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Man of the Match - Wayne Routledge

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Queens Park Rangers supporters (except Superhoop50!) have voted Wayne Routledge as the Man of the Match against Derby County.

The R's wide-man turned in another classy display in front of the BBC cameras to put the Rams to the sword.

His pacey and purposeful running tore the Rams rearguard to sunder as Rangers ran riot in a thrilling second period at Pride Park.

He narrowly pipped Superhoop50's pick for the prize, Alejandro Faurlín who came just 4% in the final reckoning.

The top three were as follows in descending order:

1. Wayne Routledge - 31%
2. Alejandro Damián Faurlín - 27%
3. Adel Taarabt - 18%

You said:

Superhoop50: 'I voted for Faurlin. Thought he was brilliant on Saturday as was Mahon.'

' This lad gets better every week. Seems to have all the time in the world and hardly ever gives the ball away. Seems to quietly pop up everywhere. Due a goal which I reckon will arrive soon.'

Lenny367: 'Faurlin...gets better and bettter...so calm and assured....'

southernhoop: ' My man of the match has to be Gavin Mahon.

'Never been his greatest fan but in the middle of the park with Faurlin looked absolute quality, they were so solid which allows the flair players to try things without worrying about messing up. Faurlin just oozes class, but I'm giving it to Gav as he's not a £3.5 million signing!'

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 27 2009

Time: 10:59AM

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I voted Faurlin too. He is just what we need in midfield. When Rowlands does come back from injury there will be no space for him in the first 11.
LeeCookFan
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27/10/2009 12:29:00

i think Adel, Buz, Routledge and Faurlin are a fantsatstic foursome with Jay up front wow
ozanne park rangers
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27/10/2009 20:32:00

i think we have healthy competition in every area, i mean where is cook going to fit in????? never thought i'd ask that question!!!
lower loft
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27/10/2009 20:34:00

Welcome Lower Loft - I agree mate, tough one!
Boxer
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28/10/2009 00:49:00

 

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