Poll

Who was your FoF MOTM against Leeds = Mawson

Rodak
Christie
Mawson (C)
Hector
Bryan
Quina                     subbed 71'
Knockaert               subbed 71'
Kebano
Reed                       subbed 83'
Onomah
Muniz
De Cordova-Reid     sub 71'
Ivan Cavaleiro         sub 71'
Adarabioyo              sub 83'

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It was an interesting lineup for this one with the likes of Hector, Christie and Rodak coming back in.  While the lineup looked strong on paper it really didn’t produce much IMHO.  Looks like Fulham still need to work on penalties.  Oh well,  anyway who was your FoF MOTM and why?   

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Offline sunburywhite

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Hector by a country mile

Offline ron

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Onomah played well… shame about the pen.


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Thought Onamah but voted for Muniz let the lad know we forgive him and not to worry

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Mawson getting back  to form. Must play on Saturday. Give Ream a rest.

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thought Mawson was the best showing for me followed by Marek in goal, and Muniz was lively untill the end when it was obvious he had an issue of some sort.


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Mawson for me but the whole back four played really well. I would be comfortable with any of them making the step up.

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I voted Alfie Mawson because he was awesome and he should now be in the Starting Lineup.
But Michael Hector and Josh Onomah also had excellent games.

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Yep agree with woolly I think serious consideration for mawson as a 1st choice behind tosin . He came across last night as one of those annoying centre backs you just can’t get past — looking from opposition point of view.


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Last night Mawson showed all the qualities of why we invested him

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Mawson without doubt and he must be knocking on the manager's door for a place in his championship staring line up.

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Apart from those mentioned like Mawson & Hector, I thought Quina also played well.


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Apart from those mentioned like Mawson & Hector, I thought Quina also played well.

Yeah I agree. Quina has good feet in tight spaces but he put us in trouble with a pass towards the defence at one point. Just needs to improve his pass selection. Hopefully that will improve as he gets to know his teammates. Mawson and onomah played well I thought. Muniz looks ok as a backup to mitro. Some positive signs for us.

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Mawson hands down for me - solid defender, leader, increasingly confident and effective in carrying the ball / passing forwards.

Hector had a good game next to him - his distribution not quite as good as Mawson with a few erratic balls (particularly first half) but very solid defensively and a excellent second half performance.

Whole back 5 played pretty well - honourable shout out to Christie as they were clearly targeting his wing first half with diagonal long balls to their left winger which worked well for them, but otherwise he defended very well and got forward effectively on occasion.

Muniz has a great work rate which will help endear him to the fans - got a lot of running in him.

Quina definitely has good technique and trickery, but I feel positionally he wasn't close enough to Muniz who was often winning headers that went nowhere as had no one around him in the way Mitro gets players close to him when he goes for a ball. Partly also due to Silva liking his wide attackers to stay wide, but Quina needs to be more positionally aware which may help him have more influence on games as tended to have quiet spells dropping deep into congested areas and not receiving the ball / not being able to psotiviely influence play often enough. That said, this was a PL team so maybe a sense of perspective needed.

Overall a good team performance but Mawson head and shoulders best player last night.

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Thought Onamah but voted for Muniz let the lad know we forgive him and not to worry

You let him know? You think he reads this forum?


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Josh closely followed by Alfie.