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Friedel Wins overdue MoM

In Rovers` last success, over-turning Sunderland at Ewood Park, you, the Vital Rovers fans felt that Brad Friedel deserved the mantle of being Man Of The Match for his game affecting penalty save.

The giant American received a large slice of the votes winning comfortably with 43%. Roque Santa Cruz, surprisingly received 18% of the votes putting him in second ahead of Ryan Nelsen (14%) and Tugay (12%) in third and fourth respectively.

Here is the full breakdown of the percentage of votes:


B Friedel 43%
B Emerton 3%
C Samba 1%
R Nelsen 14%
S Warnock 1%
D Bentley 3%
A Mokoena 1%
Tugay 12%
M G Pedersen 1%
R Santa Cruz 18%
B McCarthy 3%
M Derbyshire (Sub 45mins) 0%
D Dunn (Sub 69mins) 0%




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Writer: Roversman Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 6 2008

Time: 2:42PM

Your Comments

Personally I thought it was Ryan but Brad's save turned the game so I can see what they were thinking.
MikeyGamst
Grats to friedel
sasman
I thought Tugay had a blinder...
Decimus Poole
Ah well Brad aint won it for a long while so fair play to him.
MikeyGamst
I'm OKAY with Bradders winning it, I think he deserved it.
Hughes Da Man
well brad is a hero and deserves more credit than he gets! but i thought his penalty save was the crucial point in the game. keepers dont have many chances to influence a game but brad does it so often for us its untrue. this one is well deserved in my eyes.
durks de rover
How many times do we have to hear that Brad is a hero and doesnt get enough credit before he actually gets some credit.!?!?! Great point durks...
MikeyGamst
He's number 1!
FreidelNo.1
We know that FN1... its on the back of his shirt!!!
MikeyGamst
It about time Brad won one of these, I think he should be in the running about 95% of the time, he's just so consistantly high in his performances
Clint
He normally is pretty high up aint he?? cant remember last time he was out of the top 3??? I could be wrong.
MikeyGamst
Our most consistent player for years! Number one on his shirt for a reason Mikey!
FreidelNo.1
By far the best keeper in the premiership, shame he isn't English!!
will it ever happen
 

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