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Rovers Man of the Match v Fulham

Rovers Man of the Match v Fulham

Vital Blackburn's most recent poll asked, "Rovers Man of the Match v Fulham?" We voted Morten Gamst Pedersen.

Gamst Pedersen picked up the Man of the Match Award against Fulham, his first of the season I believe. His 34% saw him claim the Award ahead of Andre Ooijer, 22%.

The rest were much the same as each other, although Steven Reid (17%) did stand out from the others.

So in summary
B Friedel - 8%
A Ooijer - 22%
C Samba - 2%
Z Khizanishvili - 2%
S Warnock - 5%
D Bentley - 0%
S Reid - 17%
Tugay - 0%
M G Pedersen - 34%
R Santa Cruz - 5%
B McCarthy - 0%
M Derbyshire (Sub 56mins) - 0%
J Roberts (Sub 57mins) - 5%


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Writer:Walker
Date:Wednesday March 12 2008
Time: 10:31AM

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Hopefully MGP can end the season strongly, if he does then we never know what might happen?!?!
Hughes Da Man
12/03/2008 10:34:00
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Stevie Reid for me... although well done Morten.
MikeyGamst
13/03/2008
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