Rob Hutchison

John McCormick writes: Rob Hutchison did his one-words verdicts, passed them to Olivia, who forwarded them to M Salut, who put them into an email in the hope that someone would be able to get them up before tomorrow, which will be very busy. And I just happened to pick up the e-mail.

Teamwork, eh. It’s not just SAFC that can do it

One attempt on target, one goal, three points, job done.

Ruiter – 7 Assured

Love – 6 Competent

O’Shea – 7 Commanding

Wilson – 6 Focussed

Olivia

Browning – 7 Strong

Matthews – 7 Lively

Gibson – 8 Growing (MoM)

Honeyman – 8 Grafted

McGeady – 7 Sharp

McManaman – 6 Busy

Maja – 6 Quiet

Vaughan – 6 Alreet

Gooch – 7 Boysterous

Oviedo – 6 Brief

Coleman – 9 Maestro 

 

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2 Responses to “Hutch’s One-word ratings from Nottingham Forest v Sunderland” Subscribe

  1. theelf December 31, 2017 at 9:03 am #

    What a pity no-one in the team can spell. It’s BOISTEROUS not BOYsterous.

    • malcolm December 31, 2017 at 9:25 am #

      It’s a reference to his youthful enthusiasm and was deliberate.

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