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Vital MC Man Of The Match Awards: Portsmouth

MCFC Academy graduate Nedum Onuoha, coveted by Premier League rivals, continues to battle for a regular first team start...

There were precious few bright moments at Pompey in another wretched team no show on the road. Still, Ned's low risk, no nonsene approach continues to win him admirers.

He's our Vital MC Man of The Match.

However, Mark Hughes is almost certain to ring the changes as City return to European competition this week. Many of us would certainly like to see Ned continue to retain his place alongside the guaranteed return of Blues skipper Richard Dunne.

MOTM Portsmouth v CITY
FA Premier League


4. Nedum Onuoha 25%
37. Shay Given 18%
30. Shaleum Logan 16%
11. Blumer Elano 15%
33. Vincent Kompany 10%
25. Wayne Bridge 3%
7. Stephen Ireland 3%
10. De Souza Robinho 3%
24. Ched Evans 3%
5. Pablo Zabaleta 1%
34. Nigel De Jong 1%
39. Craig Bellamy 1%
20. Felipe Caicedo 1%

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


Ireland, 8 (Portsmouth H, Brighton, League Cup R2 A, Omonia Nicosia, UEFA Cup R1 H, FC Twente, UEFA Cup Group Stage H, Hull A, Arsenal H, Schalke, UEFA Cup Group Stage A, Hull H)

Wright-Phillips, 8 (Sunderland A, Chelsea H Liverpool H, Newcastle A, Spurs H, united H, Everton H, West Brom A)

Zabaleta, 5 (Wigan A, Bolton A, Fulham A, Wigan H, Newcastle H)

Kompany, 3 (West Ham United, H, Middlesbrough A, PSG, UEFA Cup Group Stage H)

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

Onuoha, 1 (Portsmouth A)

Given, 1 (Middlesbrough H)

Elano, 1 (Stoke A)

Sturridge, 1 (Blackburn A)

Caicedo, 1 (Racing Santander, UEFA Cup Group Stage, A)

Robinho, 1 (Stoke City H)

Jo, 1 (Omonia Nicosia, UEFA Cup R1 A)

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

Nottingham Forest FAC R3 - No Votes.


PLEASE CONTRIBUTE TO THE CARL RAMSBOTTOM APPEAL:

On 27 November 2008, Carl travelled over to Germany to watch his beloved side play Schalke in the UEFA Cup, however due to a tragic incident at a German train station, Carl suffered life threatening injuries.

Due to this horrendous incident, Carl ended up in a coma for three weeks. He is currently in a rehabilitation unit in Germany while his family remain by his bedside.

The family are hopeful that Carl might be in a position to be repatriated to a rehab unit within the United Kingdom, hopefully sometime in March.

If you would like to make a donation, please make cheques payable to P&W MCFCCSA and send it to Ian Ramsbottom. 12 Plant Hill Road Blackley M96NH.

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Thank you.



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Writer: Johnny Baguette Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 15 2009

Time: 8:27PM

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Congratulations to Ned however it is spoilt somewhat by winning it on a day when nobody really deserved to win.
Doody
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16/02/2009 08:32:00

Hope he retains his place when Dunnie returns as I'm sure he will once his suspension is spent.
kennyclementstache
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16/02/2009 10:03:00

 

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