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Poll: MOTM v West Ham (37 member(s) have cast votes)

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  1. Tim Howard (7 votes [18.92%])

    Percentage of vote: 18.92%

  2. Tony Hibbert (1 votes [2.70%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.70%

  3. Sylvain Distin (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  4. Joseph Yobo (7 votes [18.92%])

    Percentage of vote: 18.92%

  5. Leighton Baines (2 votes [5.41%])

    Percentage of vote: 5.41%

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

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  7. Johnny Heitinga (16 votes [43.24%])

    Percentage of vote: 43.24%

  8. Marouane Fellaini (1 votes [2.70%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.70%

  9. Dan Gosling (1 votes [2.70%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.70%

  10. Louis Saha (2 votes [5.41%])

    Percentage of vote: 5.41%

  11. Tim Cahill (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  12. Yakubu (on 57) (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  13. Neill (on 75) (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

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#1 MikeO

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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 14:27

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Current Player of the Year standings....


Rodwell 93

Saha 88

Bilyaletdinov 73

Pienaar 71

Hibbert 63

Fellaini 62

Howard 50

Distin 34

Heitinga 27

Baines 24

Osman 23

Cahill 21

Yakubu 18

Yobo 13

Neill 10

João Alves Jô 6

Gosling 5

Coleman 3

Neville 2



MOTM winners....

Benfica (H)...Marouane Fellaini

Aston Villa (H)...Diniyar Bilyaletdinov

Tottenham (A)...Tony Hibbert

Bolton (A)...Louis Saha

Benfica (A)...Sylvain Distin

Wolves (H)...Diniyar Bilyaletdinov

Stoke City (H)...Johnny Heitinga

BATE Borisov (A)...Tony Hibbert

Portsmouth (A)...Tim Howard

Hull City (A)...Leon Osman

Blackburn (H)...Louis Saha

AEK Athens (H)...Diniyar Bilyaletdinov

Fulham (A)...Sylvain Distin

Wigan...(H)...Jack Rodwell

Sigma Olomouc (A)...Steven Pienaar

Burnley...(A)...Tony Hibbert

Sigma Olomouc (H)...Jack Rodwell

Arsenal (H)...Steven Pienaar


Edited by MikeO, 09 Nov 2009 - 01:12.

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#2 Ian C

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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 17:10

Big Johnny H for me, sheer manic aggression in midfield with some quality passes whenever we went forward.
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 17:19

I gave up on the video feed in the second half becasue it was such poor quality, i'm going to wait until the ever reliable MOTD (ha) to make p my mind but Johnny had a very good game today, as did Yobo, and it sounds like Howard saved us the thre points with some important saves in the last 15 minutes.
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#4 pete0

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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 17:32

fellaini put him self about alot, but went abit missin in the 2nd half, saha was quility as well. but imo MOTM is out of the 3 jamiemayer85 has mentioned.
ive gone 4 heitinga
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 17:37

I picked Yobo he defended really well in the first half especially
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#6 Matt

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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 18:03

im goin for Johnny, very strong, kept up the chase and good passing. Howard also, again, kept us in it but Johnny pipped him in my eyes.

Just one question, Hibbert scored, do we still riot?
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 18:04

im goin for Johnny, very strong, kept up the chase and good passing. Howard also, again, kept us in it but Johnny pipped him in my eyes.

Just one question, Hibbert scored, do we still riot?

He actually needs to score two goals for us now before we can riot so that he can get into a positive goal tally. Unless he plays unti he is 75 this could be very tricky.
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 18:18

tim howard for me i know hes been a bit dodgy but today he saved us...jack played ok...bit of a body blow for the goose knockers.
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 18:25

tim howard for me i know hes been a bit dodgy but today he saved us...jack played ok...bit of a body blow for the goose knockers.



