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Rovers Man of the Match v Man United

Rovers Man of the Match v Man United

Vital Blackburn's most recent poll asked, "Rovers Man of the Match v Manchester United?" We voted Brad Friedel.

Friedel claimed ANOTHER Man of the Match Award (and in all truth should've won EVEN more this season!!!) for his display against Man United last Saturday. A string of world-class saves saw him comfortably win this with 59%. His nearest challenger was Roque Santa Cruz with 29%.

The rest were much the same as each other, with no one standing out from the others really, arguably you could say Ryan Nelsen (4%) and Steven Reid (4%).

So in summary
B Friedel - 59%
B Emerton - 0%
C Samba - 1%
R Nelsen - 4%
S Warnock - 0%
D Bentley - 1%
S Reid - 4%
J Vogel - 1%
M G Pedersen - 1%
R Santa Cruz - 29%
J Roberts - 0%
A Mokoena (Sub 85mins) - 0%


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Writer:Walker
Date:Thursday April 24 2008
Time: 10:08AM

Comments

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Bradders was EASILY the Man of the Match but I do personally feel that some of the others SHOULD'VE got more credit, such as Stevie W, 0% and Johann Vogel, 1%?!?!
Hughes Da Man
24/04/2008 10:10:00
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Absolutely right - Brad was man ao the match as he had so much to do and he did his job really well. However the whole team played well.
FreidelNo.1
25/04/2008 11:14:00
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after all those world class saves I own't be arguing!
merlin
26/04/2008 08:56:00
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