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Man of the match against Scum

'David James was the man of the match against Scum', not my vote, yours - although these findings from pompeyrug's poll are thoughts that I would agree with to be honest.

Jamie O'Hara had a really good game and was easily the outfield man of the match.

As he can from time to time - when played at the back - Nadir Belhadj had a 'solid enough' game, and really exploded into life in the 2nd half.

Quincy came on and 'cut 'em up' but you cannot really look past James can you?

James made AT LEAST 3 world-class saves, and I would say that by the time we went ahead in the game we could have been 3-1 down perhaps as England's no.1 saved the day on several occasions for us. So, this kept us in the game before the quality shone through in the end!

  • What the poll asked - Man of the match against Scum?

  • How you voted - James 50%, O'Hara 29%, Sub - Owusu-Abeyie (58) 17%, Belhadj 3%, Yebda 1%, Basinas (58) 0%, Wilson 0%, Dindane 0%, Mullins 0%, Diop 0%, Utaka (72) 0%, Sub - Piquionne (72) 0%, Sub - Hughes (90) 0%, Hreidarsson (90) 0%

    Before we move on what are your thoughts on what the last poll concluded? You know what to do, thoughts below please guys...

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  • The Journalist

    Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

    Date:Monday February 15 2010

    Time: 11:55AM

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    Totally agree, without Jamo, we would probably have been 2 or 3 down. ITV gave it to O'Hara which can be understood as he a great game but Jamo is my choice. But hey we stuffed the scum & it's been a pleasure gloating over all the scummers I am in contact with at work. Another slice of humble pie on it's way.
    storagematt
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    15/02/2010 12:46:00

    I voted Jamo. He made the job of the outfield players that much easier with his saves.
    PFCblue
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    15/02/2010 13:27:00

    Papers all said it was O'Hara... but James was too good to ignore in such a personally crucial game.
    Lysimachus
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    15/02/2010 14:51:00

    Def Jamo man of the match, he saved our skins. Absolute legend, we are going to need him till the end of the season. Showed that he is englands number one , just hope he can stay injury free as he seemed to have a problem around his groin/upper thigh area during the game. God help us if he gets injured!!!!
    evildwarf
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    15/02/2010 15:25:00

    I am glad James got the recognition he deserved from this site at least. James had to give us something back, after many of us were losing faith in him throughout the Begovic era. I believe he has managed to get back the confidence we had in him. And against who? Oh, and he managed that very well.
    Pompey Malta
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    15/02/2010 16:06:00

    Yep can't argue, now Jamo needs to be more pro pompey in his interviews
    russellm
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    15/02/2010 16:18:00

    Never lost confidence in Jamo whatsoever .. definately man of the match on Saturday ..without him (and yes even with Bego in goal) we would have been 2-0 down at half time..
    Chix
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    15/02/2010 19:15:00

    He was my vote too, Captain Jamo, but it was a close call with O'Hara who played his socks off, and is truly dedicated to Pompey.
    tracyc
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    15/02/2010 20:33:00

    I'm with 17% who voted for Quincy
    Stanley (Moscow)
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    15/02/2010 21:42:00

     

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