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Manchester City ‘vs’ Fulham PLAYER RATINGS

Manchester City were plagued with injuries in this game so Bellamy, Benjani, SWP, Kompany and Bridge all missed out after our UEFA Cup defeat to the impressive Hamburg. City would have been tired after their long trip but this did not stop the boys playing some good football at times. However we lost AGAIN at home against Hodgson’s competative side. We can never sit on a lead, we simply don’t have the concentration required. 1-0 up at half time and we lose 1-3. Typical.

 Robinho looks on from the bench

Robinho started on the bench, but was needed late on.

Last time we played them at home we were 2-0 up at HT and they ran out 2-3 winners. At their place we drew 1-1 earlier on in the season. Bullard scoring a superb solo goal (see below) after Benjani had given City the lead early on.

HERE ARE MY PLAYER RATINGS FROM THE GAME >>>

Shay Given (GK) – If we are being honest, he did not have much to do at all. One time I can remember is when Dunne slipped and he made a smart, rushing-out save against Zamora early on. Was looking to waste time after about 38 minutes which was crazy! I thought though that Given’s position should be questioned for their goal, think he should have done better. The first goal he has conceded at Eastlands and the second soon followed. He again (I think) wasn’t expecting a shot and thus wasn’t prepared. His punch from a powerful Simon Davies freekick was simply abysmal and nutmegged for the last goal. Hero to Zero. 5

Micah Richards (RB) –  Marking a skillful Dempsey he did a good job and looked fitter than usual. Fantastic athlete, putting his body on the line many times in the game. Always gambled and stayed tight to his marker and didn’t let him run. Whipped in some delightful balls from out wide and created a few chances. Still learning his trade but he did impose himself on the game. It’s good to see him so high up the pitch and he was willing to get back and cover. Had one rash shot where he got his technique all wrong but we can’t expect much from him in that department. Covered well for the CB’s on occasions too, notably early on in the second half. Not at fault today, well played, but did give away too many freekicks which reaked havoc in the defence. 7.5

Richard Dunne (CB)Dunne is a good captain, solid and a good leader and he looked up to the task today although I wasn’t sure if it would be our day when i saw him slip over and Given save our blushes! Not at fault for the first goal, infact made a good challenge on Zamora and it was just a shame that the ball fell so nicely to Dempsey. Couple of decisive blocks as Fulham searched for their third goal, but nothing less than you expect from a Premiership footballer. Dunne was caught out when he tried to intercept a through-ball on the half-way line and Zamora ran through before slipping the American Dempsey clear for the third goal. 6.5

Nedum Onouha (CB) – I’ve been disappointed with him recently, after his outstanding performances earlier on. This is his 15 game on the trot in the team but he had a poor clearances time and time again with no purpose. Looked tired at the end as he wasn’t brave enough to tackle Zamora (which led to the third goal) and didn’t play with his heart on his sleeve. 5.5

Javier Garrido (LB) -Didn’t really see him much in this game but that has it’s positives. He therefore did nothing to stand out, but did nothing to make me have a go at him . He did send in some lovely corners though, and perhaps we didn’t make the most of them. 7.5

Kelvin Ethuhu (RM) – Full of running in the early stages, and won some corners bringing up the big men! Didn’t really look to go forward as much as for that reason his brother outshone him! Plays far too wide on the line and not very narrow, whilst I agree he needs to drift, he just stayed there rather than moved inside. Used his wing to good effect most of the game with Richards. He robbed the Fulham full-back every now and again and it was good to see him having missed most of the season through injury. Often tried to do too much and sometimes it just did not work. Gave all he had, which is nice to see, but SWP more suited to that role. – 6

Etuhu gives Fulham the lead

Stephen Ireland (CM) – Having accused some of his team-mates as not being brave enough and he got the boys going today very well IN THE FIRST HALF. He travelled from deep inside our half and kept on running to score a superb goal after 25 minutes. Every attack went through him today, he wanted the ball, looked lively and played in a slightly more attacking role to usual. BUT that all changed in the second half where he dropped back much more to allow Sturridge to drift up and play behind Evans. Faded out of the game which we are not used to seeing. Some would say you were not brave enough Superman? 7

