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MOTM Poll Results

With that rare away win under our belts, a win that saw us harvest two 3-0 wins on the trot, it`s time to look back and see who you, the Vital Fulham membership, voted as your man-of-the-match in both games.

First up is the Bolton game where the results of the poll came as below:-

1st - Clint Dempsey 76%
2nd - Simon Davies 14%
3rd - Chris Baird 09%


And as for the fixture at the Stadium of Light, see below:-

1st - Simon Davies 41%
2nd - Steve Sidwell 19%
3rd - Bobby Zamora 19%

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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 3 2011

Time: 5:22PM

Your Comments

Dempsey was a certainty v. Bolton. I cast my vote for Sidwell v. Sunderland, but I was split between him and Zamora. Definitely wouldn't have given it to Davies, though.
Teddy_KGB
Dempsey yes for the bolton game, but steve sidwell for me against sunderland. Great to see davies back, though!
Leonestar
Dempsey's air-to-air rocket against Bolton for goal of the season!
artilleria pesada
it's hard to criticize a player after he's scored a brace... davies scored those goals because he was constantly running at the defense, and causing pressure... but i could see the award going to zamora or sidwell, really...
woodysweats
I don't think our scoring increase of late can be down to anything other than BZ rounding back into form. He's been critical in the build up play leading to all these chances. I say BZ for at the Stadium of Light. It's disappointing to think how much better the season could have been if hadn't been injured. How many of those draws become wins? More than a couple I have to think.
acrossthepond
 

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