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Poll: MOTM v Chelsea (54 member(s) have cast votes)

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  1. Tim Howard (3 votes [5.56%])

    Percentage of vote: 5.56%

  2. Lars Jacobsen (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  3. Joseph Yobo (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  4. Joleon Lescott (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  5. Leighton Baines (34 votes [62.96%])

    Percentage of vote: 62.96%

  6. Segundo Castillo (8 votes [14.81%])

    Percentage of vote: 14.81%

  7. Phil Neville (1 votes [1.85%])

    Percentage of vote: 1.85%

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

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  9. Steven Pienaar (3 votes [5.56%])

    Percentage of vote: 5.56%

  10. Tim Cahill (4 votes [7.41%])

    Percentage of vote: 7.41%

  11. Joo Alves J (1 votes [1.85%])

    Percentage of vote: 1.85%

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#1 MikeO

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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 20:04

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Current Player of the Year standings....


Jagielka 226
Fellaini 172
Arteta 164
Baines 140
Pienaar 134
Cahill 129
Neville 118
Osman 102
Howard 62
Saha 62
Lescott 57
Joo Alves J 38
Rodwell 29
Gosling 26
Anichebe 21
Castillo 20
Baadhi 17
Hibbert 16
Yobo 12
Vaughan 11
Yakubu 10
Van der Meyde 10
Baxter 4
Jacobsen 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
Stoke City (H)...Marouane Fellaini
Portsmouth (A)...Leighton Baines
Wigan (H)...Marouane Fellaini
Aston Villa (A)...Steven Pienaar
Manchester United (Wembley)...Phil Neville


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#2 Ian C

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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 21:03

Leighton Baines for me. Constantly working, great going forward and great defending. Gave Capello something to ponder. Whereas Cashley looked bothered for 2-3 minute spells, Baines was up and down the line like a yo-yo.

Great performance.

Honourable mentions to Jo, Cahill and Pienaar.
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 21:04

Missed a lot of the match , but have to say I was particularly impressed with Castillo and Jacobsen tonight .
Vote not cast yet .
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 21:04

A tremendous team effort, thought Pienaar was m.o.m, his work rate was outstanding, especially after sunday
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 21:07

Was between Baines and Lescott for me am guna go for lescott tho was soild as a rock all game. Little mention for castillo aswell, thought he played very well today considering how many games hes had. Well desirved point and if the pitch was'nt so slippy we could have won it!
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 21:29

Baines for me, but pienarr, cahill, castillo and jacobson all put in decent performances. If only Jo could have converted one of those chances.
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 21:31

Baines best game for Everton tonight.Castillo, Cahill and Pienaar were excellent aswell.
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:03

Few mins of highlights here

http://www.101greatg...isplay/2410581/

Castillo got my vote btw .
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:15

Easily Baines best game for us...

Made up that Castillo put a performance in, and Jacobsen.

Pienaar also backed up sundays performance with his usual cracking work ethic. If only he could've finished!

Jo aswell, chased a few lost causes and could/should've won the game for us. But he's working well to get in the positions.
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:26

All round a great team effort and confidence booster for the final, I remain proud to blue. As for MoM, a difficult one, Leighton Baines had a great night, noth in defence and attack. The nearly men Castillo and Jacobson both stood tall playing vital roles contributing to a successful evening. Yobo, escott and Tim Howard all did well under the greatest of pressure but I did think that Jo was embarrassing at times, did he have banana skins under his boots that said his work rate has improved away from home......................

I've just tossed a coin between Baines and Castillo, Leighton gets my vote just
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:30

Pienaar needs a little shooting practise .
Not the most decisive of finishers , and at the moment can't hit a barn door from 6 feet .
Put that right and he would be class .
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:32

Pienaar needs a little shooting practise .
Not the most decisive of finishers , and at the moment can't hit a barn door from 6 feet .
Put that right and he would be class .


