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Villa's Man Of The Match v Spurs

Vital Villa asked for your Spurs man of the match:

Haven't had this player as a winner for a while!

Step forward Mr Nigel Hokey-Cokey with 44% of the vote.

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Next up new fans favourite (!?!?!) Emile Heskey with 15%

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That left:

Downing 12%
Friedel 11%
Dunne 8%
A. Young 3%
Petrov 1%
Albrighton 1%
Collins 1%
Warnock 1%
L. Young 1%
Sub: Carew 1%
Sub: Ireland 1%
Sub: Bannan 0%

Our win lose draw... Villa v Spurs (away) will:

Win 49% wrong! :(
Lose 26% correct :(
Draw 25%




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 5 2010

Time: 11:22AM

Your Comments

fair enough I'd say. Thought Albrighton was bright as well, no pun intended.
The Fear
how has downing been playing of late?
black_villian
Pancho Villan - I completely agree!
Valiant Villan™
a vastly underated player in my opinion. so much of his work never gets appreciated add that to the fact he has spent much of his time in and out of the side or played out of his best position. Perhaps Under Houllier he will get a decent run and gget the credit he deserves.
oxfordspur
Apperaed to have been treated a little unfairly (granted not privvy to what actually went on)under the previous regime...how he could not have partnered Milner more and allowed a struggling Petrov a break here and ther is beyond me. Has returned to some kind of consistant form this season.. long may it continue.... if the rumour Blitz refers to about him going in January materialises, makes you wonder why he didn't move in the Summer...mind you I think his contract is up in the summer isn't it , so we will get either very little, in January or nothing in August for him
fatloser
I thought that Nigel Reo-Coker had an outstanding afternoon, and certainly his performance didn't deserve him being a member of a beaten side. I think he covered every blade of grass, competed for every ball, and looked every inch the player many believed he would develop into when he was playing the England under 21 team. I have at times in the past been extremely critical of NRC, questioned his ability and capabilities, but on Saturday afternoon in a wet and miserable north London, he really looked the part. Played with a smile on his cute and cuddly face too. I even commented in a thread on the excellent 100% Villa forum that he arrived at the stadium with a smile on his face, we haven't seen that all too often during his Villa Park days. New contract? Well, many more outings like that, we'll be begging him to pledge his future to the claret and blue cause. The forgotten man is back on track.
glensider
Also a special mention for the traveling Villans, who once again created a great atmosphere, and were vocally supportive throughout. Definitely the Men/Women of the match. Undisputed.
glensider
 

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