Rob:

Rob:

Rob Hutchison doesn’t waste words and his introduction and ratings tell the story perfectly from our 4-2 win at Swansea. Over to Rob;

Screw the PL to get the game moved. Then change 11 players, and lose by a duff red card before half time and an offside hatrick. There’s lovely karma for you.

Vito 6 regressed

PVA 9 rampant

Jos 7 calming

Wes 6 unfortunate

Jones 6 battler

Catts 5 laboured

M’Vila 5 struggled

Johnson 7 improved

Borini 5 disappointing

Lens 7 lively

Defoe 10 sublime

SUBS:

Graham 6 consistent

Rodwell 6 quiet

Watmore 5 brief

Ref

Graham Scott Unclassified

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  1. Dougal January 14, 2016 at 11:30 am #

    Have to say Scott was a better ref than Mariner would have been (for us!). The problem of course would have been Mariner would have allowed their off side goal and disallowed all of Defoe’s ……..

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