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Poll: MOTM v Stoke (49 member(s) have cast votes)

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  1. Tim Howard (1 votes [2.04%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.04%

  2. Phil Jagielka (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  3. Joseph Yobo (3 votes [6.12%])

    Percentage of vote: 6.12%

  4. Joleon Lescott (2 votes [4.08%])

    Percentage of vote: 4.08%

  5. Leighton Baines (3 votes [6.12%])

    Percentage of vote: 6.12%

  6. Phil Neville (3 votes [6.12%])

    Percentage of vote: 6.12%

  7. Leon Osman (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  8. Marouane Fellaini (18 votes [36.73%])

    Percentage of vote: 36.73%

  9. Steven Pienaar (16 votes [32.65%])

    Percentage of vote: 32.65%

  10. Tim Cahill (1 votes [2.04%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.04%

  11. Joo Alves J (1 votes [2.04%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.04%

  12. Louis Saha (1 votes [2.04%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.04%

  13. Jack Rodwell (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

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#1 MikeO

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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 15:58

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Current Player of the Year standings....


Jagielka 214
Arteta 164
Cahill 126
Baines 117
Fellaini 114
Osman 83
Neville 81
Pienaar 67
Howard 61
Saha 61
Lescott 51
Joo Alves J 37
Rodwell 29
Gosling 26
Anichebe 21
Castillo 20
Hibbert 15
Baadhi 13
Vaughan 11
Yakubu 10
Van der Meyde 10
Yobo 9
Baxter 4
Valente 2


MOTM winners....

Blackburn (H)...Mikel Arteta
West Brom (A)...Leon Osman
Portsmouth (H)...Leighton Baines
Stoke City (A)...Tim Cahill
Standard Liege (H)...Segundo Castillo
Hull City (A)...Leon Osman
Blackburn (A)...Louis Saha
Liverpool (H)...Phil Jagielka
Standard Liege (A)...Phil Jagielka
Newcastle (H)...Leighton Baines
Arsenal (A)...Marouane Fellaini
Manchester United (H)...Marouane Fellaini
Bolton (A)...Marouane Fellaini
Fulham (H)...Phil Jagielka
West Ham (A)...Louis Saha
Middlesbrough (H)...Phil Neville
Wigan (A)...Tim Howard
Spurs (A)...Phil Jagielka
Aston Villa (H)...Joleon Lescott
Man City (A)...Tim Cahill
Chelsea (H)...Leon Osman
Middlesbrough (A)...Mikel Arteta
Sunderland (H)...Mikel Arteta
Macclesfield (A)...Leighton Baines
Hull (A)...Mikel Arteta
Liverpool (A-league)...Leighton Baines
Liverpool (A-Cup)...Phil Jagielka
Arsenal (H)...Tim Cahill
Manchester United (A)...Tim Howard
Liverpool (H-Cup replay)...Phil Jagielka
Bolton (H)...Joo Alves J
Aston Villa (H)...Mikel Arteta
Newcastle (A)...Jack Rodwell
West Brom (H)...Steven Pienaar
Blackburn (A)...Phil Neville
Middlesbrough (H)...Marouane Fellaini


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#2 Ian C

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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 17:02

Fellaini had a great first half and another great 10-15 mins at the end and got the goal to kill it, and is my MOM


Other candidates include Pienaar, Neville and Rodwell.
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 17:03

Gave it Pienaar as he created alot with his movement and didn't stop running Jo looked good in the first half he seemed to fade away when Mo was moved back into midfield. The defence was abit all over at times and Jags although he can play RB needs to shift back into the middle as he looks far more comfortable there.
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 17:04

Joey was Sharp's MOM on the radio, I haven't seen the game yet but I'll stick with his judgement
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 17:05

Pienaar ... not only was he working his ass of as he always does .. he didn't annoy met once with stupid little passes with the back of his heels .. he should have gotten a goal, would really have capped of a great performance.
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 17:12

Other candidates include Pienaar, Neville and Rodwell.


Rodwell only played five minutes :huh: . He must have been good!
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 17:16

Changed the game, imo :D

Was very composed, previously in the second half when the possesion kept changing rapidly through great tackles and Everton finally got to it it would be passed back or hoofed to the corner, Rodwell turned, dodged tackles and sprayed balls to the wings and good balls to feet to the lads in the centre.


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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 17:57

Rodwell only played five minutes :huh: . He must have been good!


I thought he was being ironic, you know, to piss Bill off <_<

I went for pieman, because everyone needs pie
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 18:40

Fellaini had a great first half and another great 10-15 mins at the end and got the goal to kill it, and is my MOM


Other candidates include Pienaar, Neville and Rodwell.


