Who was your Albion man-of-the-match?

The Argus: Rohan Ince in action for Albion tonight Rohan Ince in action for Albion tonight

Who was your Albion man-of-the-match tonight?

Rohan Ince got the sponsors’ vote and certainly had a good game in midfield.

Leo Ulloa was the Seagulls’ matchwinner again while Matthew Upson was the pick of an excellent backline.

Let us know who you thought played well.

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12:25am Wed 12 Feb 14

Chi Gull says...

Yet again - why put this up when its all been said on previous threads?
Yet again - why put this up when its all been said on previous threads? Chi Gull

12:34am Wed 12 Feb 14

championshipgull says...

Joint award, Kuszczak, Greer and Upson for keeping yet another clean sheet. They didn’t put a foot or hand wrong. International class all three of them and deserve more recognition
Joint award, Kuszczak, Greer and Upson for keeping yet another clean sheet. They didn’t put a foot or hand wrong. International class all three of them and deserve more recognition championshipgull

5:00am Wed 12 Feb 14

twonk says...

The man that changed the game.
The man that changed the game. twonk

6:29am Wed 12 Feb 14

Fozzyboy says...

It made a nice change from the player who scored the goals. I thought March was up there too. Speaking of which, I think Buckley will struggle to get his place back the way Solly is playing.
It made a nice change from the player who scored the goals. I thought March was up there too. Speaking of which, I think Buckley will struggle to get his place back the way Solly is playing. Fozzyboy

7:51am Wed 12 Feb 14

Brighton Scot says...

Gordon Greer everyone was on is case after the Donny game and last night he showed true class
Gordon Greer everyone was on is case after the Donny game and last night he showed true class Brighton Scot

9:38am Wed 12 Feb 14

Hector66 says...

greer great leader and terrific championship centre-half, imo,
greer great leader and terrific championship centre-half, imo, Hector66

9:57am Wed 12 Feb 14

Hammershead says...

I am not Greer's biggest fan this season, however yesterday he was solid, great distribution and alongside Upson, bossed McCorrmack. It's Greer for me
I am not Greer's biggest fan this season, however yesterday he was solid, great distribution and alongside Upson, bossed McCorrmack. It's Greer for me Hammershead

10:57am Wed 12 Feb 14

WestStander17 says...

I, for once, agreed with the sponsors. Solly March was great again but the fact that Rohan played the full 90 clinched it for me.

As has been said, Kuszczak, Upson and Greer were all solid.

Lots of fuss over McCormack before the game but I think we have the better centre-forward. Hopefully, the man from Argentina keeps getting chances as I'm confident he will put them away.
I, for once, agreed with the sponsors. Solly March was great again but the fact that Rohan played the full 90 clinched it for me. As has been said, Kuszczak, Upson and Greer were all solid. Lots of fuss over McCormack before the game but I think we have the better centre-forward. Hopefully, the man from Argentina keeps getting chances as I'm confident he will put them away. WestStander17

12:02pm Wed 12 Feb 14

gilbertthecat says...

Brighton Scot wrote:
Gordon Greer everyone was on is case after the Donny game and last night he showed true class
Yes, lots of people, including me, have been less than ecstatic with GG over a period of several games, including but not just Doncaster. However, players don't get invited to play for their national team by being (generally) rubbish, so we know it's not just BHA think he's got what it takes. Gives more reason to be much happier with him last night, alongside MU, in keeping things tighter at the back. Can't underestimate the efforts of SW and the great (my opinion) IG as well. Of course players make mistakes during games, nobody is perfect, but it's how they react during a game and into the next ones that count. Same applies for the rest of the team of course.

For me the MoM was between RI and SM. RI just edged it by being on all game.
[quote][p][bold]Brighton Scot[/bold] wrote: Gordon Greer everyone was on is case after the Donny game and last night he showed true class[/p][/quote]Yes, lots of people, including me, have been less than ecstatic with GG over a period of several games, including but not just Doncaster. However, players don't get invited to play for their national team by being (generally) rubbish, so we know it's not just BHA think he's got what it takes. Gives more reason to be much happier with him last night, alongside MU, in keeping things tighter at the back. Can't underestimate the efforts of SW and the great (my opinion) IG as well. Of course players make mistakes during games, nobody is perfect, but it's how they react during a game and into the next ones that count. Same applies for the rest of the team of course. For me the MoM was between RI and SM. RI just edged it by being on all game. gilbertthecat

2:37pm Wed 12 Feb 14

Howie2 says...

Gordon was dominant last night and needed to be. McCormack was never given a sniff and it showed that Leeds, like us are very much relying on one man for their goals. GG for me. Nice also to see Orlandi coming back to some form.
Gordon was dominant last night and needed to be. McCormack was never given a sniff and it showed that Leeds, like us are very much relying on one man for their goals. GG for me. Nice also to see Orlandi coming back to some form. Howie2

2:51pm Wed 12 Feb 14

tinker111 says...

Ince by a long way and should have been M O M V Doncaster
Ince by a long way and should have been M O M V Doncaster tinker111

2:54pm Wed 12 Feb 14

tinker111 says...

Ince by a long way and he should have been M O M V Doncaster
Ince by a long way and he should have been M O M V Doncaster tinker111

5:22pm Wed 12 Feb 14

mickagull says...

Howie2 wrote:
Gordon was dominant last night and needed to be. McCormack was never given a sniff and it showed that Leeds, like us are very much relying on one man for their goals. GG for me. Nice also to see Orlandi coming back to some form.
I agree with you about King Gorden, but I thought Orlandi was poor last night.
[quote][p][bold]Howie2[/bold] wrote: Gordon was dominant last night and needed to be. McCormack was never given a sniff and it showed that Leeds, like us are very much relying on one man for their goals. GG for me. Nice also to see Orlandi coming back to some form.[/p][/quote]I agree with you about King Gorden, but I thought Orlandi was poor last night. mickagull

9:37pm Wed 12 Feb 14

namgo49 says...

Fozzyboy wrote:
It made a nice change from the player who scored the goals. I thought March was up there too. Speaking of which, I think Buckley will struggle to get his place back the way Solly is playing.
Sorry, I thought March ws a lightweight and pretty ineffectual. Ince was immense and rightly got the Sponsor's MOM award.
[quote][p][bold]Fozzyboy[/bold] wrote: It made a nice change from the player who scored the goals. I thought March was up there too. Speaking of which, I think Buckley will struggle to get his place back the way Solly is playing.[/p][/quote]Sorry, I thought March ws a lightweight and pretty ineffectual. Ince was immense and rightly got the Sponsor's MOM award. namgo49

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