Martin Shaw wrote:Rob wrote:Martin Shaw wrote:thanks Pete. As I expected about Rawson, and fits with my memory of how the season has gone. Everyone makes up their own mind, but just to ignore the first part of the season in a player of the season competition doesn't make sense to me.
Except for those who want to vote for Rawson We don't have a most improved award, that's why Rawson gets it for me, I am struggling to see why you cannot understand that reasoning. People have voted for Bowery for precisely the same reason. Voting for either of those two makes just as much sense (if not more) as voting for someone who has barely played half the season ......
If you're looking at the improved player of the season, then Rawson and Bowery are the top two. I would completely agree with that.
In my opinion, that is not what a player of the season is. But everyone can have their own opinion on how to define it and vote accordingly. In my opinion, the first 10 games a player plays count as much as the last 10 games he plays. And it comes down to who has been the best player overall, taking everything into account. I'm not telling anyone how to vote, just saying how I decide my choice.
part time pete wrote:Should there be a minimum number of games that a player starts before being considered for the player of the season award?
Martin Shaw wrote:but just to ignore the first part of the season in a player of the season competition doesn't make sense to me.
Rob wrote:part time pete wrote:Should there be a minimum number of games that a player starts before being considered for the player of the season award?
I reckon about 30, so approx. two thirds. However, that is also subjective
Dan wrote:I think also you have to take into account that someone like Faz who has played 40 times is always going to make more mistakes than someone who has only played 20 times.
Regarding mistakes it’s not always easy to blame one player. A lot of people were blaming Stoney for conceding the goal against Newport. But he wouldn’t have been put into that situation had Maris not made the initial mistake by losing the ball to Labadie in the first place.
There’s a lot of things to consider as well as a lot of subjective things to think about too.
Martin Shaw wrote: For me, that's Lapslie, who from the beginning of November to the end of January completely turned our season around.
Big yella wrote:John Redford for sacking GC.
Dan wrote:Big yella wrote:John Redford for sacking GC.
Is he an actor like his brother Robert?
cassellswasmagic wrote:Which player has had the biggest impact on us surviving? That should be the player of the season imo. Bowery certainly came up with a few crucial goals. Lapslie maybe gave us a bit of a spark when needed and Rawson has definitely become more solid. Any other players?
DURHAM STAG wrote:I've voted for James Perch. Probably our most consistent defender as all around him, mistakes were being made on a regular basis. Hope he and Quinn are kept for next season.
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:Latest Who Scored Ratings
James Perch has gone top after his goal and assist last night although did Jamie Reid get a little touch on his cross for the first goal?
James Perch 6.95
George Lapslie 6.93
Ryan Sweeney 6.93
George Maris 6.87
Rollin Menayese 6.85
Ollie Clarke 6.82
Malvind Benning 6.82
Stephen McLaughlin 6.79
Farrend Rawson 6.78
Stephen Quinn 6.78
Jordan Bowery 6.74
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