Fellaini was by far the worst man on the pitch and Rodwell played for about five minutes, he didn't change the game at all. I don't mean to say this in the wrong way but did you actually watch the match Graghsies? :mellow:
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 19:23

Yup watched the entire thing. Fellaini was clearly not the worst player on the pitch, judging by the fact that he is leading the MOM votes. He was excellent first half and for the last 10 or so minutes of the second half. More than I can say about the rest of the team.


And I put Rodwell in as my...4th choice purely because the an 18 year old kid came into a professional football team who were playing shite football and being hounded every time they got the ball, and he looked composed and completely changed how we played. He might not have been on long or made any lasting impact, but in my opinion when you're an 18 year old ~85th minute sub and you change how an entire team is playing, then you deserve a mention.
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 20:20

Fellaini was by far the worst man on the pitch and Rodwell played for about five minutes, he didn't change the game at all. I don't mean to say this in the wrong way but did you actually watch the match Graghsies? :mellow:


He made a goal and an assist, worst or not he had the most impact on the score.

MotM was a hard decision this game, but I gave it to fellaini because of this.
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 20:29

fellaini didnt get booked and didnt foul as much as he had been doin won a few balls did more running than normal scored and made a goal! great game but as ive said and its been mentioned that he just dont cut it as a centre mid for me i like him up top causes all sorts of problems!
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 21:09

I voted for Pienaar cos his hair is nicer than Fellaini's. <_<
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Posted 14 Mar 2009 - 21:43

Fellaini was by far the worst man on the pitch and Rodwell played for about five minutes, he didn't change the game at all. I don't mean to say this in the wrong way but did you actually watch the match Graghsies? :mellow:


I totally agree Fellaini had a rubbish match
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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 00:22

I watched most of the game this evening on Sky. Whilst Fellaini didn't have a rubbish match he certainly didn't add up to being MoM imo, the fact he never got booked does not earn anyone MoM. The strange thing is that he looks far better working the Cahill support role than he has ever done playing in midfield

The Pieman huffed and puffed his way through the game without creating anything of note and he missed a couple of glorious chances. Jo was better than he has been but as he hasn't been that good he didn't impress me that much. Phil Nev was safe again in midfield but Joey Yobo never put a foot wrong in the entire time covered by Sky. He was Sharp's MoM on City and I agree with that call

Am I the only one who is becoming increasingly concerned by Tim Howards form. He seems to be lacking sharpness and on more than one occasion he fumbled in the Stoke game, IMO he could have saved their headed goal, is he fully fit????

Edited by Jimmy the blue, 15 Mar 2009 - 00:26.

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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 00:36

Fuck me I thought Fellini had a shocker and hes on fo man of the match.... had a good first half but Neville was better... seond half all were poor....

Im shocked that some of you seem to think otherwise...... Some people have some strange views of a game.........
How can Rodwell even get a mention?????

Edited by DangerMouse, 15 Mar 2009 - 00:39.

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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 04:36

Am I the only one who is becoming increasingly concerned by Tim Howards form. He seems to be lacking sharpness and on more than one occasion he fumbled in the Stoke game, IMO he could have saved their headed goal, is he fully fit????


a couple of weeks back he had that really bad injury that he solidered through for us, it could be that it's been niggling at him, he certainly doesn't look uncomfortable he just looks a bit timid. I trust Howard, we all know he's an excellent keeper and to be honest I would expect that after a season where he's played every game for us, a little bit of tiredness is creeping in. Most teams have a back-up keeper that will make at least half a dozen appearances in all competitions, we haven't used ours so it could just be that he's never had a week off.

Edited by The Regulator, 15 Mar 2009 - 04:36.

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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 07:29

Fuck me I thought Fellini had a shocker and hes on fo man of the match.... had a good first half but Neville was better... seond half all were poor....

Im shocked that some of you seem to think otherwise...... Some people have some strange views of a game.........
How can Rodwell even get a mention?????



Your not allowed to say things like that on this forum, ;)
Yobo covered for jags and lescott a couple of times and had a good game, neville had his usual solid game, but my vote went to Pienaar for the Amount of work he did, and he had a decent game. :)
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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 07:51

Hard one to pick MotM but went with Pienaar but I will say this about him he quite often overhits simple passes. There were a couple of through balls he attempted v Stoke which looked easy to pull off but ran through to the goalie and nowhere near the intended destination.
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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 08:54

a couple of weeks back he had that really bad injury that he solidered through for us, it could be that it's been niggling at him, he certainly doesn't look uncomfortable he just looks a bit timid. I trust Howard, we all know he's an excellent keeper and to be honest I would expect that after a season where he's played every game for us, a little bit of tiredness is creeping in. Most teams have a back-up keeper that will make at least half a dozen appearances in all competitions, we haven't used ours so it could just be that he's never had a week off.



