Who was Albion's top man at Huddersfield?

Oscar Garcia chats to Huddersfield boss Mark Robins today

Oscar Garcia chats to Huddersfield boss Mark Robins today

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Albion ground out a point at Huddersfield today. But who was the pick of the bunch?

Does your vote go to Bruno, who did his bit at the back and scored that precious equaliser?

Did you prefer Leo Ulloa’s graft up front?

Or was your top man in midfield or at the back?

We have put together a five-man shortlist.

Vote for your man and give us your views.

And let us know if your pick is not there.

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7:59pm Fri 18 Apr 14

WiseOldSeagull says...

Bruno was terrific tonight and was desperately needed for width when we switched to the diamond. CMS was lively when he came on and clearly has a point to prove.

3 games to go and we are up against teams that we are expected to beat including Forest. We are not at our best when we play teams that we are expected to beat. So something needs to change mentally in order to get the results. We need to be at it. I think we will be because for the first time we actually have a full squad to chose from if Buckers, Hoskers and Matty are available for selection. This puts pressure on the players wearing the shirts to keep their shirts. Good for the team.

No complacency and we will be in the play-offs. Then anything could happen.

TK has been a bit grumpy for a while it seems. When I watch his body language during a game, his altercations with his defence and blanking the players this seems like a man who has already decided his future. That is a shame because he could have been with us in the EPL. He has done all of the hard work why throw your toys out of the pram at the last chance saloon? Don't burn your bridges Tomas you could be with us in the Prem.
Bruno was terrific tonight and was desperately needed for width when we switched to the diamond. CMS was lively when he came on and clearly has a point to prove. 3 games to go and we are up against teams that we are expected to beat including Forest. We are not at our best when we play teams that we are expected to beat. So something needs to change mentally in order to get the results. We need to be at it. I think we will be because for the first time we actually have a full squad to chose from if Buckers, Hoskers and Matty are available for selection. This puts pressure on the players wearing the shirts to keep their shirts. Good for the team. No complacency and we will be in the play-offs. Then anything could happen. TK has been a bit grumpy for a while it seems. When I watch his body language during a game, his altercations with his defence and blanking the players this seems like a man who has already decided his future. That is a shame because he could have been with us in the EPL. He has done all of the hard work why throw your toys out of the pram at the last chance saloon? Don't burn your bridges Tomas you could be with us in the Prem. WiseOldSeagull
  • Score: 11

8:33pm Fri 18 Apr 14

challster says...

A point gained, which could be vital
In the final run in. Not am easy game, Huddersfield frustrated us at home and did the same away, why? Because they are one of the teams that put 11 behind the ball and hope for a break. I was frustrated for us today as it was clear that this was Huddersfields game plan. All sides playing for their right to avoid the drop will no doubt do the same. In the end we did well to come away with the point, but of course like all I would have preferred the win. Esp as Bournemouth and reading both dropped points. Hats off to Bruno for undoing Hudd eventually! And great tactical changes by Oscar which lead to the eventual goal.

A note on big Tom. I too saw the body language, I think it would be a real shame to see him bow out at the end of the season. He is an excellent keeper who is doing a great job. I believe in this instance the suits should have drawn up a new contract for him already. And not waited until end of season. If you want to vote for Tomaz to be our number 1 for the next 3 years or more. Get behind this post and cast your vote. I for one would like to see home with us as we move towards our premier status. This IS the 'keep Big Tom ' campaign !! I rate the fella up there with the great Peter Ward!
A point gained, which could be vital In the final run in. Not am easy game, Huddersfield frustrated us at home and did the same away, why? Because they are one of the teams that put 11 behind the ball and hope for a break. I was frustrated for us today as it was clear that this was Huddersfields game plan. All sides playing for their right to avoid the drop will no doubt do the same. In the end we did well to come away with the point, but of course like all I would have preferred the win. Esp as Bournemouth and reading both dropped points. Hats off to Bruno for undoing Hudd eventually! And great tactical changes by Oscar which lead to the eventual goal. A note on big Tom. I too saw the body language, I think it would be a real shame to see him bow out at the end of the season. He is an excellent keeper who is doing a great job. I believe in this instance the suits should have drawn up a new contract for him already. And not waited until end of season. If you want to vote for Tomaz to be our number 1 for the next 3 years or more. Get behind this post and cast your vote. I for one would like to see home with us as we move towards our premier status. This IS the 'keep Big Tom ' campaign !! I rate the fella up there with the great Peter Ward! challster
  • Score: 32

11:03pm Fri 18 Apr 14

Gazza by the sea says...

