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RE: PFA Awards Results - 18/4/2011 4:30:50 PM   
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I wouldn't have given it to Bale either, although he's had a good season. I'd have given it to Tevez, Adam or Parker, all of whom have driven their team and been the focal point of their team this season. Nasri has faded and Vidic has made a few too many mistakes for my liking for him to be given the award. But we all know this was voted for a couple of months ago, that's why Bale has been given it. If the vote had occured now then perhaps everyone would have gotten over the hysteria surrounding him.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 18/4/2011 4:59:45 PM   
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I would have said all of the other candidates are more deserving than Bale; he may have produced the best performance, but not the best performances.

Bale has played well whenever I've seen him. He might not have as many assists as other players but he has created more chances than anyone else, It's just that we have crap strikers.

It's also no coincidence that Spurs non-winning streak recently coincided when him and Van der Vaart were injured,

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 18/4/2011 5:29:36 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Epiphany Demon

I would have said all of the other candidates are more deserving than Bale; he may have produced the best performance, but not the best performances.

Bale has played well whenever I've seen him. He might not have as many assists as other players but he has created more chances than anyone else, It's just that we have crap strikers.

It's also no coincidence that Spurs non-winning streak recently coincided when him and Van der Vaart were injured,


He's actually only got one assist in the Premier League this season; that's pretty poor for a winger, but obviously its your strikers faults as well

I just think that he's been out for half the season and can only really remember two or three games he's played exceptionally well in, whereas Modric and Kompany have been consistently brilliant for the whole season.


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RE: PFA Awards Shortlist - 18/4/2011 5:30:23 PM   
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Bale being named POTY is even worse than the last time a spurs player won it. Pathetic.

For me it should have been

1. Vidic
2. Tevez
3. Modric
4. Kompany
5. Nasri

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 18/4/2011 5:42:52 PM   
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He's actually only got one assist in the Premier League this season; that's pretty poor for a winger, but obviously its your strikers faults as well


But that's exactly my point. People look at the stats and say he isn't very good, ignoring the fact it is our strikers that are shit and he has created more chance than anyone else. If we had decent strikers he would be leading the assist table by miles.

It's certainly no worse than Giggs winning it last season for being old.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 18/4/2011 6:02:31 PM   
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Is this player of the 10/11 season or is it player of 2010?  If it's of 2010 it might help to explain the Bale malarky, but it would still be wrong.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 18/4/2011 6:17:06 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Epiphany Demon

He's actually only got one assist in the Premier League this season; that's pretty poor for a winger, but obviously its your strikers faults as well


But that's exactly my point. People look at the stats and say he isn't very good, ignoring the fact it is our strikers that are shit and he has created more chance than anyone else. If we had decent strikers he would be leading the assist table by miles.

It's certainly no worse than Giggs winning it last season for being old.


It's actually worse, seeing as Giggs had never won it and deserved to for his whole career, whereas Bale hasn't had a career.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 5:35:06 PM   
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2011-2012 Nominees:

RvP
David Silva
Sergio Aguero
Joe Hart
Scott Parker
Wayne Rooney



I know I'm biased but it's got to be RvP right?

I'd have it:

1. RvP
2. Scott Parker
3. Wayne Rooney
4. Sergio Aguero
5. Joe Hart
6. David Silva

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 5:46:12 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Your Funny Uncle

2011-2012 Nominees:

RvP
David Silva
Sergio Aguero
Joe Hart
Scott Parker
Wayne Rooney



I know I'm biased but it's got to be RvP right?

I'd have it:

1. RvP
2. Scott Parker
3. Wayne Rooney
4. Sergio Aguero
5. Joe Hart
6. David Silva


Yep.
RVP has to win it,he's basically caried Arsenal this season.
Scott Parker,hmm Im not sure he deserves to be on that list.Dont get me wrong he's had a decent season but I dont think he has been one of the very best in the PL this year.
How Kompany,Valencia,Mata,Demba Ba,Holt and Krul didnt make the list god only knows.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 5:48:48 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: OPEN YOUR EYES


quote:

ORIGINAL: Your Funny Uncle

2011-2012 Nominees:

RvP
David Silva
Sergio Aguero
Joe Hart
Scott Parker
Wayne Rooney



I know I'm biased but it's got to be RvP right?

