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Cheltenham Town (a): Vital Lincoln City Man of The Match

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Following the 2-1 win versus Cheltenham Town at Whaddon Road in League One, I asked the Vital Lincoln City members to nominate who they believe was City’s Man of the Match. On this occasion, four players were nominated within 24 hours following the thread being started. Those players were: Joe Taylor, Freddie Draper, Paudie O’Connor and Adam Jackson. Thank you to those who voted!

Following the nominations, we opened the poll up to everyone and this is how it finished:

Here are some of the views from the nominations thread:

bbh 11: “Good display from POC but I virtually always go for a defensive player as myself and my son played there. Today I am going for Joe Taylor who had the X factor. Without the equaliser and the efforts on goal, I don’t think the self-belief would have been there.”

PWould: “Joe Taylor followed closely by Joe Taylor, with Joe Taylor in third. A no-brainer. He changed the game in our favour.”

evenstephen: “Jackson – Hir first start for a while and was excellent in the air and with the tackle when needed.”

August 2023:

Bolton Wanderers (a): Ethan Hamilton: 74 votes (89%).
Notts County (a – LC): Danny Mândroiu: 47 votes (62%).
Wycombe Wanderers (h): Danny Mândroiu: 44 votes (79%).
Northampton Town (a): Reeco Hackett-Fairchild: 28 votes (70%).
Shrewsbury Town (a): Ethan Hamilton: 20 votes (35%).
Blackpool (h): Sean Roughan: 54 votes (61%).
Sheffield United (a – LC): Alex Mitchell: 41 votes (47%).

September 2023:

Bristol Rovers (a): Sean Roughan: 12 votes (60%).
Carlisle United (h): Sean Roughan: 26 votes (59%).
Derby County (a – EFL Trophy): Oisin Gallagher: 20 votes (87%).
Portsmouth (a): Jack Burroughs: 23 votes (79%).
West Ham United (h – LC): Ethan Hamilton: 26 votes (31%).
Cheltenham Town (h): Lasse Sørensen: 24 votes (71%).

October 2023:

Peterborough United (a): Lukas Jensen: 13 votes (50%).
Wolves U21s (h – EFL Trophy): Jack Burroughs: 13 votes (52%).
Burton Albion (h): Ethan Erhahon: 8 votes (62%).
Fleetwood Town (a): Alex Mitchell: 28 votes (67%).
Charlton Athletic (h): Lasse Sørensen: 17 votes (65%).
Exeter City (a): Lukas Jensen (no other nominations received).
Oxford United (h): Adam Jackson: 33 votes (46%).

November 2023:

Morecambe (h – FA Cup): Alistair Smith (no other nominations received).
Notts County (h – EFL Trophy): Dylan Duffy: 25 votes (86%).
Port Vale (h): Lukas Jensen: 16 votes (62%).
Stevenage (a): TJ Eyoma: 26 votes (67%).
Leyton Orient (a): Lukas Jensen: 42 votes (71%).
Barnsley (h): TJ Eyoma: 30 votes (79%).
Cambridge United (a): Ethan Erhahon: 24 votes (42%).

December 2023:

Wigan Athletic (a): Ethan Hamilton: 10 votes (53%).
Accrington Stanley (a – EFL Trophy): Lukas Jensen: 18 votes (86%).
Reading (h): Adam Jackson: 26 votes (96%).
Derby County (a): Ethan Hamilton: 21 votes (62%).
Bolton Wanderers (h): Ethan Hamilton: 11 votes (85%).
Northampton Town (h): TJ Eyoma: 15 votes (88%).

January 2024:

Blackpool (a): Dylan Duffy: 15 votes (88%).
Wycombe Wanderers (a): Reeco Hackett-Fairchild/Alex Mitchell: 29 votes each (28% each).
Derby County (h): Alex Mitchell: 58 votes (44%).
Peterborough United (h): Alex Mitchell: 33 votes (52%).

February 2024:

Burton Albion (a): Reeco Hackett-Fairchild: 12 votes (63%).
Fleetwood Town (h): Teddy Bishop: 26 votes (81%).
Charlton Athletic (a): Lukas Jensen: 20 votes (61%).
Exeter City (h): Ben House: 15 votes (50%).
Port Vale (a): Ethan Erhahon: 24 votes (39%).
Shrewsbury Town (h): Reeco Hackett-Fairchild: 16 votes (32%).

March 2024:

Stevenage (h): Sean Roughan: 9 votes (47%).
Barnsley (a): Jack Moylan: 137 votes (71%).
Cambridge United (h): Jack Moylan: 51 votes (55%).
Bristol Rovers (h): Lukas Jensen: 81 votes (63%).
Leyton Orient (h): Alex Mitchell: 61 votes (79%).

April 2024:

Carlisle United (a): Teddy Bishop: 69 votes (49%).
Reading (a): Freddie Draper: 25 votes (35%).
Wigan Athletic (h): Ethan Erhahon: 14 votes (61%).
Oxford United (a): Sean Roughan: 9 votes (38%).

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QUIZ: How much can you remember from the match at Whaddon Road in March 2023? Have a go below!

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