Not really, he was still shit. Just because he scored doesn't mean he played well.
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#10 Romey 1878

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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 18:30

tim howard for me i know hes been a bit dodgy but today he saved us...jack played ok...bit of a body blow for the goose knockers.



Oh yeah, he's now a superstar because he scored a goal. Get real.
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 18:38

Oh yeah, he's now a superstar because he scored a goal. Get real.

This. He's been living off the laurels of the Liverpool goal for too long now.
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 19:10

i new that would annoy you i just like to wind you up...i know hes not a superstar but im not wild on slaggin our players off...even jo.
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 19:43

i new that would annoy you i just like to wind you up...i know hes not a superstar but im not wild on slaggin our players off...even jo.

I havn't slagged him off, but I wont praise him for scoring a lucky goal and doing very little else throughout the game. He might be young but he has gone backwards from where he started. When he broke into the team last year (Was it Sunderland or Boro last year in the league?) and he looked confident on the ball and actually took players on and got the ball past people. He just doesn't seem to be able to do that anymore, he has one trick and tries it over again. I would have thought that he would really really be out to impress at the moment in terms of a genuine performance at the moment. I know the lads young and not a superstar, but the way he is progressing i'm not convinced that he'll make it at the top level. Fair play for scoring today, but he needs to begin kicking on if he wants to make something of himself. Either by making a difference from the bench or looking at least comfertable in the first team. In his defence he is being put into a weakened team, maybe he will start to improve with better players around him but he shouldn't really rely on good players around him to look good.
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 21:37

Yeh Jonny H as well for me... Hes just frickin crazy :blink:
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Posted 08 Nov 2009 - 23:03

Except for the two goals match of the day showed nothing except saves by Howard.

Therfore Howard is the man of the match :blink:

Gosling hasn't impressed much this season.....but then he's not alone is he!

The better the team are playing (which probably means players back from injury) the easier it will be for the likes of Gosling and Rodwell.
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 00:56

Except for the two goals match of the day showed nothing except saves by Howard.

Therfore Howard is the man of the match :blink:

Gosling hasn't impressed much this season.....but then he's not alone is he!

The better the team are playing (which probably means players back from injury) the easier it will be for the likes of Gosling and Rodwell.



Thats because not much happened, certainly Green didnt have anything to do except pick the ball out of the net twice.

As for MOTM Johnny probably (as a few have mentioned already), he dont half go in hard.
Yakubu did OK for the short time he was on.
Fellaini seems to get clumsier (if that is at all possible).
Baines wasnt too bad, at least when he gets the ball there seems to be some intention of going forward.
Cahill was very ordinary (along with a host of others).
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 02:00

Went for Yobo

Why was Fellaini such an asshole today?...not just bad challenges but genuinely being a dick about it.

I was horrified by Goslings first half performance, never once saw hime getting into scoring position.
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 02:28

Had to go for Johnny, got about them all day and never shied away from a tackle. Great hit from Saha, but he didn't last. Fellaini set out playing well but picked up too many fouls and that held him back in the second half. Yakubu looked much better, but I think right now we have two strikers who are both more effective coming off the bench. In the end the win is crucial, but we hardly deserved it. The international break might just help us right the ship and push on.
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 03:22

Zavon Hines. Broke down more of West Ham's attacks then Yobo or Distin.
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 09:33

No contest Joey Yobo was easily our best player

Cant beleive some people thought Yak played well I thought he was awful
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 12:42

saha showed his quality. cahill is not a left winger. the two lads at the back did well, feel sorry for hibbo for the goal, maybe should have just knocked it for a corner instead of a hoof! went for johnny, he is nuts!
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 12:44

