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VB Man of the Match vs Arsenal

VB Man of the Match vs Arsenal

After the impressive draw at Arsenal on Saturday there was many an opinion on who was the best player on the pitch with so many to choose from (for once!).

So we put you guys to the test to tell us who the man was and after 48 hours of the votes being open the winner is... Jermaine Jones.

Well done Jermaine, after a few average performances over the last few games it was nice to see him show us what he was all about.

A battling performance and a fantastic display.

Here are the results in full.

Paul Robinson = 7%

Michel Salgado = 5%

Chris Samba = 10%

Ryan Nelsen = 5%

Martin 'Back Dive' Olsson = 5%

Junior Hoilett = 5%

Jermaine Jones = 42%

Phil Jones = 21%

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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Tuesday April 5 2011
Time: 4:51PM

Comments

0
Just under half the votes, well played JJ!
Mikey Delap
05/04/2011 16:53:00
0
JJ also had a good run out with the national team last week, hope his form will continue. i don't think he's as bad as people think he is in the past few weeks
DommyWalker
05/04/2011 20:55:00
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He got my vote and I have to admit I wasn't so impressed with his first few games but then again the whole team has been poor. hope he carries on playing box to box like that manner, he really did stretch Arsenal at times.
ITSALLROVER
05/04/2011 21:29:00
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my word ppl year useless with ur quizzzzzzzz who was man of the match wernt yea at the game or do u like that we play 3 count them 3333333333 defencive midfielders the man that stud out was emo pass 4 pass move or do u watch games at all wat about nelly,oli,nzoni,sally,superman,and the rock but this is it for us this is yyyy we ll go down 2 many dfenders not enough forwards
tubzz
06/04/2011 02:09:00
0
have you had a stroke?
JuanFranDeLaHuego
06/04/2011 08:35:00
0
Come again Tubzz!?
Mikey Delap
06/04/2011 08:58:00
0
Lay off the acid tubzz. You must watch a different game to everyone else each week. Emo was OK but his set piece delivery was woeful. Just because it says on google that Jermaine Jones and N'Zonzi are PRIMARILY defensive midfielders doesn't mean thats what they play each match. Phil was the defensive anchor and the other two were more like central midfielders. JJ was box to box. Whenever he got a chance he was up the pitch. First ever point at the emirates and you still whine like a child. Stop being so fkin miserable! Or would you rather our central midfielders Andrews and Grella were playing? Lmfao.
fransavarese
06/04/2011 09:06:00
0
Emo was awful, as a right winger he should be bombing down the wing taking players on and putting balls in the box for RSC but he lackes the pace and ability and ended up holding the ball up every time, which only works for the likes of BECKHAM or BENTLEY because they can put a decent cross in. I thought J.Jones played like N'Zonzi was playing last season covering box to box not just defensive and wasn't afraid of taking the ball forward (well deserved Man of the Match) performance.
ITSALLROVER
06/04/2011 11:32:00
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