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Your call saw an undisputed winner to the player of the season so far for NUFC. The rankings, in reverse order, were:

7th= (3% each): Steven Taylor and Nicky Butt. Although both have failed to live up to their performances of last season I still thought they deserved inclusion in the P.O.S. standings.

6th (4%) - Oba Martins. Away at the Cup of Nations and often marginalised by Allardarse, he still remains a potent force.

5th (7%) - Shay Given. Seems to spend more time missing with his gippy groin at the moment but is still a life-saver on occasions.

4th (8%) = Habib Beye. A quick settler at right back who really has shown how sh*t Carr is.

3rd (12%) - The others. I struggle to think, bar maybe Michael Owen, who could merit inclusion in this number.

2nd (17%) - Charles N`Zogbia. Started the season on a flier but seems to have gone quiet since.

1st (46%) - James Milner. Quite the worthy winner in my eyes. A real trier who has started to emerge as the season goes on.

So you decided pretty much unanimously on that one - now for the next. Which atmosphere do you think has been the best since SJP expanded in 2000? Vote now to your right.

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Sunday February 17 2008
Time: 9:48AM

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Milner got my Vote what an excellent player and has gone from strength to strength this season. Hopefully Special K will get even more from him.
davidmillzy
17/02/2008 19:00:00
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