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MOTM v Yeovil

MOTM v Yeovil

The votes had been cast; these numbers toted up with it decided among the Vital Pompey fraternity that Adam Webster was the man of the match against Yeovil.

I cannot really offer up much, in way of an opinion, as I was not at this game and nor was I able to follow it so will just have to bow to the views of this poll...

What I would say though is that Webster is developing into a decent little footballer, one that is 'meant' to be a central defender by trade but is doing a job at either left or right back pretty well.

In all honesty I thought he had a tough game against Scunthorpe last weekend, but he was not alone as whoever was playing at fullback was getting a fair bit of a grilling in all fairness. Like I say though he is developing into a good footballer who defends well and also gets forward well with a decent cross on him.

It may be limited, but there is still some talent coming through at Pompey, and long may this continue as a 'self sufficient' way of going about things is going to be VERY important to our long-term future...

What the poll asked - MOTM v Yeovil?

How you voted - 22 Webster 41%
16 Gyepes 20%
09 McLeod (82) 12%
14 Thomas (89) 8%
02 Dumbuya 8%
18 Ertl 4%
20 Michalik 4%
01 Andersen 3%
03 Harley 0%
07 Williamson 0%
08 Howard 0%

Before we move on what are your thoughts on what the last poll concluded?

You know what to do guys, leave your thoughts below please. Also vote on the latest poll to your right...

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Friday October 5 2012
Time: 1:00PM

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