Correct, he works his little arse off for a very poor end product, I still like the lad though and can only be impressed by his energy levels
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:36

Correct, he works his little arse off for a very poor end product, I still like the lad though and can only be impressed by his energy levels


He's possibly our best footballer Jim , but lacks the sharp brain of other top players at the moment .
It's that split second thinking that seperates the good from the best .
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:38

He's possibly our best footballer Jim , but lacks the sharp brain of other top players at the moment .
It's that split second thinking that seperates the good from the best .


Couldn't agree more, when things go wrong he has that little boy lost look and for a committed Christian he swears a lot :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:38

baines by a country mile.
great result with a few players out.
cant believe anyone voted for jo, tried hard but no product at all, was crying out to see vaughan with 30 mins to go.
castillo and jacobson showed good work today
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:42

I must say that Tim Howards performance tonight was great, his reactions were excellent and he was taking the crosses with ease and he distributed the ball well
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:47

A few good performances. Thought that was Castillo's best performance so far (of the few he's played). Jo did well, as did Cahill and the whole defence too.
Baines looks like he's walked this Man of the Match and deservedly so.
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:51

I notice that despite Jags topping the leader board , it's actually Fellaini who has won motm the most times .
Possible candidate for player of the year ?

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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 22:55

I notice that despite Jags topping the leader board , it's actually Fellaini who has won motm the most times .
Possible candidate for player of the year ?



No Chance. Jags has been more consistent and is ultimately more important to us IMO.
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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 23:13

I notice that despite Jags topping the leader board , it's actually Fellaini who has won motm the most times .
Possible candidate for player of the year ?


It wouldn't surprise me taxi as he has attracted votes for performances that I have considered to be well below par and he is becoming a cult figure. Player of the year could only be Jags based on pure footballing performances he has been brilliant throughout every game he has played

Edited by Jimmy the blue, 22 Apr 2009 - 23:13.

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Posted 22 Apr 2009 - 23:42

We'll have to compromise then :P

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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 00:24

A few very strong contenders, but Cahill for me. He was mint.
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 02:21

So let me guess. Because we got a clean sheet man of the match has to go to Baines or Jags? Baines was decent.

But MOM must come out of Pienaar and Cahill.

13 votes for Baines just shows how rediculous these votes are becoming.
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 03:24

So let me guess. Because we got a clean sheet man of the match has to go to Baines or Jags? Baines was decent.

But MOM must come out of Pienaar and Cahill.

13 votes for Baines just shows how rediculous these votes are becoming.


I'm sorry but that is the most ignorant, close minded and pathetic post I have seen.

Baines was absolutely oustanding tonight, how anyone can give the vote to anyone else is just bizarre :blink:

Baines ran his arse off for 90 minutes, he had a 100% tackle rate and made an incredible one to deny lampard from what was a definate scoring opportunity a few yards from goal.

Getting forward he linked brilliantly with Pienaar and was the backbone of our Jagielka-less defence tonight.

Pienaar did what he usually does, a lot of running around with no end product or decent crosses. He's a very good player, but he put in a shift and that's all, same as Cahill.

Baines stood out by miles, and certainly proved to me (and should have to Capello) that he deserves to be Engalnd's first choice left back; and if you want to spit in the face of his Man of the Match performance, do it with some insight, the fact that you're guessing the reason he got the votes was because we had a clean sheet makes me wonder whether you actually watched the match at all :rolleyes:

In case you didn't guess I voted Baines, no matter how "rediculous" you think it is ;)
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 06:42

I'm sorry but that is the most ignorant, close minded and pathetic post I have seen.

Baines was absolutely oustanding tonight, how anyone can give the vote to anyone else is just bizarre :blink:

Baines ran his arse off for 90 minutes, he had a 100% tackle rate and made an incredible one to deny lampard from what was a definate scoring opportunity a few yards from goal.

Getting forward he linked brilliantly with Pienaar and was the backbone of our Jagielka-less defence tonight.

Pienaar did what he usually does, a lot of running around with no end product or decent crosses. He's a very good player, but he put in a shift and that's all, same as Cahill.

