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Steven Reid Being Missed the Most

Steven Reid Being Missed the Most

Vital Blackburn's most recent poll asked "Who are we missing most?" You feel Steven Reid.

There wasn't a lot to choose between the three, and rightly so as all three are key players in three main areas right throughout the team!

Ryan Nelsen (34%) is the most important member of the back four, Steven Reid (36%) one of the main sources of goals/the creation of goals from midfield and Jason Roberts (30%) who when fully fit will score and aid in the creation of so many more goals with his pace and power.

You can see why they were so closely matched in terms of how much they have been missed, Steven Reid slightly more so according to vote.

So in summary
Ryan Nelsen - 34%
Steven Reid - 36%
Jason Roberts - 30%


Sergio Peter burst onto the scene a while back with a virtuoso performance in the FA Cup against Queens Park Rangers, since then we've not really seen a lot of the German, just glimpses here and there so the current poll (inspired by Wellsy) is asking, "Sergio Peter - lightweight or the real deal?"

As for what you think, cast your vote and why not have your say on the latest polls findingsā€¦

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Writer:Walker
Date:Friday December 15 2006
Time: 11:47PM

Comments

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Personally I voted for Jason Roberts because as much as we've missed the other two, the Admiral's steadying and leading influence at the back and the drive and determination from Reidy in midfield goals are our main problem. Roberts is a wonderful footballer who has power, pace and goalscoring ability the best of which we will see when he returns.
Hughes Da Man
15/12/2006 23:50:00
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lets hope so! personnally i think the even scoreing is a fair reflextion that we are missing our spine! Get well soon lads.......
govtpros
16/12/2006 01:40:00
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Wouldn't disagree as I said in the article there wasn't a lot to choose between the three, and rightly so as all three are key players in three main areas right throughout the team.
Hughes Da Man
16/12/2006 12:29:00
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