IMO it is the biggest problem we have at present, a back up for Tim, Carlo Nash couldn't make Wigans reserves and I understand he has shone in any of the reserve games he's played for us. Its noticeable that Moyes has not rested Tim all season so you could be right Reg, he may be stale
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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 10:37

I went for Fellaini. Thought he has his best 45 mins for a long time, he seems more aerodynamic with the new 'do, or hairodynamic if you will (i'll get me coat)
He was chasing balls down, his touch was good, his vision was better than it had been. A good shift. Everyone faded in the second half.

Personally I'll be very annoyed if Pienaar gets MOTM. I thought he was pretty awful. He runs alot which is fine but his end product if fucking awful. He can't cross, he can barely shoot and he struggles so much to beat a man with the ball at his feat, plus he thinks way to slowly, there were 3 or 4 occasions when someone (normally Baines) who was made an excellent run and he just has to push the ball through but he dithers and the time and space have gone. Plus how he missed that chance at the end i'll never know. Especially with the time he had. I have always been a Pienaar fan but he is not cutting it at the moment, running his arse of does not constitute a great game. He is supposed to be a creative player but creates very little.
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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 11:49

A couple of decent performances yesterday in a 6/10 team effort. Pienaar was industrious without being the crative influence that we need. Fellaini was an improvement on last week but can still improve further dramatically, Jagileka, on recent evidence, is not a right back and a couple of times was caught out as seen by Yobo covering him and conceding a corner which resulted in their goal. Neville was is usual underrated self, Cahill in a mkore deeper role was quite effective and lets hope it was tactical (maybe giving him a rest) that seen him taken off at half time, however my vote for yesterday goes to Baines. Strong in the tackle, good going forward, some sound crossing and just beats Yobo for my vote.
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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 13:23

I went for Fellaini. Thought he has his best 45 mins for a long time, he seems more aerodynamic with the new 'do, or hairodynamic if you will (i'll get me coat)
He was chasing balls down, his touch was good, his vision was better than it had been. A good shift. Everyone faded in the second half.

Personally I'll be very annoyed if Pienaar gets MOTM. I thought he was pretty awful. He runs alot which is fine but his end product if fucking awful. He can't cross, he can barely shoot and he struggles so much to beat a man with the ball at his feat, plus he thinks way to slowly, there were 3 or 4 occasions when someone (normally Baines) who was made an excellent run and he just has to push the ball through but he dithers and the time and space have gone. Plus how he missed that chance at the end i'll never know. Especially with the time he had. I have always been a Pienaar fan but he is not cutting it at the moment, running his arse of does not constitute a great game. He is supposed to be a creative player but creates very little.

It's incredible how people can see the game so differently from a different position/viewpoint. That said everyone is entitled to their own opinion and I wouldn't say they were wrong just cos they see it differently to me. However, I though Felly was awful yesterday, he gave the ball away so many times when under no pressure and other than his two obvious contributions to the game (which I will give him credit for) I thought the game passed him by. My vote goes to Pienaar for his tireless workrate.
I wondering if it's because of my position in the bottom left of the park end (by the away fans) that I seem to favour the left sided players when we are attacking that end. Is it just my blinkered view or does most of our attacking play come down the left side?
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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 15:20

I was only able to watch the second half yesterday, so I missed most of the part where we were good and saw a lot of the part where we were shite. So basing my opinion on the second half alone, I gave my MOTM vote to Lescott. Not that he was outstanding either, but unlike most of the rest, when he caught my attention it was usually for a good play and not because he screwed something up. The only other person I could really say that about is Rodwell, who made a couple of good plays in his brief cameo, but I'm not giving MOTM to an 85th-minute sub.

Credit to Pienaar for hustle and effort, but he made a hash out of what should have been several routine plays. Arteta's return can't come quickly enough. Fellaini was piss poor apart from the goal, which was very well taken. Couldn't justify voting for either of them based solely on the second half. I hear kudos being given for Neville too, but I gotta say, he was the invisible man on TV. I don't know if I heard the announcers mention his name more than once the entire half. Although considering the way most of the rest of the team was playing, maybe that was a good thing.
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Posted 15 Mar 2009 - 16:30

neville played a solid game again. big mo was very very useful, but pienaar was brilliant
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Posted 16 Mar 2009 - 09:43

Pienaar got my vote, you can hear the excitment in the crowd when he gets the ball.

