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Man of the Match v Brentford

MOTM v Brentford  

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  1. 1. ???

    • Jordan Pickford
    • Seamus Coleman
    • James Tarkowski
    • Michael Keane
    • Ben Godfrey
    • Amadou Onana
    • Abdoulaye Doucouré
    • Idrissa Gana Gueye
    • Demarai Gray
    • Alex Iwobi
    • Dwight McNeil

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Current Player of the Season standings....
Alex Iwobi...159
Amadou Onana...80
Jordan Pickford...50
Demarai Gray...45
Dwight McNeil...34
Idrissa Gana Gueye...32
Nathan Patterson...30
James Tarkowski...30
Seamus Coleman...25
Conor Coady...23
Vitaliy Mykolenko...21

Anthony Gordon...16
Neal Maupay...8
Tom Davies...6
James Garner...5
Ben Godfrey...5
Abdoulaye Doucouré...5
Tom Cannon...4
Dominic Calvert-Lewin...4
Yerry Mina...4
Mason Holgate...1
Asmir Begović...1
Rúben Vinagre...1
Ellis Simms...1

Previous MOTM winners...
Nottingham Forest (H)...Dwight McNeil
Arsenal (A)...Dwight McNeil
Aston Villa (H)...Dwight McNeil
Leeds United (H)...Seamus Coleman
Liverpool (A)...Idrissa Gana Gueye
Arsenal (H)...Amadou Onana
West Ham (A)...Tom Davies
Southampton (H)...Amadou Onana
Manchester United (A-FA Cup)...Demarai Gray
Brighton (H)...Demarai Gray
Manchester City (A)...Demarai Gray
Wolves (H)...Idrissa Gana Gueye
Bournemouth (A)...Tom Cannon
Bournemouth (A-EFL Cup)...James Garner
Leicester (H)...Alex Iwobi
Fulham (A)...Jordan Pickford
Crystal Palace (H)...Alex Iwobi
Newcastle (A)...James Tarkowski
Tottenham (A)...James Tarkowski
Manchester United (H)...Alex Iwobi
Southampton (A)...Conor Coady
West Ham (H)...Alex Iwobi
Liverpool (H)...Jordan Pickford
Leeds (A)...Nathan Patterson
Brentford (A)...Anthony Gordon
Fleetwood Town (A-EFL Cup)...Alex Iwobi
Nottingham Forest (H)...Alex Iwobi
Aston Villa (A)...Alex Iwobi
Chelsea (H)...Alex Iwobi

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There were several candidates, quite honestly. I gave it to Dwight McNeil for scoring our goal, saving a Brentford goal, and for having the energy to keep running forward and tracking back for a full 90 minutes. He did give the ball away and was sloppy a few times, but the positives outweighed the negatives. Michael Keane was very good: Well done to him for proving himself after an extended period of being overlooked. Tarkowski gave his all, and so did Coleman. While his contributions can easily be overlooked, I thought Gana was our strongest in midfield today. We are a very solid team - but will struggle until we have a proven goalscorer.

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47 minutes ago, patto said:

I thought Gana was excellent today best he’s played all season. 
both centre backs were also very good I just hope Onana bucks his ideas up he’s the weak link at the moment 


That miss from Onana in the first half was really bad. I still can’t believe it. 

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McNeil for me but, as already mentioned by others, there were several candidates today which is very pleasing to see.

My one concern is that I am not sure we can sustain these energy levels to the end of the season and we are going to need to get DCL back, as much to give the midfield and defence a breather as to score goals.

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Gana. Only if layer that didn’t panicking every time they got the ball. Managed to hold the ball and play it simple. 

Everyone else battled, but played really poor.

Iwobi needs some time out. He is trying his best to reach past levels.

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