Post by hatter_in_macc on Jan 6, 2014 13:20:34 GMT
Difficult choice this week. As well as endorsing the choices made by Gazza and Rog, I could have gone for Partridge, who, having always played well against County, appeared to lose any ability to control the ball once he arrived at EP. Neither Parker nor Proctor did a single thing of note for us - although, to be fair, they didn't stay around for long enough to be properly judged. And, for all the disappointment surrounding them - the former as a woeful Manager, the latter as a far less complete player than his brother - both Palmer and Danny Pilks did, at least, produce the occasional moment of good football.
So, by process of elimination, and on the basis that he was with the Club for a while but consistently flattered to deceive, my vote goes to Martin Pemberton.
Post by another_ruined_saturday on Jan 6, 2014 19:18:28 GMT
plenty of possibilities here. keigan parker was useless for us, but the thing that saves him from my vote is he was so useless that we barely got to see how bad he was - he was never on the pitch. i did also once see him score a belter in a league 1 play off final for blackpool.
as it will put him out in front in the vote, i'm going for ritchie partridge. i can remember him scoring a great goal against us for chester. sadly, it later transpired that the only full back he could have on toast was our own awful michael bowler. very similar to john miles - ex-liverpool, some actual talent, but just pointlessly drifted through games for us.