I can only assume the Argus were not at the game today with those nominations - although genuinely difficult to nominate anyone in a very below par performance. Solly had probably his least effective performance in an Albion shirt - regularly conceding possession. And whilst Gordon is pretty solid defensively, if he didn't consistently lump the ball blindly forward to the opposition he would give himself a much less busy afternoon.

Best to consign the game to history and move on. Once again, others incompetence keeps us in there.
I can only assume the Argus were not at the game today with those nominations - although genuinely difficult to nominate anyone in a very below par performance. Solly had probably his least effective performance in an Albion shirt - regularly conceding possession. And whilst Gordon is pretty solid defensively, if he didn't consistently lump the ball blindly forward to the opposition he would give himself a much less busy afternoon. Best to consign the game to history and move on. Once again, others incompetence keeps us in there. Gazza by the sea
  • Score: 0

3:57am Sat 19 Apr 14

Money for nothing says...

challster wrote:
A point gained, which could be vital
In the final run in. Not am easy game, Huddersfield frustrated us at home and did the same away, why? Because they are one of the teams that put 11 behind the ball and hope for a break. I was frustrated for us today as it was clear that this was Huddersfields game plan. All sides playing for their right to avoid the drop will no doubt do the same. In the end we did well to come away with the point, but of course like all I would have preferred the win. Esp as Bournemouth and reading both dropped points. Hats off to Bruno for undoing Hudd eventually! And great tactical changes by Oscar which lead to the eventual goal.

A note on big Tom. I too saw the body language, I think it would be a real shame to see him bow out at the end of the season. He is an excellent keeper who is doing a great job. I believe in this instance the suits should have drawn up a new contract for him already. And not waited until end of season. If you want to vote for Tomaz to be our number 1 for the next 3 years or more. Get behind this post and cast your vote. I for one would like to see home with us as we move towards our premier status. This IS the 'keep Big Tom ' campaign !! I rate the fella up there with the great Peter Ward!
His a wonderful keeper lets face it.But why should he play with lower league rubbish like Dunk next season?Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box again like others have also pointed out.Plus it should have been sent-off for a 2nd yellow card.With Ulloa off to the prem-league in the summer if we don't make it Tk must feel there is little point in staying.
[quote][p][bold]challster[/bold] wrote: A point gained, which could be vital In the final run in. Not am easy game, Huddersfield frustrated us at home and did the same away, why? Because they are one of the teams that put 11 behind the ball and hope for a break. I was frustrated for us today as it was clear that this was Huddersfields game plan. All sides playing for their right to avoid the drop will no doubt do the same. In the end we did well to come away with the point, but of course like all I would have preferred the win. Esp as Bournemouth and reading both dropped points. Hats off to Bruno for undoing Hudd eventually! And great tactical changes by Oscar which lead to the eventual goal. A note on big Tom. I too saw the body language, I think it would be a real shame to see him bow out at the end of the season. He is an excellent keeper who is doing a great job. I believe in this instance the suits should have drawn up a new contract for him already. And not waited until end of season. If you want to vote for Tomaz to be our number 1 for the next 3 years or more. Get behind this post and cast your vote. I for one would like to see home with us as we move towards our premier status. This IS the 'keep Big Tom ' campaign !! I rate the fella up there with the great Peter Ward![/p][/quote]His a wonderful keeper lets face it.But why should he play with lower league rubbish like Dunk next season?Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box again like others have also pointed out.Plus it should have been sent-off for a 2nd yellow card.With Ulloa off to the prem-league in the summer if we don't make it Tk must feel there is little point in staying. Money for nothing
  • Score: -7

8:46am Sat 19 Apr 14

Guernsey gull says...

