Question: Who was TEF Man of the Match?
Fryer - 16 (55.2%)
Hunt - 0 (0%)
Odimayo - 0 (0%)
Baudry - 0 (0%)
Curran - 2 (6.9%)
Iandolo - 0 (0%)
Haines - 1 (3.4%)
M Smith - 2 (6.9%)
Stevens - 0 (0%)
J Smith - 3 (10.3%)
Pitman - 0 (0%)
Broadbent - 5 (17.2%)
Total Voters: 27

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Red Frog
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« on: Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 20:43:50 »

Quite enjoyed that. One or two players may have played themselves into the squad for Saturday.

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« Reply #1 on: Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 20:56:16 »

As did I. A few thoughts:-

- A back 3 made us more solid. Would keep that for Sat with Cads coming in for Curran, Ak in one of the CB roles.
- Broadbent made a difference & look in good condition. Has he been fit longer than we were lead to believe. I think so.
- Fryer must play Saturday. Looked assured & the back 3 didn’t look nervous. Think Kovar needs to be take out of the firing line.
- Stevens to play off Pitman as I think he can do that role & has pace to burn
- Finallly, this is Swindon after all so one swallow doesn’t make a summer (or perhaps winter).
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« Reply #2 on: Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 21:20:56 »

Having a keeper that makes saves felt good.

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« Reply #3 on: Wednesday, November 11, 2020, 09:48:26 »

Difficult to away MotM for me as there were 3 or 4 deserving winners, Johnny Smith for his pestering of their defence all game, fryer for being the keeper we have been crying out for all season, claiming crosses and making a few good saves, Matt Smith for totally controlling midfield and getting better game to game.

But for me I have to give it to Broadbent, struggled at times under Wellens hardly put a foot wrong after 9 months without a game and scoring the winner in injury time.

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