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Vital MC Man Of The Match Awards Update

The all new streamlined, revitalised and focused Stephen Ireland led the charge that terrorised Pompey. He's your Vital MC Man Of The Match...

Sooner or later, the MCFC Academy graduate formerly known as Superman and Daddy Dick will surely consider a return to the international stage in this form.

Meanwhile, the consistent efforts of SWP continue to get the recognition Wrighty deserved!

MOTM City v Portsmouth
FA Premier League


Ireland 48%

Wright-Phillips 16%

Robhino 15%

Hart 10%

Zabaleta 4%

Jo 4%

Kompany 2%

Elano 1%

Evans 0%

Garrido 0%

Richards 0%

Dunne 0%

Sturridge 0%

Gelson 0%


The Story So Far....
(FA Premier League unless stated)


Wright-Phillips, 2 (Sunderland A, Chelsea H)

Richards, 2 (UEFA Cup FC Midtjylland, Q2 H, Aston Villa, A)

Ireland, 1 (Portsmouth H)

Jo, 1 (UEFA Cup Omonia Nicosia R1 A)

Kompany, 1 (West Ham United, H)

Hart, 1 (UEFA Cup FC Midtjylland, Q2 A)

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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Monday September 22 2008
Time: 6:43PM

Comments

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Congratulations Ireland & MH will be in problem when Johnson return. Who will play of them, About Wigan match we must make the first win over them in the Premier league & will finally disappear Middlesbrough result from the list after 5 month :)
city 81
22/09/2008 20:14:00
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Wigan is going to be a tough challenge city 81!!
Johnny Baguette
23/09/2008 07:37:00
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Wigan are notoriously difficult to beat, so we cant afford to get carried away just yet. As for Johnson city81, if he's fit, he will either have to sit it out on the bench, or he may play in instead of Elano just to solidify the middle of the park. Then there is Petrov of course! Another nice dilemma!
oliverblue
23/09/2008 08:58:00
0
Since narrowly losing 0-1 at home to Chelsea, Wigan have kept evreything very tight. They beet Notts County 4-0 in the Carling, then won 5-0 away to this season's surprise package Hull. Then 1-1 Sunderland and 0-0 Spurs. They have not been conceding many goals but are capable -- especially if Emile Heskey is on form -- of scoring a good few goals. We'll just have to be on our mettle. I like the idea of starting with Johnson to see how he and Kompany can close down midfield, maybe bringing Petrov and Ireland on at half time. But I expect Hughes will try to stick with the same side that thumped Portsmouth. Either way I can see us winning.
Sindbad
23/09/2008 09:14:00
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You'd like to think so Sinbad. It will the most physical test Robinho has come up against so far, so it will be interesting to see how he handles it. Anyway, Brighton first, so we must try and put that to bed before thinking about Sunday.
oliverblue
23/09/2008 09:36:00
0
I can't see many of the team, if any, playing against Brighton so that will give us a full uniterupted week for MH to find the best formula to take on Wigan. The one noticable thing now is how he is getting them up to full fitness which certainly showed after the game in Cyprus on Thursday followed by Sunday when you wouldn't have guessed they had been playing in hot conditions a couple of days earlier. There will be more temas on the end of pompey scoreline this season. Also I must point out an excellent article today on the MCFC website by our new Chairman which must surely silence the 'Here today gone tomorrow' knockers.
alphieblues
23/09/2008 10:14:00
0
Yes it makes good reading doesn't it Alphie? Good times are hear again! Just waiting on the official announcement now!
oliverblue
23/09/2008 10:19:00
0
Some of those goals were sublime. Jo's ability to link up play is shining through.
Johnny Baguette
23/09/2008 10:54:00
0
JB and thats only a start, they will improve once they know each other better.Alphie, I'm sure that the Chairmans statement was what all City fans wanted to hear.
Buzz Lightyear
23/09/2008 13:06:00
0
I certainly feel a damn sight more reassured than I was a fortnight ago. Talk about a feel good factor!!
Johnny Baguette
23/09/2008 14:12:00
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