Baines stood out by miles, and certainly proved to me (and should have to Capello) that he deserves to be Engalnd's first choice left back; and if you want to spit in the face of his Man of the Match performance, do it with some insight, the fact that you're guessing the reason he got the votes was because we had a clean sheet makes me wonder whether you actually watched the match at all :rolleyes:

In case you didn't guess I voted Baines, no matter how "rediculous" you think it is ;)


Nice one Reg, its called democracy mate and we practice it, I voted for Leighton myself :lol:
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 07:04

So let me guess. Because we got a clean sheet man of the match has to go to Baines or Jags? Baines was decent.

But MOM must come out of Pienaar and Cahill.

13 votes for Baines just shows how rediculous these votes are becoming.


You probably saw another game, because Baines was just fantastic.
Also an honourable mention to castillo!

Edited by Churinga, 23 Apr 2009 - 07:05.

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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 07:15

You probably saw another game, because Baines was just fantastic.

He must have watched a different game because Jags was apparently a candidate for MOTM. Must have put in a hell of an eight minutes :lol: .
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 07:32

So let me guess. Because we got a clean sheet man of the match has to go to Baines or Jags? Baines was decent.

But MOM must come out of Pienaar and Cahill.

13 votes for Baines just shows how rediculous these votes are becoming.



:lol:
Ha ha well you certainly appear to be in a minority of one !!

Baines was superb tonight so I cant see where you are coming from, and Jags did take his tracksuit off in an impressive fashion but I dont think it was enough to win him man of the match!

Oh and yeah I voted for Baines aswell!
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 08:03

It is a no brainer, Baines was by far best player on the pitch. Very, very impressed with him last night.
How refreshing not to have Fellaini on the pitch.

Only downside to the whole game was Jo, he has 0 confidence and was bad.
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 09:32

Baines, easily.
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 10:58

baines for me by a mile was fantastic looked to have so much energy despite playin 120 minutes at weekend! mr capello must be thinking after a performance like that!
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 12:44

Could only watch on a link yesterday, but i have watched it again on the OS.
Baines has certainly grown up this season, i cant imagine how we ever played without him, he has definately improved his defending capabilities no end and i had no hesitation in giving him MOTM, also a mention in despatches for Pienaar and Cahill who worked tirelessly throughout. Wish he had rested Osman cos he is a spent force at the mo, Gosling should play against City.
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 12:46

So let me guess. Because we got a clean sheet man of the match has to go to Baines or Jags? Baines was decent.

But MOM must come out of Pienaar and Cahill.

13 votes for Baines just shows how rediculous these votes are becoming.

The fact that we had a clean sheet has nothing to do with Baines being nominated. His attacking threat over his defensive quality is what has caught the eye.
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 13:03

Woohoo food fight in the motm Caral again :lol:

Here is my little machine that determines who's opinion is right , and who's is wrong :rolleyes:

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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 15:15

A few decent performance but Baines by a country mile, great defending in position and tackling, especially the one on Lampard and a great header away when he beat Drogba in the air. Great attacking play from him to and should have won us a penalty and late on was actually in the right inside forward slot. Capeelo was watching and he must have been impressed seeing how invisible Cole was. The only blot for Baines was his distance free kicks which where often over hit but thats taking nothing away from a MOTM performance, for which he even won on Sky.

Edited by The Beard, 23 Apr 2009 - 15:16.

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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 17:41

So let me guess. Because we got a clean sheet man of the match has to go to Baines or Jags? Baines was decent.

But MOM must come out of Pienaar and Cahill.

13 votes for Baines just shows how rediculous these votes are becoming.


i think its just a typo lads.

Because of Baines being man of the match we got a clean sheet!
only 28 votes shows how ridiculous these votes are becoming.
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 17:46

go on please tell me who voted for Neville ;)
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 17:54

Jacobsen done very well also i thought, in only his 2nd game and against quality players, i hope we can keep this guy so he can prove himself
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 18:02

i think its just a typo lads.

Because of Baines being man of the match we got a clean sheet!
only 28 votes shows how ridiculous these votes are becoming.

The votes are becoming a joke, i think that if a player ends up with the most votes they get one point, that way we wont have a stupid amount of points for that player. If its a draw then both players get a point each.
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Posted 23 Apr 2009 - 18:05

you've been here long enough to know why that is aaron.
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