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Vital Posh MOTM -Vs- Kidderminster Harriers (Poll)


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The Vital Posh Man of the Match Poll is now up and running for the FA Cup Third Round match between Kidderminster Harriers and Peterborough United.





Posh started this match off very nervously and could`ve gone behind very early on when the impressive Joe Lolley fired in a shot which defender Shaun Brisley diverted onto the cross-bar.

The first half performance by Posh was very poor but they improve in the second half as they dominated large parts of the second half just as Harriers dominated the first half.

A draw was a fair result on a difficult playing surface but Posh nearly snatched a win at the end when a Lee Tomlin freekick hit the cross bar and in the melee that followed, the ball struck the woodwork two more times with the ball being cleared off the line a couple of times as well!

Surprisingly Darren Ferguson didn`t make any changes in an attempt to win the match, instead he "played safe" by keeping the status quo. Having said that, there was very little experience on the bench apart from Grant McCann and Danny Swanson and the majority of the others that were on the bench are expected to take part in the crucial FA Youth Cup match against Arsenal on Monday evening.

What did you think to the players performance?

Rate the players below and the player with the best rating will win the Man of the Match.



The poll is open until noon on Saturday [11th January].


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Writer: mwl1967 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 5 2014

Time: 9:00PM

 

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