Ireland celebrates his goal

Pablo Zabaleta (DM) – Having been subjected to a horrible tackle by Konchesky after around 20 minutes he didn’t do too badly. He always wants to fight and do well and this was shown on numerous occasions, chasing down the Fulham defenders and even playing a delightful ball to Bojinov upfront. He always wants to be a part of the passage of play. Links up defence and attack with dedication. Often nipped in and stole the ball from the likes of Murphy and he was superior in midfield. Ran the midfield with precision and looked a very good, capable player. BUT at fault for their goal, unlucky though, could have been anyone but it was him who carelessly gave away possession, just unfortunate it had to be him as he was playing very well up until that point. Drifted away after Fulham got their second, as everyone did. 7.5

Nigel de Jong (DM) – Having been a spectator against his old club Hamburg he did very well and slotted back into his role very nicely. He often got the better of him when he went on these casual runs and he appeared more confident. He is one of those players who you know what you will get. Very assured on the ball with AJ raring down on him in the first half but looked anxious in the second period. He slowed play down and tried to be methodical. Looks like he can only play when Vinnie is there which is a great shame. Not his best game…infact, one of his worst. He gave the ball away to Dixon for the second and it was a lazy ‘hoof’ out.  5.5

Martin Petrov (LM) –  Looked lively as it has been a while since City fans have seen him run at defenders. Credit must actually go to Pantsil who played very well against Martin today. He chased everything down in attack and defence and it is certainly good to have him back. He adds tempo to the game even when City are not at their best. Didn’t look 100% fit but again, he is never willing to put his body on the line. 6.5

Valeri Bojinov (ST) – Even if he is not going to win the ball he must try and distract the defenders more than he did. This is proven in the fact the Fulham ‘keeper was not tested in the first 20 minutes? Just not good enough. On far too many occasions he was crowded out and can thus be deemed ineffective. After 30 minutes he had a shot after Haangeland had given the ball away, but this was a mistake as Zabaleta (who had won the ball) was in acres of space and he should have played it to him. Struggled quite a lot and subbed early on in the second half. 5

Referee (Mark Halsey) – Evened things up having made a sublime interception, breaking down a rare Fulham attack but then didn’t give a blatant foul on Bojinov! He did a good job to be fair. 8

Manager (Mark Hughes) – Got his team fired up and rested key players, but also put a strong enough side out to win but again they just did not produce the goods. His half time team talks are obviously far too soft. VERY FRUSTRATING. 

Dickson Etuhu and John Pantsil celebrate Fulham's second goal 

Subs –

Ched Evans (ST) – Evans gives you physical presence and we had not had that until he came on. Just 20 years of age and he is one reason that City fans have something to smile about. Added a new dimention to the game. held the ball up well but just did not have the support around him that he wanted/needed. He had a willingness to run but wasn’t able to do much. When Robinho and Sturridge came on he wasn’t really involved much. Had a header very well saved having risen magnificently and he won two corners.

Daniel Sturridge (ST) – Another player struggling with injury recently, but good to see him back. Played an equisite ball to Robinho early after Fulham’s second goal and tried to link up play well. Not short of confidence, his dribbling skills were good but his finishing was not as good as we have been accustomed to see. Tried to do it all himself and it just wasn’t working – needs to learn.

Robinho (ST) – Without a goal in 2009, today should have been the time. Pass the ball or keep the ball, that’s all he needed to do. Looked lively when he came on and almost had a quick impact, had a good shot well saved. Drifted out of the game late on when it was clear Fulham had done us over, 2 shots…that’s all I counted.

Schwarzer makes a fine save for Fulham

My City Man of the Match goes to >>>

Javier Garrido, only one not to do anything wrong.

My Villain of the Match goes to >>>

Valeri Bojinov for being awful, Pablo Zabaleta (for ‘that’ pass), Nigel de Jong (for that ‘hoof’ to Ethuhu) and Richard Dunne (for ‘that’ absymally timed slide tackle/interception which didn’t come off and led to the third goal).

NO PASSION, NO FIGHT.

WILL WE PROGRESS AGAINST HAMBURG? NOT A CHANCE…

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25 Comments

25 Comments

  1. A

    12 April, 2009 at 18:23

    Man of the match Richards? 7.5?

    Zabaleta 7.5?
    Were we watching the same match?

    The entire team was abysmal and none deserving of the high rankings you gave them, besides maybe Ireland.

