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Heroes & Villains: Premier League weekend 20-22 Oct

Benni McCarthy After some stinging criticism of his form and attitude from manager Mark Hughes, McCarthy bounced back with two goals against Reading.
Antii Niemi The Finnish keeper salvaged a point for 10-man Fulham against Derby with a series of fine saves.
Kenwyne Jones Sunderland’s best player by a mile against West Ham, and didn’t deserve to be on the losing team. He was a constant threat in attack and looks well-suited to the Premier League.
Mark Clattenburg Clatters (pictured above with Stevie G) had an absolute shocker in the Merseyside derby and mysteriously won’t be reffing a Prem match this weekend. Not that he’s been dropped, oh no.
Didi Hamann Banned from driving for six months and told to pay more than £7,000 in fines for a series of motoring offences. The German crashed his Porsche into a fence in Cheshire, in 2006, but did not report it to the police. Naughty.
Paul Konchesky Probably cost Fulham a win when he was sent off for a stray elbow on Craig Fagan in the first half against Derby.
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By admin on October 23rd, 2007 in Top 10s & lists. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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