Hutch’s Patch: the kids vote Catts in SAFC one-worders from Norwich

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Rob Hutchison is the not the only supporter who makes a few words say a lot. This week, he invited his daughter and son, Olivia and Louis, to do the honours with the one-word verdicts. His view? ‘Massive win but is it too little too late?’ …

Vito – 8 Excellent
PVA – 7 Nerveless
Kaboul – 8 Solid
Kone – 8 Dominant
Yedlin – 7 Sharp
Catts – 9 Controller
M’Vila – 5 Faded
Kahzri – 3 Beachbum
Kirchhoff – 8 Everywhere
Defoe – 8 Grafted
Borini – 8 Tireless

Substitutes:

Larsson – 7 Back!
Watmore (my sweet Ginger prince – Olivia) –  8 Scintillating
O’Shea – 6 Brief

Boss:

Fat Sam – 9 Nailed

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