  2. Steven

    12 April, 2009 at 18:26

    Poor poor markings. Dunne was very poor. Richards was lazy. Bojinov and Petrov looked unfit, naturally, and Zabaleta had his worst game of the season. De Jong didn’t stamp any authority on the midfield. Ireland drifted in and out of the game. Etuhu doesn’t have any technique. Sturridge looked threatening when he came on.

    I’m a positive fan usually, but this was p*ss poor.

  3. TOTALLY GUTTED

    12 April, 2009 at 18:32

    Are you taking the piss?

  4. bluemoon

    12 April, 2009 at 18:34

    We were playing at home? Right?

    We were bloody awful. Watching the back 4 in the first half was like watching a pendulum. Onouha – Dunne – Richards – Dunne – Onouha – Dunne – Richards. It’s all well and good having possession but going further and further back does sod all for the team.

    Sorry, but I completely disagree with your ratings.
    Given – poor to his standards – 6
    Garrido – not much to do – 6
    Dunne – very poor. At fault for at least their second and third goals – 3
    Onouha – again, very poor – 5
    Richards – gave the ball away far too often, far too slow pressing forward – 4
    De Jong – very disappointing – 5
    Zabaleta – one of only shiners, yet still poor – 6
    Etuhu – didn’t see him much – 5.5
    Ireland – started well, faded (as you said) – 6
    Petrov – not a bad game by all means, not a good one though – 5.5
    Bojinov – what can I say? terrible shot on sight and off target – 3

    Robinho – brought a small spark to the game, best I’ve seen of him in a while – 6
    Evans – sorry but he was quite poor. the one chance he got (the header) he should have buried it in to the top corner instead of trying to guide it into the bottom corner – 4
    Sturridge – did he come on the pitch? didn’t see him make one touch – ?

    If we are half as bad as we were today on Thursday, I can see Hamburg racking up a cricket score.

  5. I will respond to your individual comments >>>

    ‘A’ I was watching the same game, what a daft comment to make. Name one thing Zabaleta did wrong other than ‘that pass’. He was playing really well up until that and was one player who actually shined (as ever). Please also see ‘bluemoons’ comment on Pablo. Apart from Richards giving away too many freekicks, he looked a lot better than usual. Support the team rather than constantly criticising it. I have edited the article since your comment so please look through again.

    Also… ‘A’ if you look…I say ‘If anyone…Micah Richards, but he still made his errors.’ So please read it before jumping to conclusions!

    ‘Steven’ – I thought Sturridge was poor, at least Micah was up for it, makes a nice change. Again, Dunne made one rash decision like Zabaleta and everyone has a go at him. They both were decent up until that point, probably, along with Ireland, the best City players. Zaba just let himself go and lost his confidence after his mistake, but that’s natural. It’s Hughes fault we are without Kompany anyway as he played him time and time again through pain, whats the point? Bojinov and Petrov both look shattered, but at least Petrov gave it his best shot…Bojinov just stood and complained half the time.

    ”I’m a positive fan usually, but this was p*ss poor.” – I agree, i never said we played well?

    ‘TOTALLY GUTTED’ No, i’m quite clearly not…what a stupid comment to make.

    ‘Ricky’ – We were at home yes and I appreciate your comments, much more welcome than ‘A’ and ‘TOTALLY GUTTED’. I also entirely disagree with your ratings. Hamburg will no doubt get a cricket score, I predict that no matter how well we play. Evans had to jump over two people to head that ball, what a blooming good effort, you cant expect him to score that? Let’s see what Steven Goran Erikkson has to say, he knows what he is talking about!

    Thanks.

  6. I’ve changed the blog…now Garrido gets my Man of the Match! Happy?

  7. Steven Goran Erikkson

    12 April, 2009 at 19:25

    Matt, whoever posted as me wasn’t me!!!!!!!!!

    Regretably, or maybe not so, I was in London for my England cricket training, so I missed the match and have only just got back now, so it couldn’t have been me who commented. I listened to the game on five live on the way back, and cannot believe how bad we sounded. They absolutely slated Richards for his laziness in getting forward, not supporting Etuhu (a name which you need to learn to spell), and not getting back quickly. The only player to come out with any credit is Ireland, and possibly Ched and Sturridge. When I have watched the game, having recorded it, I will be able to comment further, but all I will say at the moment is that your ratings seem ridiculously high for a side that have just lost terribly at home.