I'd have it:

1. RvP
2. Scott Parker
3. Wayne Rooney
4. Sergio Aguero
5. Joe Hart
6. David Silva


Yep.
RVP has to win it,he's basically caried Arsenal this season.
Scott Parker,hmm Im not sure he deserves to be on that list.Dont get me wrong he's had a decent season but I dont think he has been one of the very best in the PL this year.
How Kompany,Valencia,Mata,Demba Ba,Holt and Krul didnt make the list god only knows.


Well Mata has been too inconsistent, Valencia was injured a lot (its voted for in Feb IIRC) Demba Ba and Holt? God only knows they have been brilliant all year. Krul is a half decent shout but what about Vorn for Swansea..has been great all season. As has Leon Britton.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 5:49:49 PM   
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Very surprised Mata's not in and I agree about Scott Parker too.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 5:50:02 PM   
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doh!,how could I forget it was voted by the players.
Still surpised by the Kompany snub though.Best PL defender this year imo.
Clint Dempsey?

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 6:10:03 PM   
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Hart and Parker above Szczesny and Arteta/Song? Nice pisstake PFA.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 6:12:48 PM   
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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 6:35:55 PM   
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Hart and Parker above Szczesny and Arteta/Song? Nice pisstake PFA.


You mean you don't like Hart? You kept that one quiet.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 6:40:42 PM   
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No Cabaye or Dempsey, lol. RvP for the win, I can recognise how fucked we'd be without him.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 6:48:11 PM   
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No Cabaye or Dempsey, lol. RvP for the win, I can recognise how fucked we'd be without him.


I think Song has been important for Arsenal too.
But I think he is a better forward midfielder than that of a defensive one.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 6:48:40 PM   
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Hart and Parker above Szczesny and Arteta/Song? Nice pisstake PFA.


You mean you don't like Hart? You kept that one quiet.


I don't dislike him, but by not being English I am able to form an unbiased opinion of him.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 6:49:51 PM   
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I'd go with Van Persie, though maybe that's 'cos for some reason I seem to have watched Arsenal more than any other team (apart from Newcastle, obviously) this season.
If they do finish third that's a hell of an achievment considering the dissaray they were in and I'd put it largely down to his goals and workrate.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 6:56:04 PM   
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RVP for the win, though the rest of the nominees leave something to be desired.

Scott Parker, really? Over Cabaye or Britton or Song? Joe Hart over Krul or Vorm? 3 City players and no Kompany?

I'd slot in Dempsey over Rooney and find a place for Scholes.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 7:03:38 PM   
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It's RvP by a mile, isn't it? I'd have liked to have seen Britton or Dyer get a nomination. Silva has been brilliant, but has gone missing a lot too.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 7:05:50 PM   
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Silva's decline has been down to being played every week, sadly. You'd think when you spend 20m+ on a benchwarmer in his position, you might think to rotate a bit.

Also, the lack of Alex Song is indeed a joke. He's been amazing.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 7:31:39 PM   
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Nice to hear Cabaye getting mentioned as a notable omission but I'm sure he'll get over the snub as very soon I'll be presenting him with the 2011/12 Dreamiest Midfielder Award (devised and voted for by a panel of judges comprising me and me).

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 7:48:31 PM   
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It's got to be van Persie. Nobody else comes close apart from Aguero. Rooney has been good but as always there's a few inclusions that are surprising. Hart hasn't been the best keeper in the league, Silva has dropped off massively and Parker just seems to have the reputation Terry once had - Mr England, Captain Fantastic, Man of the People, Let's Nominate Him for Everything. Not that Parker hasn't been good, I just think there's far more deserving players.

The biggest mistake as always is holding this vote so early.

As for young player I'd have Aguero, although Walker has been really good too.

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RE: PFA Awards Results - 16/4/2012 7:56:01 PM   
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It's got to be van Persie. Nobody else comes close apart from Aguero. Rooney has been good but as always there's a few inclusions that are surprising. Hart hasn't been the best keeper in the league, Silva has dropped off massively and Parker just seems to have the reputation Terry once had - Mr England, Captain Fantastic, Man of the People, Let's Nominate Him for Everything. Not that Parker hasn't been good, I just think there's far more deserving players.

The biggest mistake as always is holding this vote so early.

As for young player I'd have Aguero, although Walker has been really good too.


Yep its a daft case of poor timing.I really dont see why they cant change it till the end of the current campaign.
Still unsure over Walker this season.I thought he played better last year for Villa.

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