Often Partisan

Player of the Season 2012 Launch

This week will see the launch of the Often Partisan player of the season poll for 2012.

Over the next six days I will be writing an article a day about one of the six players I have nominated for the prize, talking about what they have done this season and why I believe that they should be up for the award.

Next Sunday, I will be opening a poll so that you the reader can vote for one of those players to win the inaugural Often Partisan player of the season award. The post announcing the poll will also contain links to each of the pen-pictures I’ve written so you can refresh your memory.

Hopefully, I’ll be presenting the winner of the award with the trophy before the end of April.


8 Responses to “Player of the Season 2012 Launch”

  • alexjhurley says:

    But surely we all know zigic is gonna win :)

  • jazzzy786 says:

    For me Chris Burke

  • Sam says:

    Burke or Davies for me.

  • Bluehobba says:

    Murphy is your man.. injured or not

  • Berkshire Blue says:

    Will be interesting to see who your 6 nominations are. For me it would be Caldwell, Davies, Murphy, Burke, Fahey and King.

  • Kelly says:

    Davies wins by a mile — he is like a rock at the back….and always consistent.
    Fahey — most improved player… Since those idiots booed him before he even got on the pitch, he has definately silenced them — he seems to be always where the ball goes and isn’t afraid to get stuck in anymore.
    Caldwell — He’s done extremely well this season although Davies edges it over him.
    Burke — two months ago he was brilliant…..gave it all every game but lately, he’s gone off the boil – always looking for a foul. He needs to just get on with the game and if the ref blows…..THEN stop – same goes for King with me…..King can’t control the ball too good when its passed to him from the air and he’s not strong enough. 9 times out of 10 he gets bullied off the ball. – great finish against Cov though.
    Murphy – Can’t believe he only got regular first team cos Ridgewell was out. I’d say he is maybe the most dedicated in the squad.

    Essay over :D

  • roskoe says:

    Spector has been very good this season, as has Murphy, when fit he is a class act. Burke is a constant thorn in opposition defence’s sides. Myhill has done a good job in goal while Davis has been excellent in front of him (and in front of goal). The most exciting player has been Redmond for me, not because he has necessarily been amazing or owt like that, I just appreciate how much of a lift he can give the fans when he comes off the bench, knowing that he could do anything. Also for important goals he has done well for us. I am glad there is still a little time to decide though as I feel as a unit all the Blues players can hold thier heads up high for a good collective effort so far, and that makes it hard to single one player out.


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