MOTM v West Ham

MOTM v West Ham

Sonko
67
55%
Sidwell
46
38%
Seol
7
6%
other(please state who and why if poss)
2
2%
 
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MOTM v West Ham

by higher » 01 Oct 2006 20:41

Sonko with another world class defensive performance;Sid with an excellent performance topped by that stunning goalline clearance to effectively seal the points;Seol looking fully fit and now doing his defensive duties and that beautifully struck goal.

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by Gav » 01 Oct 2006 20:42

Sonko by miles. The man was an absolute hero.

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by bracknell loyal royal! » 01 Oct 2006 20:45

SONKO IS SUPERMAN

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by Legend » 01 Oct 2006 20:47

Sidwell for me, closely follwed by Sonko. Though a mention for Convey who, certainly in the first half, seemed to be back to his best. Went missing in the second half at times, but encouraging signs from him.

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by M U R T Y » 01 Oct 2006 20:47

bracknell loyal royal! SONKO IS SUPERMAN


Awesome today, as he has been all season.

The bloke has come on so much since we signed him


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by Jerry St Clair » 01 Oct 2006 20:49

Can't split Sonko and Sidwell. Both outstanding performances.

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by urzzz » 01 Oct 2006 20:49

Sidwell by a country fvcking mile!!!

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by Gav » 01 Oct 2006 20:52

PS - BLR, is it not time to change your location?

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by Diddyroyal » 01 Oct 2006 20:53

sonko is superman and was again today!


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by Big Ern » 01 Oct 2006 20:56

Sonko was by far the best player on the pitch. Suprised many have gone for Sidwell, and I can only imagine this was based on his last minute goal line clearance. Having been unable to travel to Upton park today and having watched the game on t'internet, I though Sidwell's overhaul contribution was OK, but not great. His first touch today was well below his normal standard.

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by anR » 01 Oct 2006 20:59

Definately a tight one. Perhaps Sidwell should get it for that vital header off the line, but no, Sonko was amazing me throughout the game, so he just shades it.

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by Royal Rother » 01 Oct 2006 21:00

I can't believe anyone is voting for someone other than Sonko. :shock:

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by Shaka » 01 Oct 2006 21:05

Sonko for me. Everytime they looked like scoring, he got a tackle in or made an important block. He really is superman


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by Alan Partridge » 01 Oct 2006 21:06

IVAR INGIMARSSON

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by Victor Meldrew » 01 Oct 2006 21:12

I agree AP.
I thought he might be too slow for this level but his positional play this season has more than compensated for his lack of pace.
Excellent timing of his challenges today-well done Ivar.

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by M4 Junction 11 » 01 Oct 2006 21:16

SONKO IS SUPERMAN and SIDDERS WAS SUPER TOO!!

Looks like Sonks will be Player of the Month for September but Coppell reserved most praise for Sidwell today.

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by higher » 01 Oct 2006 23:00

Anr wrote:
Definately a tight one. Perhaps Sidwell should get it for that vital header off the line, but no, Sonko was amazing me throughout the game, so he just shades it


Having just seen Sids last ditch clearance again on MOTD 2 it seems Sonko as ever too was in position also to hoof the ball clear but withdrew probably for fear of accidently decapitating Sid as much as anything.Well done both.
I agree Ingi has been fantastic this term and quietly takes up optimum positions and gets important toes in and makes important interceptions and tidies up exactly when needed.He plays in such an unassuming unflash kind of manner that his contibution is perhaps sometimes underestimated.

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by Royalee » 01 Oct 2006 23:18

For me a combination of Sonks and Sidders - both were immense today.

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by easxmn » 01 Oct 2006 23:19

probably Sonko for me
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by Royal Rother » 01 Oct 2006 23:48

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