Who was MOTM?

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  1. John Peachy

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    There were some very good performances today. I though Brown did really well in Potts position. He's not the finished article, but there is a very talented footballer in there.
     
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    Joint McGeehan, mowatt, pinnock and Williams for me
     
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    Agreed on this - I can see him and Cavare working well together down that flank. He’s got pace to burn.
     
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    Another thing I noticed about Brown, and credit to the coaching staff here, was that we put him in a defensive position when we had a corner. He's quick enough to stifle any counter attack and there were a few occasions where he got us back on the attack by getting a tackle in as Bradford came away with the ball.
     
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    McGeehan deserved it. Cavare a close second, but good performances all round. Woodrow's performance was probably the only one I could criticse - must be the 'player of the month' curse.
     
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    I think Woodrow is desperate to score again, hence him taking the free kick at Burnley when Mowatt probably would have scored the second try and this may be affecting him adversely.
     
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    Agreed. The 2 PDF them hardly put a foot wrong all game.
     
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    How good is it that we had so many different players viaing for the man of the match, there’s been many occasion where irs been difficult to pick a mom for totally different reasons but yesterday was a total team performance, I’d got McGeegan as mine closing followed by Cavare, but massive shout out for Mowatt, Brown and Williams
     
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    Totally agree.
    Woodrow had an off day and Davies had little to do. Other than that, it could have been anyone's.
    Could have put the other nine names in a hat, but I do think we're seeing McGeehan at his best now he's got the freedom to move forward rather than covering Dougall.
    Like Bucks Fizz said, My Cameron Never Lies...or was it camera??
     
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