  8. Blue Moon

    12 April, 2009 at 19:40

    looking back, maybe i was a bit harsh on one or two. Nevertheless, we should dispatch a team like Fulham. They were poor, we were awful.

    The first line of my first comment was an attempt at humour (whether i should have tried it after a game like that). i can’t believe, after some of the performances that we have produced at home this season (Arsenal, Portsmouth and Hull to name a few), that this is the same team. It was almost as if we were playing away – the home support was, to be honest, very quiet and i didn’t hear a ‘Blue Moon’ until the 82nd minute. Meanwhile the ten Fulham supporters that turned up were shouting their balls off from the first to the last minute.

    I’m now regretting buying a ticket for Thursday.

  9. Steven Goran Erikkson

    12 April, 2009 at 20:12

    Scores by the way:

    Me – 0
    You – 2
    Plattsy – 2 (he went for 3-0 City, Ireland x2, Sturridge)
    Dan – 2 (he went 2-0 City, Robinho, Ireland)

    Not a big points day!

  10. Steven Goran Erikkson

    12 April, 2009 at 20:34

    I just want to take umbridge with one thing – “Manager (Mark Hughes) – Got his team fired up”

    Got his team fired up??? Are you having a giggle of monumental proportions??? My dead tortoise would have given more effort than City.

  11. Blue Moon

    12 April, 2009 at 20:37

    even Steven would have given more effort than City 😉

  12. Steven Goran Erikkson

    12 April, 2009 at 20:37

    I’m hoping you mean Steven as in comment number 2, and not me 😉

  13. Blue Moon

    12 April, 2009 at 20:45

    yes…….. of course i do :-p

  14. I*T*P*L

    12 April, 2009 at 21:16

    I watched the game and here are my thoughts:

    I thought you were defensively very poor right from the start when you allowed Fulham three good shooting chances in the first five minutes, encapsulated by Dunne’s error allowing Zamora in. I wasn’t at all surprised you went on to concede three, and Fulham really should have had more, with Johnson and Hangeland very wasteful in the second half.

    Your best points for me were Ireland, who I thought played well in midfield, though his goal was a massive fluke, and Petrov, who having been out of the game for so long gave a reasonable account of himself. You’ve really missed him and he definitely adds something to your side. Out of interest, why didn’t Wright-Phillips play? Is he injured.

    I’ve been saying for a while that your season looks like paling into mid-table insignificance, and Steven in particular has vehemently contested that. Now I’m sure you won’t make the top seven. Just two points ahead of us, who are officially still in a relegation battle, I can’t see you doing it, West Ham or Spurs to finish seventh for me. If you don’t win the UEFA Cup, which looks very likely now, I’m sure Hughes will be on his way. Mid-tbale simply won’t be acceptable to your financial backers.

  15. Blue Moon

    12 April, 2009 at 21:35

    i’m definitely sure that mid-tbale wouldn’t be acceptable. I don’t think mid-table would be either.

    I don’t mean to take the mick out of your spelling VJ. Really I don’t 😀

  16. Thanks for the comments, here are my thoughts >>>

    ‘Steven Allweis!’ – You say … ‘They absolutely slated Richards for his laziness in getting forward, not supporting Etuhu (a name which you need to learn to spell), and not getting back quickly. The only player to come out with any credit is Ireland, and possibly Ched and Sturridge. When I have watched the game, having recorded it, I will be able to comment further, but all I will say at the moment is that your ratings seem ridiculously high for a side that have just lost terribly at home.’

    Richards I thought had one of his best games for a while actually, ireland hardly touched the ball in the second half, Sturridge had one good ball, one lame shot and that’s all he did and Ched had one good header so no-one really stands out there. Not sure why they gave them credit, although as usual Ched worked his socks off and held the ball up well, just no-one to support him. My ratings..well it’s my personal opinion, let me know what you think when you see it, i’m certain you will agreee with my comments thats for sure.

    Scores on the doors then? I’m still bottom 🙁

    ‘I just want to take umbridge with one thing – “Manager (Mark Hughes) – Got his team fired up” Got his team fired up??? Are you having a giggle of monumental proportions??? My dead tortoise would have given more effort than City.’ This was in reflection after the first half – Zabaleta was superb first half but just lost confidence after giving the ball away cheaply for their goal, shame really, he’s world-class.

