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Morton Man of the Match

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  1. 1. Morton Man of the Match

    • Mark Gillespie
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    • Richard Tait
      0
    • Jake Carroll
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    • Charles Dunne
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    • Declan Gallagher
    • Liam Donnelly
    • Sherwin Seedorf
    • Allan Campbell
    • James Scott
    • Liam Polworth
    • Jernaine Hylton
    • Christian Illic
      0
    • Liam Grimshaw
      0
    • Barry Maguire
      0


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A much tougher pick for this one than Saturday. A toss up between Scott and Hylton for me, I went with Scott but only just. Honourable mentions for Gallacher and Seedorf. 

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Gallagher for me, strikers will always make the headlines but some of those passes out from the back were top drawer, night and day to Hartleys hoofballs.

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Good performances from many but I’ve been very impressed with Hylton since he came off the bench in Dumfries. Lovely touch, great pace, good work ethic and an end product. Remains to be seen if he can handle the physical and mental rigours of premiership football but at the moment you wonder how he was playing at Solihull Moors aged 26. 

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A few very strong contenders last night but Declan Gallagher for me.  Virtually unbeatable in the air, has pace and can pass a ball.  Looks to be an excellent signing. 

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Was it Hylton who had that excellent move in the box leading up to where Scott hit the bar? Touched the ball round one side of the defender and turned round the other then whipped in a cross ball.  I think his pace will cause defences a lot of problems and he seems to have more than just pace. Good touch and an eye for goal. How did we get him? 

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4 hours ago, texanwellfan said:

How did we get him? 

Because he used to play in the English non-leagues and that’s where we excel in player recruitment. 

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2 hours ago, Stu92 said:

Because he used to play in the English non-leagues and that’s where we excel in player recruitment. 

At his age though why the hell was he not playing at least at league two level ?

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1 hour ago, Yorkyred said:

At his age though why the hell was he not playing at least at league two level ?

Fell out with the management at Swindon when he got his chance, and now is in our classic mould of a player with "a point to prove"

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8 hours ago, texanwellfan said:

Was it Hylton ........

........ How did we get him? 

 

1 hour ago, Yorkyred said:

At his age though why the hell was he not playing at least at league two level ?

not sure if you two are asking, whilst knowing the back story, it doesnt really need aired and is readily available, some misdemeanours so to speak

the club definitely seek out players , who are playing at a level 1/2/3 tiers below their history/capability would suggest, but have not achieved their potential, whatever the reason

and offers them a route back up the tiers, The Moors fans loved Hylton, embraced his effort supported him when  he 'tripped up' and it paid off, he's back on track, and hopefully we get to support him taking next step

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9 hours ago, Brazilian said:

 

not sure if you two are asking, whilst knowing the back story, it doesnt really need aired and is readily available, some misdemeanours so to speak

the club definitely seek out players , who are playing at a level 1/2/3 tiers below their history/capability would suggest, but have not achieved their potential, whatever the reason

and offers them a route back up the tiers, The Moors fans loved Hylton, embraced his effort supported him when  he 'tripped up' and it paid off, he's back on track, and hopefully we get to support him taking next step

I had no idea of his history

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For me Campbell and Hylton were the top performers.  I'd separate them by the fact that Hylton also scored a goal.  Hylton it is.

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