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Glentoran Man of the Match

Glentoran Man of the Match  

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  1. 1. Glentoran Man of the Match

    • Trevor Carson
      7
    • Liam Grimshaw
      0
    • Stephen O'Donnell
      8
    • Ricki Lamie
      0
    • Bevis Mugabe
      7
    • Declan Gallagher
      0
    • Mark O'Hara
      0
    • Allan Campbell
      0
    • Christopher Long
      20
    • Liam Polworth
      22
    • Callum Lang
      1
    • Sherwin Seedorf
      0
    • Tony Watt
      4
    • Harry Robinson
      0


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I don't usually vote if I'm just watching a stream, but I suppose everyone is in the same boat now.

Long for me, just ahead of Polworth. I thought Watt added a spark when he came on too and, of course, Trev's save in the first half prevented a mini crisis.

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Mainyl based on the second half performances, decent from Polworth, Long, O'Donnell... but I enjoyed Mugabi's 90 minutes. Won everything, kept his passing simple. 

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I almost voted for Carson for the save in the first half or Grimshaw just for the meltdown but went for Polworth in the end, just shading out Long.

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13 minutes ago, grumpy said:

I almost voted for Carson for the save in the first half

I voted for him anyway. I wouldn't have backed us to get back in the game if that had gone in.

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A few people had good second halfs. I felt one player had a solid 90 minutes so I gave it to Mugabi. Thought Gallagher was very poor in comparison..

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Mugabi is the most improved player so far this season but it was good to see Christopher Long smiling tonight. He looks to be finding his fitness and benefited from having a strike partner. Motm for me. 

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Went for a polworth. With all the other crap going on and his lack of game time I thought he stepped up and played well, some better corners and Done well to react quickly for his goal. 
Feel sorry for Grimshaw. Great attitude and I’ve liked him playing despite All the criticism he has had but so far this season he has really struggled and just not good enough to keep his place. Hopefully he’ll pick up as the season progresses and put in some good performances when called upon. 

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Was between O'Donnell, Campbell and Polworth for me. But has to be O'Donnell for that strike!

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Good to see a range of options for a change. I went for long because he ran all game and confirmed what we all know, that he plays better in a front 2. 

Polworth had a good game too, and will be a key player again this season. 

Have to agree with the shouts for Mugabi, he has improved and is growing in confidence on the ball.

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16 minutes ago, fizoxy said:

Good to see a range of options for a change. I went for long because he ran all game and confirmed what we all know, that he plays better in a front 2. 

Polworth had a good game too, and will be a key player again this season. 

Have to agree with the shouts for Mugabi, he has improved and is growing in confidence on the ball.

Agree but I don’t think Mugabi has really been put under a lot of pressure to see how well he really defends. Let’s hope he comes through with shining colors on Sunday. 

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Pass marks for Long, Polworth, Mugabi, ODonnell and Carson. 

For MOM between Long and Polworth. The latter shows he makes us tick sometimes and is more a creator of chances for others than even Turnbull was. Long had a very decent game. Granted the opposition was not great but he was back to causing the defence troubles running in behind and glad he got his goal. Watt for me also did well when he came on. Again less pressure when you are several goals to the good and v 10 men but a goal and more so his assist for Long meant it was a decent contribution. 

I will go for Long but by a bawhair over Polworth, 

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Carson for me. 

As much as the game swung on the sending off if he doesn't save the header in the first half I don't see us coming back. 

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Your choices for Glentoran:-

1. Liam Polworth

2. Christopher Long

3. Stephen O'Donnell

 

Which gives a total after Game 6 :

Allan Campbell 9pts (2 MOTM)

Trevor Carson 6pts (1 MOTM)

David Turnbull 6pts (1 MOTM)

Sherwin Seedorf 4pts (1 MOTM)

Liam Polworth 3pts (1 MOTM)

Bevis Mugabe 3pts

Stephen O'Donnell 3pts

Nathan McGinley 2pts

Christopher Long 2pts

Mark O'Hara 2pts

Declan Gallagher 1pt

Jordan White 1pt

Ricki Lamie 1pt

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