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VMC Man Of The Match Versus Sunderland

VMC Man Of The Match Versus Sunderland



Adam Johnson's lively substitute appearance and sublime stoppage time equaliser were more than enough to secure the VMC Forum vote for MOTM at the Stadium of Light...

Otherwise, this was a wretched City performance that only sprang into life in a blockbuster of a second half.

That said, The Black Cats are emerging from a long, dark winter of discontent firing on all cylinders.

In the scheme of things, they could well have a say in which club secures a 4th placed Premier League finish this season.

Wearside is going to be a difficult place to go for the remainder of this season and most notably, Spurs have to go their in April.

If The Mackems can take this form on the road, then Villa and Liverpool can both expect a game later this month.

Back to City, and after Johnno, Craig Bellamy's running, Joleon Lescott's continued improvement and Patrick Vieira's promising performance were all recognised by the VMC worldwide community:

11. Adam Johnson [60%]
39. Craig Bellamy [20%]
19. Joleon Lescott [13.33%]
24. Patrick Vieira [6.67%]
1. Shay Given [0%]
2. Micah Richards [0%]
33. Vincent Kompany [0%]
3. Wayne Bridge [0%]
8. Shaun Wright-Phillips [0%]
5. Pablo Zabaleta [0%]
34. Nigel De Jong [0%]
18. Gareth Barry [0%]
32. Carlos Tevez [0%]
14. Roque Santa Cruz [0%]

The Story So Far:
FA Premier League unless stated

Carlos Tevez, 6 (Bolton A, Spurs A, Wolves A, Blackburn H, the rags H, LCSF1, Chelsea A)
Nigel de Jong, 5 (Fulham H LC R3, West Ham H, Wigan Athletic A, Liverpool A, Chelsea H)
Craig Bellamy, 4 (Arsenal H, the rags A, Villa A, Sunderland H)
Gareth Barry, 3 (Blackburn A, Portsmouth A, Stoke H)
Shaun Wright-Phillips, 3 (C. Palace A LC R2, Burnley H, Arsenal H LC QF)
Wayne Bridge, 3 (Fulham H, Hull A, Stoke H, FAC5)
Adam Johnson, 2 (Bolton, H, Sunderland A)
Micah Richards, 2 (the rags A LCSF2, Stoke A)
Emmanuel Adebayor, 2 (Wolves H, Portsmouth H)
Shay Given, 2 (Birmingham A, Everton A)
Pablo Zabaleta, 1 (Liverpool H)
Martin Petrov, 1 (Scunthorpe A FAC4)
Vincent Kompany, 1 (Middlesbrough A FAC3)
Roque Santa Cruz, 1 (Scunthorpe H LC R4)

City's 1-1 throwaway against Hull City and the FA Cup exit at Stoke registered no winner.

VMC's Previous Man Of The Season:

2007-2008 Elano Blumer
2008-2009 Stephen Ireland

Stay Tuned With VMC As Our Mini Season Of Destiny Continues!



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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Monday March 15 2010
Time: 10:54AM

Comments

0
SWP was my man of the match. He really showed why he's worth that £100k a week he's asking for.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
15/03/2010 11:23:00
0
Not a bad show from your lads. Really Thought you should have won.
ACLamp
15/03/2010 11:44:00
0
Great second half performane and Johnson was magic.
Thaibluefan
15/03/2010 12:32:00
0
if only we could have played like we did in the second half for 90 minutes.
buzz lightyear
15/03/2010 15:04:00
0
Stick that in your pipe and smoke it Ian Wright wright WRONG!
fifthcolumnblue
15/03/2010 18:53:00
0
What a corker of a goal that was!
Johnny Baguette
15/03/2010 19:05:00
0
Spoke volumes that our subersup convincingly won the man of the match poll. Too many poor performances, betetr second half, even better when Johno came to the party.
Once a Blue
15/03/2010 20:07:00
0
Is there space on the plane for Johnno now that "Goldenballs" is crocked? Watch this space...
fifthcolumnblue
15/03/2010 21:17:00
0
They took Walcott and he had never played a game for Arsenal, I don't see why Johnno could not be in the squad, I hope he starts Saturday.
buzz lightyear
16/03/2010 04:14:00
0
He's going to be on the plane. Sure of it. Capello has been sounding out Mancio regulalrly according to this bloke I know who knows a bloke who said so.
Johnny Baguette
16/03/2010 07:10:00
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