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Man of the Match: Notts County 3-1 Cheltenham Town, 18 November 2017

Joe Jones

Who was your man of the match for Notts County against Cheltenham Town?  

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  1. 1. Who was your man of the match for Notts County against Cheltenham Town?

    • Ross Fitzsimons
    • Matt Tootle
    • Richard Duffy
    • Shaun Brisley
    • Carl Dickinson
    • Terry Hawkridge
    • Ryan Yates
    • Rob Milsom
    • Jorge Grant
    • Jon Stead
    • Shola Ameobi
    • Alan Smith
    • Liam Walker
    • Lewis Alessandra

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Despite strong competition from Dickinson, Brisley, Ameobi and Grant, my vote goes to Ryan Yates.  He was the target of several rough challenges, but just dusted himself down and went back in twice as hard.  He was involved all over the pitch and seems to run on Duracell batteries.  He is just the sort of 100% player I love to see in the black and white stripes, and the best compliment I could give him is to say he reminds me of Neal Bishop.

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I thought Dickinson was very poor the first half, he was a noticeable weak link but did alright in the second half.

Milsom and Grant drove Notts forward, with the latter being my Man of the Match. He deserved a hattrick, but literally cut the opposition open.

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Gone with Yates as well, as I thought he had a really good game. Nearly gave it to Brisley as he was solid at the back and just keeps it nice and simple. Thought Shola was our best player first half, but he tired in the second.

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