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Primus Wins Player of the Month

Linvoy Primus has won player of the month for the second time. Linvoy had another solid Month (September) and Vital readers have voted him player of the month. Although this is only a websites vote, the results are expected to be similar with the official player of the month.

He has received much praise for his performances, not only has he been impressive when tackling but also when marking and heading.

Is it possible that Linvoy could win every Player of the Month Award?

The Results

Linvoy Primus= 55%
Sean Davis= 28%
Glen Johnson= 5%
Sol Campbell= 5%
Kanu= 4%
David James= 3%


Player of The Month`s

August= Linvoy Primus
September= Linvoy Primus
October= TBV
November= TBV
December= TBV
January= TBV
February= TBV
March= TBV
April= TBV




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Date:Thursday October 5 2006

Time: 8:01PM

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well done linvoy!
lmatthews
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05/10/2006 20:05:00

Congratulations Linvoy. Keep up the solid work in defence.
nelson
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05/10/2006 20:12:00

i thought it should have gone to Sol, but well done Linvoy and long may it continue
russellm
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05/10/2006 20:30:00

i thought sol as well. Your defence is very strong this season.
jono_forest
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05/10/2006 20:34:00

Well done Linvoy. However Sol does have a fantastic influence. The trouble we expect such great things from Sol that sometimes it's taken as standard. Where as with LP we give him an award.
storagematt
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05/10/2006 20:43:00

storagematt thats one hit nail
russellm
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05/10/2006 20:53:00

well done linvoy, disagree though, storagematt points out that we take sol for granted, but i think linvoy only needs a half decent game to be lauded
paultsmouth
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05/10/2006 21:13:00

i think they come as a pair these days
lmatthews
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05/10/2006 21:15:00

james goes 5 games without letting a goal in and doesn't get a worthy mention!
paultsmouth
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05/10/2006 21:30:00

only 3% bit harsh but 82% against dejan was harsh as well
lmatthews
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05/10/2006 21:53:00

a lot of it is the way the question is posed, like the Dej article i think he is not an automatic first choice but the way that translates in the question is i think he should be dropped, which is not the case
russellm
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05/10/2006 22:20:00

Some polls do lie, but not this one in the respect of who won. Linvoy was a worthy winner again, nail him on for the hat trick this month. Think James should have got more, also don't think Davis should have got as much...
pompeyrug
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05/10/2006 23:38:00

It was the right decision, hats off to the big man.
Tantona
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06/10/2006 00:42:00

 

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