In a really strange game, where we played as bad as we have this season but managed to pilfer the three points, no-one had an outstanding game. The defence looked shaky, Yobo was skinned by Parker, lost his bearings on a few occasions, was caught in possession more than once and passes went astray, so don't see how he was MOM. Distin was likewise. Hibbert and Gosling(apart from scoring) had nightmares, gave the ball away most times and caught in possession that many times I lost count. Baines was the best defender on the pitch for us without doing anything out of the ordinary. The midfield was non-creative but did get stuck in, which was one plus on the day, whilst Saha was totally starved of any decent service apart from Cahills tenacity in creating his goal. This all may sound negative but if we where playing any decent side yetserday we would have taken a mauling. I am happy with the three points but the bigger picture shows a disjointed team at the moment, lacking flair, pace and skill. Hopefully Moyes can orchestrate a change for the better.
By the way, Howard got my MOM, made a few regualtion saves and actually commanded his area a bit better and actually came for soem crosses confidentally.
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 12:59

Interesting bit of a West Ham site report...http://www.westhamtillidie.com/

The difference between the two sides was named Fellaini. He had an astonishingly influential game. There seemed to be two of him on the pitch on occasion. He had an absolute stormer of a game. Everything Everton did went through him. He won virtually every header, every tackle, and virtually every pass went where it was intended. A fantastic performance.


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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 13:06

Heitinga got my vote.
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 15:12

Interesting bit of a West Ham site report...http://www.westhamtillidie.com/


Must have been a different game to the one I watched. I saw the ball almost trickle past Felli a few times and go to a Spammer. He just stolled along as though nothing much was happening.

Ok he did get up to a jog a few times, but even that didn't last too long.

I saw Heits do well but as everyone is going for him or Howard I looked elsewhere.
In the end I went for King Louis. He showed class and also scored a decent goal.
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 16:26

Must have been a different game to the one I watched. I saw the ball almost trickle past Felli a few times and go to a Spammer. He just stolled along as though nothing much was happening.

Ok he did get up to a jog a few times, but even that didn't last too long.

I saw Heits do well but as everyone is going for him or Howard I looked elsewhere.
In the end I went for King Louis. He showed class and also scored a decent goal.

1st half fellaini along with saha were our only players who looked dangerous, and westham didnt know how to deal with the big man
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 17:06

Interesting bit of a West Ham site report...http://www.westhamtillidie.com/

From that site...

"The difference between the two sides was named Fellaini. He had an astonishingly influential game. There seemed to be two of him on the pitch on occasion. He had an absolute stormer of a game. Everything Everton did went through him. He won virtually every header, every tackle, and virtually every pass went where it was intended. A fantastic performance."

Really?

Its not what people are saying on here?
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 17:06

In a really strange game, where we played as bad as we have this season but managed to pilfer the three points, no-one had an outstanding game. The defence looked shaky, Yobo was skinned by Parker, lost his bearings on a few occasions, was caught in possession more than once and passes went astray, so don't see how he was MOM. Distin was likewise. Hibbert and Gosling(apart from scoring) had nightmares, gave the ball away most times and caught in possession that many times I lost count. Baines was the best defender on the pitch for us without doing anything out of the ordinary. The midfield was non-creative but did get stuck in, which was one plus on the day, whilst Saha was totally starved of any decent service apart from Cahills tenacity in creating his goal. This all may sound negative but if we where playing any decent side yetserday we would have taken a mauling. I am happy with the three points but the bigger picture shows a disjointed team at the moment, lacking flair, pace and skill. Hopefully Moyes can orchestrate a change for the better.
By the way, Howard got my MOM, made a few regualtion saves and actually commanded his area a bit better and actually came for soem crosses confidentally.




Lol you must have gone to a different game than me because in the game I saw Yobo was superb
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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 17:27

I voted for Heitinga yesterday but after watching it again on Football First I think Joey should probably have nicked it. He had a really good game making a lot of decent interceptions. Saying that though he did let Stanislas go for the OG and should have tracked him better.
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#30 MikeO

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Posted 09 Nov 2009 - 17:33

I voted for Heitinga yesterday but after watching it again on Football First I think Joey should probably have nicked it.

Can change your vote for you if you want :) . Let me know.
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