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The VMC Man Of The Match Versus Bolton



We earmarked Carlos Tevez as the one to watch at the Reebok and so it proved to be the case as 'El Apache' tore at Bolton's defence to ensure City stayed unbeaten...

Tev has now scored 8 goals in 16 League and Cup starts for The Blues and has netted 4 of those goals in the last 3 games.

As we head deeper into winter we can expect more from a striker who will relish the battles to come.

A City legend in the making. Tev is our Man of The Match at Bolton.

There is also a promising vote for Sylvinho who made a sound debut at left back, but City's general performance clearly didn't register too well with the VMC voters.

32. Carlos Tevez 70%
16. Silvio Sylvinho 12%
1. Shay Given 6%
39. Craig Bellamy 4%
7. Stephen Ireland 2%
10. De Souza Robinho 2%
2. Micah Richards 2%
28. Kolo Toure 2%
19. Joleon Lescott 0%
8. Shaun Wright-Phillips 0%
33. Vincent Kompany 0%
18. Gareth Barry 0%
14. Roque Santa Cruz 0%
25. Emmanuel Adebayor 0%

The Story So Far:
FA Premier League unless stated

Nigel de Jong, 5 (Fulham H LC R3, West Ham H, Wigan Athletic A, Liverpool A, Chelsea H)
Shaun Wright-Phillips, 3 (C. Palace A LC R2, Burnley H, Arsenal H LC QF)
Craig Bellamy, 3 (Arsenal H, the rags A, Villa A)
Gareth Barry, 2 (Blackburn A, Portsmouth A)
Carlos Tevez, 1 (Bolton A)
Shay Given, 1 (Birmingham A)
Roque Santa Cruz, 1 (Scunthorpe H LC R4)
Wayne Bridge, 1 (Fulham H)
Emmanuel Adebayor, 1 (Wolves H)

City's 1-1 throwaway against Hull City registered no winner.

VMC'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:Sunday December 13 2009

Time: 6:24PM

Your Comments

From an all-out not very good performance, Tevez was most certainly the winner
BlueWolfie
His best display for City so far
lando78
Tevez was outstanding in this game - never say die attitude saved the day for City
Thaibluefan
I was really suprised with Sylvinho, he had a lot to do in that game and wasnt fazed by it one bit. Accomplished performance from the Brazilian.
eighthsin
Tevez is starting to look value for money now, especially if you compare him to Berbaflop or Owen. Fergie Fergie sign him up!
fifthcolumnblue
Yet another clear cut winner, it is a little worrying when on most occasions there is a runaway winner as perhaps it highlights the fact that we are not yet a team and are relying on a few big individual efforts, particularly against the lesser teams.
Kevinho
 

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