Fellaini, well how can I say this nicely....was shit. Stoke on a few occasions had a break directly from Fellaini loosing possesion or miss hitting passes. New haircut did fuck all except a bit of PR for him, what a joke (and I am actually in a good mood today).
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Posted 16 Mar 2009 - 11:38

Unfortunately I can't vote for this game because I wasn't able to be at the game, I was throwing up all of Saturday and Sunday :( .
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Posted 16 Mar 2009 - 11:57

I wouldn't say Fellaini was shit he put in a better performance then most of the team i think people tend to get on his back more due to the money we paid etc for me one of the worst performers this season has been Ossie yet not much mention about how shite he has been.
For me Fellaini had a mixed game in the first half he played well caused Stoke problems and in the second he was poor due to Moyes shifting him into the middle. I agree about the passing which seemed to be mainly in the second half if he cut that out of his game he would look a much better player.
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Posted 16 Mar 2009 - 12:34

I wouldn't say Fellaini was shit he put in a better performance then most of the team i think people tend to get on his back more due to the money we paid etc for me one of the worst performers this season has been Ossie yet not much mention about how shite he has been.
For me Fellaini had a mixed game in the first half he played well caused Stoke problems and in the second he was poor due to Moyes shifting him into the middle. I agree about the passing which seemed to be mainly in the second half if he cut that out of his game he would look a much better player.


Nope, has been covered numerous times we have paid (apparently) 4m up front, rest on installments. So price has not entered my head once, playing ability on the other hand is how I have judged him.
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Posted 16 Mar 2009 - 13:21

I didn't see the game but for the record Sharp on Radio City said he'd had a poor game so the goal came at a good time for him. Watching the highlights it looked like both the assist (deflected) and the goal (wickedly deflected) were on the lucky side but I suppose you have to buy a ticket to win the lottery! If he keeps scoring goals I won't complain, let's just hope Cahill is ok for the weekend as we looked a different (and much worse) team once he went off and Fellaini moved back to cover his position.
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Posted 17 Mar 2009 - 17:34

Fellaini was by far the worst man on the pitch and Rodwell played for about five minutes, he didn't change the game at all. I don't mean to say this in the wrong way but did you actually watch the match Graghsies? :mellow:

Did u watch the game? I bet you thought wonder boy neville played amazing again, he was shite second half and done fuckall, his bottle went after they scored and I cant remember him touching it after 50 minutes. Fellaini actually played better, he might not have the last few games but he did against Stoke, at least when he isnt playing well he isnt scared to get hold of the ball.

Edited by Blue4Ever, 17 Mar 2009 - 17:40.

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Posted 17 Mar 2009 - 17:38

Neville...was shite second half and done fuckall....


How was he first half :huh: ?
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Posted 17 Mar 2009 - 17:43

How was he first half :huh: ?

he played well, im always willing to admit that when he does play well but I couldnt tell he was on the pitch second half.

Edited by Blue4Ever, 17 Mar 2009 - 17:45.

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Posted 17 Mar 2009 - 18:40

Did u watch the game? I bet you thought wonder boy neville played amazing again, he was shite second half and done fuckall, his bottle went after they scored and I cant remember him touching it after 50 minutes. Fellaini actually played better, he might not have the last few games but he did against Stoke, at least when he isnt playing well he isnt scared to get hold of the ball.


im wondering if you watched the game? neville did play a solid game, again. dont recall fellaini playing better than neville. got lucky on two occasions. his control for his goal was fantastic, his finish was lucky, his ball for jo was lucky too. both of these with big deflections. and he might get hold of the ball, but ask him to pass it ten yards, its a massive challenge for him to pull that off.

for the record im a big fellaini fan
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Posted 17 Mar 2009 - 18:47

im wondering if you watched the game? neville did play a solid game, again. dont recall fellaini playing better than neville. got lucky on two occasions. his control for his goal was fantastic, his finish was lucky, his ball for jo was lucky too. both of these with big deflections. and he might get hold of the ball, but ask him to pass it ten yards, its a massive challenge for him to pull that off.

for the record im a big fellaini fan


Steve you missed the none through balls he hit, other than that you watched the same game I did mate :rolleyes:
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Posted 17 Mar 2009 - 18:48

im wondering if you watched the game? neville did play a solid game, again. dont recall fellaini playing better than neville. got lucky on two occasions. his control for his goal was fantastic, his finish was lucky, his ball for jo was lucky too. both of these with big deflections. and he might get hold of the ball, but ask him to pass it ten yards, its a massive challenge for him to pull that off.

for the record im a big fellaini fan


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Posted 17 Mar 2009 - 18:54

I was thinking more of his efforts to put Saha through, the ball went nearer their keeper than Louis....no matter
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Posted 18 Mar 2009 - 12:50

im wondering if you watched the game? neville did play a solid game, again. dont recall fellaini playing better than neville. got lucky on two occasions. his control for his goal was fantastic, his finish was lucky, his ball for jo was lucky too. both of these with big deflections. and he might get hold of the ball, but ask him to pass it ten yards, its a massive challenge for him to pull that off.


I will second that.
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Posted 18 Mar 2009 - 14:02

My vote is in , and you lot can mind ya own bloody business who I voted for :lol:
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Posted 19 Mar 2009 - 14:13

And NO .... it wasn't Fellaini this time :P
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