    Ricky – Your effervescent humour never ceases to amaze me 🙂

    VJ – Thanks for the comment, defensively we were poor, although Garrido and Richards (IN MY OPINION) both did well. They could have had more, I agree. I can’t disagree with you more on the fact you think Ireland played well, did you notice him 2nd half??? I certainly did’t? Petrov though did do okay, just needs to throw his weight around more.

    SWP was injured yes, didn’t want to play him incase it got worse, we need him against Hamburg.

    ”I’ve been saying for a while that your season looks like paling into mid-table insignificance, and Steven in particular has vehemently contested that.” Love the use of ‘vehemently’ here..outstanding!

    ”If you don’t win the UEFA Cup, which looks very likely now, I’m sure Hughes will be on his way. Mid-tbale simply won’t be acceptable to your financial backers.” I totally agree, thanks for your thoughts!

    Hope the holidays are going well everyone!

  17. Steven Goran Erikkson

    12 April, 2009 at 22:13

    Just want to take umbridge with VJ for one thing now …

    I have always insisted that while we are still in the UEFA Cup (and I made this comment before the first leg against Hamburg) our season had not paled into nid-table mediocrity. As soon as we go out of said competition (which may well be on Thursday), then I guess the season will be rather pointless. Hope that clarifies everything 😀

    And, on the SWP front, he was only slightly injured, and if this was the second leg of Hamburg today, then he would have played. It was more precautionary than serious injury.

    And, Hughes won’t be on his way. The owners have said they will give him at least one more season.

  18. Steven…i’m not so sure they will?

  19. Steven Goran Erikkson

    13 April, 2009 at 08:32

    I’m very confident they will.

  20. Steven Goran Erikkson

    13 April, 2009 at 10:39

    OK, now I’ve watched the game, I will give my ratings. Matt, you’ve had a shocker!!

    Given – Not at fault for any of the goals, and suffered from the lack of protection given by defence – 6.5
    Richards – Poor positional play, and was very slow to react for their first goal after the pass from Zabaleta. For the last goal, apart from Dunne’s mistake, he was at fault for his laziness in tracking back, allowing Dempsey to get ahead of him and score. Didn’t get forward enough and must be dropped – 4.5
    Dunne – Shaky from the start. slipped which nearly let Zamora in and didn’t regain confidence after that. At fault for the last goal, but he will come good against Hamburg – 5
    Onuoha – Much shakier than usual. Can’t be blamed for the second goal after his clearance found de Jong. Will do better when Dunne does better – 5
    Garrido – One of the few you got correct Matt. Barely noticeable – 7
    de Jong – At fault for the second goal following his poor touch, and never gained a grip of the game. Would do better with the support of Kompany alongside him – 6
    Zabaleta – At fault for the first goal, and like de Jong, didn’t run the midfield. Needs to go back to right back instead of Micah Richards – 5
    Etuhu – Bit of a one dimensional player. Always picks up the ball on the right, head down and runs at defence, but without much success. Won’t be needed after this summer – 4.5
    Ireland – Scored a good goal, albeit defelcted, and was City’s main man. Faded slightly in the second half, but put in another good performance. He will be crucial on Thursday – 7.5
    Petrov – Lokoed understandably rusty having not started for ages. Will do better for the match time, but I wonder if he has lost his blistering pace? – 6
    Bojinov – Looked off the pace, but this was only his second start this seaosn due to injury. Would do well alongside Bellamy – 5.5

  21. Ched Evans IS MY HERO :) Bellamy you’re not bad either ;)

    13 April, 2009 at 11:01

    Steven im going to pick up on a few things here! >>>

    ‘Given – Not at fault for any of the goals, and suffered from the lack of protection given by defence – 6.5

    *** His positional play was porr and kicking back to its rubbish state…should have been more away of a shot coming in for their first and second goals, he didn’t expect them, although third was fluke through his legs I agree. We are 1.5 away here.

    Richards – Poor positional play, and was very slow to react for their first goal after the pass from Zabaleta. For the last goal, apart from Dunne’s mistake, he was at fault for his laziness in tracking back, allowing Dempsey to get ahead of him and score. Didn’t get forward enough and must be dropped – 4.5

    *** Poor to react because he thought Zaba was going to play a decent ball! Not his fault at all, I thought he got forward well in the first half with Etuhu and tracked back well. When we were up against it, he didn’t have that chance. One of the best players in an MCFC shirt. We are 3.0 away here!