Very sad to hear from fans at the game about TK.
Thanks to him we cane away with a point, two fantastic saves.
But the body language maybe tells it all.
We need team spirit and togetherness more than ever at this time, it would seem that he is unhappy about something.
Missing Upson perhaps, lack of contract maybe, but whatever it is ,please somebody sort it, before we go into the most important games of this season.
We had a big upset at the end of last season ,which cost us dear, please not another.
Come on Tomas the fans love you .
Very sad to hear from fans at the game about TK. Thanks to him we cane away with a point, two fantastic saves. But the body language maybe tells it all. We need team spirit and togetherness more than ever at this time, it would seem that he is unhappy about something. Missing Upson perhaps, lack of contract maybe, but whatever it is ,please somebody sort it, before we go into the most important games of this season. We had a big upset at the end of last season ,which cost us dear, please not another. Come on Tomas the fans love you . Guernsey gull
  • Score: 3

9:35am Sat 19 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Guernsey gull wrote:
Very sad to hear from fans at the game about TK.
Thanks to him we cane away with a point, two fantastic saves.
But the body language maybe tells it all.
We need team spirit and togetherness more than ever at this time, it would seem that he is unhappy about something.
Missing Upson perhaps, lack of contract maybe, but whatever it is ,please somebody sort it, before we go into the most important games of this season.
We had a big upset at the end of last season ,which cost us dear, please not another.
Come on Tomas the fans love you .
Interestingly, there is a large thread on TK's demeanour over on NSC and most are saying it's a massive over-reaction and he was his normal self (which may in fact be a little surly anyway). Sh1t-stirring a tiny bit I think.
[quote][p][bold]Guernsey gull[/bold] wrote: Very sad to hear from fans at the game about TK. Thanks to him we cane away with a point, two fantastic saves. But the body language maybe tells it all. We need team spirit and togetherness more than ever at this time, it would seem that he is unhappy about something. Missing Upson perhaps, lack of contract maybe, but whatever it is ,please somebody sort it, before we go into the most important games of this season. We had a big upset at the end of last season ,which cost us dear, please not another. Come on Tomas the fans love you .[/p][/quote]Interestingly, there is a large thread on TK's demeanour over on NSC and most are saying it's a massive over-reaction and he was his normal self (which may in fact be a little surly anyway). Sh1t-stirring a tiny bit I think. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 2

3:20pm Sat 19 Apr 14

Money for nothing says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Guernsey gull wrote:
Very sad to hear from fans at the game about TK.
Thanks to him we cane away with a point, two fantastic saves.
But the body language maybe tells it all.
We need team spirit and togetherness more than ever at this time, it would seem that he is unhappy about something.
Missing Upson perhaps, lack of contract maybe, but whatever it is ,please somebody sort it, before we go into the most important games of this season.
We had a big upset at the end of last season ,which cost us dear, please not another.
Come on Tomas the fans love you .
Interestingly, there is a large thread on TK's demeanour over on NSC and most are saying it's a massive over-reaction and he was his normal self (which may in fact be a little surly anyway). Sh1t-stirring a tiny bit I think.
What are you talking about again???? His already told the Argus weeks ago his got his Agent talking with prem-league clubs.
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Guernsey gull[/bold] wrote: Very sad to hear from fans at the game about TK. Thanks to him we cane away with a point, two fantastic saves. But the body language maybe tells it all. We need team spirit and togetherness more than ever at this time, it would seem that he is unhappy about something. Missing Upson perhaps, lack of contract maybe, but whatever it is ,please somebody sort it, before we go into the most important games of this season. We had a big upset at the end of last season ,which cost us dear, please not another. Come on Tomas the fans love you .[/p][/quote]Interestingly, there is a large thread on TK's demeanour over on NSC and most are saying it's a massive over-reaction and he was his normal self (which may in fact be a little surly anyway). Sh1t-stirring a tiny bit I think.[/p][/quote]What are you talking about again???? His already told the Argus weeks ago his got his Agent talking with prem-league clubs. Money for nothing
  • Score: 1

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