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Worst Goal Conceded of the Season

Worst Goal Conceded of the Season

With YOUR help Vital Blackburn has been trying to determine what have been the best and worst of the Blackburn Rovers 2006-2007 season.

The nominations are still be taken for other Awards, but the Vital Blackburn Awards for 2006-2007 will begin to be dished out with the

Worst Goal Conceded of the Season

When asked to simply leave the name of the player (and obviously who the goal was for) you feel scored the goal, which was the WORST we conceded this Season most felt…

Darren Bent was the Award Winner, congratulations I guess go to him!

Bent's goal for Charlton Athletic in our 4-1 victory at Ewood Park is memorable for the crazy defending by Stephen Warnock as he inexplicably headed against his own bar to leave Brad Friedel more exposed than a naturists at a naturists retreat (that's how exposed he was!) to allow Bent to follow up.

We didn't really get too much interest on this category, which is fair enough really I guess as ANY goal conceded is bad but Bent's seemed to carry slightly more backing so he gets the nod ahead of Bobby Zamora's "goal" for West Ham United, as the best worst goal we conceded!

To see what people had to say on this category click here.

Thanks to those of you that voted on this, shame there weren't more but other areas have been covered in greater detail but PLEASE KEEP your votes coming in for these other Awards though, as there is STILL time to vote so click here for the list of categories and vote on the one(s) you want!


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Writer:Walker
Date:Monday May 21 2007
Time: 12:00PM

Comments

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So there you have it the "the best worst goal we conceded" was scored by Darren Bent. KEEP the votes coming in for the others Awards while you still can!!!
Hughes Da Man
21/05/2007 12:03:00
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Hehe. Top quality award HDM - I guess that would have to be the "shabbiest play leading to rubbish goal" - Although the West Ham Tevez incident stank to high heaven, you can't really blame our lads for it.
Head Rover Heels
21/05/2007 12:14:00
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lol, that "goal" came VERY close to being the one selected but as it wasn't a goal (even though the record books show it was!) it couldn't be used, as you sat though mate we weren't really to blame were we. KEEP VOTING on other areas people, another award will probably be handed out tomorrow though :)
Hughes Da Man
21/05/2007 14:05:00
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i HATE DBENT!
Goofle
21/05/2007 20:16:00
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What about RvP in out in out goal!?
Goofle
21/05/2007 20:16:00
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I wouldn't say I hate him, wouldn't even say I dislike him, don't really have much of an opinion on Darren Bent to be honest. I don't doubt he's quality but not convinced he's maybe quite the player a lot of people think?!?! I can't think of that goal Goofle, guess it was in the 6-2 "hammering!"
Hughes Da Man
22/05/2007 00:35:00
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Fair award to be fair... as excellent as Warnock is... what was he thinking?!?!?
MikeyGamst
22/05/2007 10:58:00
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I'm sooo desperatly gonna try and find out if I can Mikey lol!
Hughes Da Man
22/05/2007 11:49:00
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Shall we set up a pshycological profile for him to take?!?!?
MikeyGamst
22/05/2007 11:50:00
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I think it could be an idea. Did you see the look of horror on Stevie's face as soon as he did it, PRICELESS! What about the anger he showed after Bent scored, thought he was gonna do a Rio Ferdinand and shout and moan at everyone feeling it was "their" fault but he knew he couldn't!
Hughes Da Man
22/05/2007 11:57:00
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