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Man Of The Match v Sunderland

Vital Villa asked for your man of the match v Sunderland.

Reo-Coker won with 48% of the votes.


The rest:

Warnock 11%
Dunne 9%
Friedel 7%
Beye 5%
Heskey 4%
Sub: Sidwell 3%
Sub: Albrighton 3%
Downing 3%
Petrov 2%
Ireland 2%
A. Young 2%
Collins 1%

NRC has now won twice and come second three times.

Win / lose / draw predictions:

Win 65%
Draw 22%
Lose 13%

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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 26 2010

Time: 5:44PM

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badge73, really? I'm just trying to work out how 11% of those polled went for Warnock who, once again, was awful. He had an okay game last week, but other than that he hasn't produced to an acceptable standard since 2009. Given how often he goes down with a knock, I wonder if he isn't carrying an injury of some sort. At any rate, he could do with an extended spell on the sidelines.
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26/10/2010 19:38:00

As for the 'Man of the Match' award, yes, it had to be Nigel, although like badge73 I thought that Stewart Downing had a very decent game too. NRC continued his rejuvenation, and certainly didn't deserve to be on the losing side after all of the effort that he put in.
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