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MCFC Vital MOTM Awards Update

Step forward one Vedran Corluka whose consistency and level of performance against a spirited Birmingham earns him MCFC Vital's latest MOTM award..

We have also now given a belated award to Georgios Samaras for his goal against Norwich as part of his continuing post non tactical nightmare rehabilitation!

The Birmingham Home Verdict...

Corluka (46%)

Elano (14%)

Hart (14%)

Hamman (8%)

Mpenza (6%)

Petrov (6%)

Richards (4%)

Garrido (2%)

Dunne (2%)

Johnson (2%)

Ireland (0%)


Results So Far This Season...

Elano 4 (v WHU A, Blackburn A, Newcastle H, Boro H)

Hamann 1 (v Derby H)

Richards 1 (v united H)

Dunne 1 (v Arsenal A)

Bianchi 1 (v Bristol City A, LC)

Johnson 1 (v Villa H)

Petrov 1 (v Fulham A)

Samaras 1 (v Norwich H, LC)

Corluka 1 (v Birmingham H)



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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Tuesday October 23 2007
Time: 1:58PM

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Well deserved he just gets better with every game and one who can play central defence if needed.
alphieblues
23/10/2007 14:46:00
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Corluka is increasingly "insurance" for us, alph. I think it's brilliant to see a Premier League side not only playing some terrific football with players like Corluka's calibre coming to the fore but also not frenziedly rotating their squad.
Johnny Baguette
23/10/2007 15:34:00
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Agree JB: Rotation sacrifices so much that is key to winning (momentum and the intuitive awareness that comes from playing with the same team week-in and week-out)
Craig Cain
23/10/2007 16:29:00
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Understand City are taking a revised allocation of supporters to Laandaarn Taarn at the weekend. It is said to be in the region of 5,000. Can any visiting Chelsea people confirm what the usual away allocation is?
Johnny Baguette
23/10/2007 17:02:00
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I'd like to know what our allocation was for the CC at The Reebok no doubt the Bolton end will be half empty.
alphieblues
23/10/2007 17:37:00
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Surely our allocation at Bowton was in the 8000 area? For sure, City are on a roll and the fans are coming out in force!
Johnny Baguette
23/10/2007 19:12:00
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http://www.colchester.vitalfootball.co.uk/article.asp?a=87050 Bexks to return?
Matt_Us
23/10/2007 21:55:00
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Yes, Matt and Best to Fulham I hear.
Craig Cain
24/10/2007 09:32:00
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i have to admit i didn no so many city fans lived around my area ha ha. they seem to be all coming out of there shells now all a sudden i ahte people like that seriously it *****es me of big tome
dunne deal
26/10/2007 08:25:00
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There are will be rough times this season as well as good dd and I am hoping that everyone stays on board from now on and for the long haul!
Johnny Baguette
26/10/2007 12:17:00
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