    Dunne – Shaky from the start. slipped which nearly let Zamora in and didn’t regain confidence after that. At fault for the last goal, but he will come good against Hamburg – 5

    *** That’s a typo by me…should be 5.5, sorry! So we agree here…

    Onuoha – Much shakier than usual. Can’t be blamed for the second goal after his clearance found de Jong. Will do better when Dunne does better – 5

    *** His clearance put de Jon under immediate pressure, what was he doing smashing it at our player who was standing on the edge of our box? Put it out of play or at least to the striker?! I agree with your last sentence, otherwise, we are 0.5 away here.

    Garrido – One of the few you got correct Matt. Barely noticeable – 7

    *** YAY! Didn’t do anything wrong Steven and out in some lovely crosses…my MOTM. We are 0.5 away here AGAIN.

    de Jong – At fault for the second goal following his poor touch, and never gained a grip of the game. Would do better with the support of Kompany alongside him – 6

    *** Not at fault for the 2nd goal! Onouha should never have player it to him… I agree, never gained a grip of the midfield like Zaba did in the first half. I echoed your last statement here…We are 0.5 away here AGAIN.

    Zabaleta – At fault for the first goal, and like de Jong, didn’t run the midfield. Needs to go back to right back instead of Micah Richards – 5

    *** The one error he made in the whole game…was ‘that pass’. it’s unfair to bang on about that. What about 1st half where he constantly got forward, takled Konchesky numerous times and set up Bojinov twice who wasted two shots? Ran the midfield without a doubt 1st half but drifted after him mistake. Unfortunate…We are 2.5 away here.

    Etuhu – Bit of a one dimensional player. Always picks up the ball on the right, head down and runs at defence, but without much success. Won’t be needed after this summer – 4.5

    *** I agree with ‘one dimensional’ – Again agree with this, I think I just put that message across in a nicer manner! We are 1.5 away here.

    Ireland – Scored a good goal, albeit defelcted, and was City’s main man. Faded slightly in the second half, but put in another good performance. He will be crucial on Thursday – 7.5

    *** Faded ‘SLIGHTLY’????? He hardly touched it Steven? V. Poor second half, didn;t have a grip on proceedings at all. Crucial but poor yday. We are 0.5 away here AGAIN.

    Petrov – Lokoed understandably rusty having not started for ages. Will do better for the match time, but I wonder if he has lost his blistering pace? – 6

    *** Again i repeat your words in a friendlier manner! I think he just didn’t want to risk another injury personally? We are 0.5 away here AGAIN.

    Bojinov – Looked off the pace, but this was only his second start this seaosn due to injury. Would do well alongside Bellamy. 5.5

    *** No excuses should be offered. We are 0.5 away here AGAIN.

    Steven, on relfection I have no quibbles to make with your comments, all intellectual and correct, however I just think I put them across in a subtle manner? Don’t you think? ANDDDDD If we look at our ratings, we are pretty much bang on for 7/11 players, just a few like Zaba, Given, Richards and Etuhu where we disagree more than 1.0!

  22. Steven Goran Erikkson

    13 April, 2009 at 11:15

    Fair enough Matt. However, I do disagree that you put your views across in a more subtle manner.

  23. glynn

    13 April, 2009 at 11:28

    did you watch the game or just copy chris bailey

    richards and dunne we woeful,
    Zabaleta was error ridden. Ireland couldnt pass to a blue shirt. Evans is a complete donkey . Etuhu didnt do anything yet he gets a 6

  24. Ched Evans IS MY HERO :) Bellamy you’re not bad either ;)

    13 April, 2009 at 14:14

    Glynn…who is Chris Bailey may i ask?

    Course, i went to the game you stupid thing, why would I rate a game I have not seen? Ask Steven Goran Erikkson, I go to them all?

    Richards played well, Dunne was dire, Zaba played well, Ireland faded out, Evans did his job in holding up the ball and Etuhu at least tried?

    get it right before you slate please..

    Steven >>> I’m not arguing, please dont think i am, I thought I did that’s all, I was a bit more pleasant shall we say!

  25. Ched Evans IS MY HERO :) Bellamy you’re not bad either ;)

    13 April, 2009 at 14:38

    Oh, I know who Chris Bailey is…sorry…if you look, there is not a word the same…

    Keep up glynn!

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