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Niemi Gets Your Vote!

In our latest poll we focussed on the 2-2 draw with Blackburn and asked you to name your man of the match.

Now if I were to be 100% honest I`d have to admit that the lad Warnock of the opposition would have romped it if it was open to all those that played.

However, in the tradition invented by corporate sponsors we feel we have to give it to one of our players.

Therefore, if Mr Warnock isn`t legible to take part I have to come clean and admit I have no qualms about the person you chose as our best player on the day.

Step forward our winner - Anti Niemi.

Once again our Finnish international made some stunning saves and kept us in the game.

For the records the results were as follows

1st - Anti Niemi - 49%

2nd - Clint Dempsey - 13%

3rd - Dejan Stefanovic and Danny Murphy - 11% each

Thanks for your continued support.




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 28 2007

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

of corse he deserved it scince keller was injured he has been his outstanding self again he has kept us in more than one game now
Backslash2010
I`m not so sure, he`s blocked shots well, however to me he still looks jittery, frightened of coming for crosses and does not command the six yard box like all good keepers should. Hearing him shout, and or barking orders would also be welcomed.
martintheveg
Good choice, thought he had a great game!
DeanoVilla
 

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