Rob Hutchison: on his way home

Rob Hutchison: on his way home

Rob Hutchison is driving back and it will be a while before he reaches home. So he phoned his daughter and she passed on his one-word verdicts:

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Pickford – 6 Unfortunate

made and converted the penalty but only scored a 7

made and converted the penalty but only scored a 7


PVA – 7 Steady
Papy D – 7 Assured
Kone – 7 Dominant
Manquillo – 7 Focussed

Gooch – 6 Workman-like
Pienaar – 7 Composed

Rodwell – 8 Industrious
Borini – 6 Busy
Januzaj – 6 Sporadic

Defoe – 7 Clinical

Lens – 7 Assisted
Watmore –  5 Heedless
Love – 5 Brief

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  1. Keith Hutton Africa August 28, 2016 at 10:09 am #

    Think Borini is grossly under-rated missed him against Boro. Pickford had a great game other than………..great kit.

    • malcolm August 28, 2016 at 10:16 am #

      Hope Borini’s injury is just a tweak! We’ll need him this year. Rubbish free kick though but. Khazri might have scored it had he been on the pitch and Kone had a great chance to put us ahead. JP kept us in the game.

      • Jake August 28, 2016 at 10:46 am #

        I think he kicked the ground. I like Borini but I wish he wouldn’t fall ower so easily.

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