nicely. After Downing Young A & Carew would have been the next Big Names to get it.
col8
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