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St Mirren Man of the Match

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  1. 1. St Mirren Man of the Match

    • Mark Gillespie
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    • Liam Grimshaw
    • Richard Tait
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    • Peter Hartley
    • Declan Gallagher
    • Barry Maguire
    • Sherwin Seedorf
      0
    • Allan Campbell
    • Devante Cole
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    • Liam Polworth
    • James Scott
    • Jernaine Hylton
      0
    • Christopher Long
    • Christian Illic
      0
    • Null Vote


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Polworth yet again with good performances from McGuire, Campbell, Gallagher and Scott. Not really any failures today with another 3 points in the bag and another clean sheet. COYW. 

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A few to choose from today Polworth, Hartley, Gallagher but I went for Campbell.

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Polworth always caught the eye at Inverness but I didn’t envisage him developing into a playmaker with us so quickly. Him and Campbell together are a joy to watch and the motm award could go to either today while Hartley also make a significant contribution. Polworth just edges it for me though. 

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Classy Liam Polworth. Demonstrated not just the things we know he’s good at, but made a few 40 yard defence-covering runs as well. A goal would have topped it off. Honorable mentions to Campbell, Hartley and Gallagher. 

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Went for Polworth, although if i was to find a criticism it would be that he's so focused on trying to find deft little passes that he overlooks some fantastic opportunities to get a shot away. Particularly in the 2nd half he had two or three chances at the edge of the box to just put the laces through the ball, but instead tried to play a little dink through. Maybe put off by his couple of wild efforts in the first half.

Great player though.

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No failures at all today, first half Gallacher was so comfortable it looked like he was playing in his slippers, second half Hartley was immense. The midfield was very balanced, McGuire looked as if he had been playing that role his whole life and Polworth and Campbell ran the show. I went with Polworth in the end.

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26 minutes ago, Al B said:

Went for Polworth, although if i was to find a criticism it would be that he's so focused on trying to find deft little passes that he overlooks some fantastic opportunities to get a shot away.

Polworth and Campbell both guilty of not pulling the trigger today on a couple of occasions, but thought Polworth was still the best player on the pitch.

 

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Polworth definitely but Hartley, Campbell and big Declan good and Scott for goal..  Maguire nervy start but had good 2nd half

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Alan Campbell never stopped all game and thought he deserved MOM .Glad to see Barry McGuire getting a full game and looking so composed and mature for his age and experience.

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1 hour ago, 2/6 tae get in said:

Alan Campbell never stopped all game and thought he deserved MOM .Glad to see Barry McGuire getting a full game and looking so composed and mature for his age and experience.

I think the last few games Campbell has been excellent and improving is all round game. Turning into Mr Consistency. 

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Voted for Barry because no-one else had, but to be fair he was essentially making his debut in that position, he has had a couple of league cup games against lower league opposition but this is the real stuff, he got robbed a couple of times but in the main was assured, kept the ball moving, made a few forward moves and mopped up at the back too.  A good game.

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Went for James scott for his goal and pieces of skill shown throughout the first half. Assume he was injured when he got subbed off?

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On giving it to McGuire.

Was very close to doing the same, thought he was fantastic and very assured for having so little first team experience.

 

But Polworth was just that good I didn't 

Edited by C&A not the shop

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17 hours ago, texanwellfan said:

I think the last few games Campbell has been excellent and improving is all round game. Turning into Mr Consistency. 

He seems like a different player than he was when he first broke through. I don't see that terrier like hard tackler anymore, he's far more of a forward thinking player whose best work is on the ball rather than off it which was previously the case. 

He was off the boil for long spells last year (in my opinion), so great to see him return to surely one of the first names on the teamsheet. 

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Just now, CoF said:

He seems like a different player than he was when he first broke through. I don't see that terrier like hard tackler anymore, he's far more of a forward thinking player whose best work is on the ball rather than off it which was previously the case. 

He was off the boil for long spells last year (in my opinion), so great to see him return to surely one of the first names on the teamsheet. 

I think at one point last season he was lucky to keep his place in the team. However he’s certainly upped his game now.

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Polworth was my stand-out performer, tremendous game from him. Honourable mentions to Maguire, Campbell, Gallagher and Hartley. 

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