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The Vital MC MOTM Versus West Ham


Nigel De Jong's rip roaring form is winning many plaudits. He's bagged our second Man of The Match poll inside a week...

His here, there and everywhere efforts epitomise the battling spirit that Sparky's resurgent squad is cementing with every game they play.

Meanwhile, good to see Rigsby back in amongst the votes.

34. Nigel De Jong 36%
32. Carlos Tevez 25%
17. Martin Petrov 15%
5. Pablo Zabaleta 8%
39. Craig Bellamy 5%
1. Shay Given 4%
28. Kolo Toure 2%
3. Wayne Bridge 2%
8. Shaun Wright-Phillips 1%
18. Gareth Barry 1%
14. Roque Santa Cruz 1%
6. Michael Johnson 0%
19. Joleon Lescott 0%

The Story So Far:

Nigel De Jong, 2 (Fulham H LC R3, West Ham H)
Gareth Barry, 2 (Blackburn A, Portsmouth A)
Craig Bellamy, 2 (Arsenal H, the rags A)
Emmanuel Adebayor, 1 (Wolves H)
Shaun Wright-Phillips, 1 (C. Palace A LC R2)

Vital MC's Previous Man Of The Season

2007-2008 Elano Blumer
2008-2009 Stephen Ireland

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Writer: Johnny Baguette Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 30 2009

Time: 7:10PM

Your Comments

And well deserved it is too - to stand out from what was a great display by the team makes it even more impressive.
BlueWolfie
Fair play to him as he has come back well after being left out during the first 4 matches of the season - I voted for Tevez as he also played well, goals win matches and he scored twice.
Kevinho
De Jong was my pick - i thought he was awesome and MH is going to find it very difficult to leave him out when all players are fit.
Thaibluefan
The fact that I really struggled to pick one MotM from at least 5 contenders speaks volumes about the way the players are performing at the moment. Long may it continue!
fifthcolumnblue
 

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