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Vital Villa Man Of The Match v Liverpool

Liverpool MotM

Poll Date: 18 Jan 2014
Suggested By: MF

gabby away

Agonlahor 56%

Vlaar

Vlaar 22%

The rest:

Guzan 6%
Delph 4%
Weimann 3%
Benteke 3%
El Ahmadi 2%
Bertrand 2%
Clark 1%
Sub - Holt 1%
Sub - Sylla 0%
Sub - Luna 0%
Bacuna 0%
Westwood 0%

Previous

Arsenal (away): Gabby Agbonlahor 51%
Chelsea (away): Fabian Delph 61%
Liverpool (home): Fabian Delph 60%
Newcastle (home): Fabian Delph 75%
Norwich (away): Brad Guzan 77%
Man City (home): Leandro Bacuna 67%
Hull (away): Fabian Delph 50%
Spurs (home): Fabian Delph 61%
Everton (home): Fabian Delph 55%
West Ham (away): Yacouba Sylla 27%
Cardiff City (home): Leandro Bacuna 70%
WBA (away): Ashley Westwood 48%
Sunderland (home): Gabby Agbonlahor 40%
Southampton (away): Fabian Delph 43%
Fulham (away): Chris Herd 45%
Man Utd (home): Marc Albrighton 54%
Stoke (away): Libor Kozák 61%
Crystal Palace (home): Brad Guzan 77%
Swansea (home): Fabian Delph 30%
Arsenal (home): Leandro Bacuna 35%

League Cup:

Rotherham win: Fabian Delph 55%
Spurs loss: Marc Albrighton 65%

FA Cup

Sheffield United 80%

Player of Month:

September: Delph: 68%
October: Delph: 71%
November: Vlaar 47%
December: none





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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 23 2014

Time: 2:24PM

Your Comments

If he could have stayed on we would have won
Lost_In_Ca
If Albrighton had come on we could have won. In terms of MOTM awards per minutes played, Marc's doin' alright.
malacaxeta
You've got to love Gabby, he's Villa through and through, he'd run and run for his club. Delph seems to be maturing fast, he really may be the next Veron/Viera/Keane world class midfielder. And why oh why did we nearly let wee Brad go? He's a monster! All in all we have every reason to be optimistic for the future.
andy5759
The next Keane? If Keane gave the ball away as much as Delph he wouldn't have made Utd's bench. Running around chasing hard for a ball he lost isn't world class, it's inefficient
mefromhere
 

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Bertrand 3%
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