Date: 27th October 2013 at 2:25pm
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City managed to keep themselves in the hat for this season’s FA Cup courtesy of Andrew Boyce’s leveller. But how did City stack up against their opponents from the Conference North?

City managed to keep themselves in the hat for this season’s FA Cup courtesy of Andrew Boyce’s leveller. But how did City stack up against their opponents from the Conference North?

The short answer when looking at the player ratings is undoubtedly: not that well.

One man who never seems to falter is Tom Miller, who came out on top (again) with a mark of 7.14 and gained a couple of 8s in the process. Not bad when you compare that with some of the others! Miller took the cake from substitute Conner Robinson who scored 6.43 after coming on as a second half substitute. BrownImp noted that Robinson ‘was a breath of fresh air’ while Bumbleimp said that he upped the tempo. Elsewhere, and Sean Newton and Paul Farman shared third with scores of 6.29, while new boy Marlon Jackson edged over 6 with a mark of 6.14

Less impressive were Nick Wright (3.86) and substitute Bohan Dixon (4.00). No wonder we are looking a bit toothless if our forward players are coming up with scores like that! Imping could only offer the latter a score of 1 for his cameo. In midfield Alan Power (5.14) and Luke Foster (4.86) were certainly off the pace – where is Mo Fofana?

In terms of posters and BrownImp scored the lowest (5.07) while CrazyTuba came out top with 6.07 – having avoided the top score for a few weeks!

Full ratings are as follows:

Farman 6.29
Miller 7.14
Boyce 6.29
Brown 5.71
Newton 6.29
Foster 4.86
Nolan 5.71
Tomlinson 5.43
Power 5.14
Jackson 6.14
Wright 3.86

Subs: Dixon (4.00), Robinson (6.29), Fairhurst (5.29)

 

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