Jake: Rob's a man of few words

Jake: Rob’s a man of few words

Rob Hutchison says: No disgrace, and took the game to Citeh when we had to, but not enough in the tank ultimately. Never going to make or break our season.

Pants – 7 – positive

Vergineh – 5 tired

JoS – 7 consistent

Wesleh – 6 focused

Jones – 6 steady

Larsson – 6 frantic

Jordeh – 5 quiet

Rodwell – 6 gritty

Johnson – 6 diligent

Buckleh – 5 anonymous

Wickham – 5 quiet

SUBS:

Giaccheh – 7 livewire

Rickeh – 7 classy

Coates – 5 sameold

My MOTM: – Alvarez. For THAT run alone.

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One Response to “Hutch’s Patch: Alvarez run tops the one-word ratings from Manchester City” Subscribe

  1. Jeremy January 1, 2015 at 7:42 pm #

    There are some contributors on blackcats who think that Alvarez added little.

    I thought at the point of his run, that he had turned the match in our favour.

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