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Would not have expected Woody to be topping many of these polls up to a month ago! 

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That is really quite something. Have we ever seen a manager that high on here? Another question, have we ever seen a manager win man of the match?

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We have now @wilsoncgp. Haha. I think the manager has been MOTM a few times actually.

 

Preston v Boro 01-Jan-2020

 

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Only a few weeks ago, I would have been thinking that looks like it is upside down....nice to see people giving credit to good performances rather than sticking to entrenched views

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On 1/5/2020 at 9:48 AM, Mr_Maz said:

Very harsh on Saville

That is harsh; I thought he's been pretty good the last three games or so.

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In a team full of 6s, I'd give man of the match to Pears. He couldn't do sod all about the goal from what I saw, he made one save in the first half which made me think oh dear (came out to collect low down under pressure, got to it but it spooned out of his grasp) but made one very good save in the second half to his left and got a tremendous punch on the ball in the final moments. Not to mention that Brum really pressed high onto him tonight, particularly in the first half, and he dealt with it superbly every time, good to have a young keeper who is confident with the ball at his feet.

Spence is a close second, he did look a bit tired tonight, apart from when he was sprinting across the line to make some incredible tackles. There was one in the second half when Brum lofted the ball through on the left, Spence didn't just catch up with the play, he made sure the lad knew he was there, went for the ball a couple of times before eventually getting his foot onto it to put it out for a throw. Recoveries like that are seen in some top, experienced full backs.

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