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Man Of The Match: Hamilton (Home, 05 May 2018)


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Man Of The Match: Hamilton (Home, 05 May 2018)  

90 members have voted

  1. 1. Who was your man of the match against Hamilton?

    • Parish
      4
    • Kerr
      38
    • O'Dea
      1
    • Caulker
      11
    • Holt
      15
    • O'Hara
      0
    • Kamara
      3
    • Wighton
      16
    • Murray
      0
    • Deacon
      0
    • McGowan
      2
    • Spence
      0
    • Jefferies
      0
    • Scott
      0


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27 minutes ago, Rivers Cuomo said:

Wighton for me, caused havoc every time he ran at the defence

Semms to  be now oozing confidence (rightly so) & improving (& maturing) with every game.

He's really starting now to put the fear into defenders...Wha't's he gonna be like next season.

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28 minutes ago, islaydarkblue said:

I voted for Kerr but Parish also deserves a mention. I cannot remember the last time a Dundee goalkeeper saved a penalty. I cannot remember seeing Scott Bain saving a penalty in a league or cup game.

Or keeping a clean sheet ?

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8 minutes ago, Abernethy Dee said:

I went for Caulker, cos he is so solid at the back, but it could just as easily been Kerr, Holt, Parrish or Wighton, sorry but I really struggle to see what Deacon brings to the party! Also thought Spence did well second half.

Starting to like Spence more and more.  The boy does love a challenge.

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Parish, Kerr, Holt, Gowser, O'Hara (for playing 40 minutes with two teeth knocked out) and Wighton are all serious contenders, but in a season that he's looked past it, made big errors and taken a lot of stick, I'll vote for O'Dea. A few sticky moments with the ball at his feet, but his leadership, battling spirit and willingness to put his body on the line was vital.

That said, even those I haven't mentioned all gave everything for the shirt today.

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