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Who Was Your Man of The Match v Charlton Athletic?

Who was your Man of The Match v Charlton Athletic?


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cherryexile

Vital Squad Member
#2
Roughan, Hopper and TJ were all good for me and Grant, Jones, and and Montsma weren't far behind, but Jackson stood out for me.

Honourable mention for Johnson who look very good in the 10 minutes he got.
 

Imps2018

Vital 1st Team Regular
#3
I’ve gone for McGrandles - Hopper, Grant, Bridcutt, Roughan and Jackson were all fantastic but I think Conor turned up all over the pitch and regularly tidied up and shut down Charlton attacks before they got too dangerous.
 

Chesterimp

Vital 1st Team Regular
#5
Another team performance, case could be made for any number of players.

Jackson organised the defence superbly and made one key block when we were under the cosh 1st half. Montsma less secure, but some important work and yet again, a goal.

Both young full backs were terrific, really putting in a shift in defence and supporting attacks, but with skill to complement their work rate. Roughan really is a prospect, TJ looks better each game.

All the midfield and forwards contributed, but I've gone for Hopper. Gave the Charlton defence nightmares, constant hard work clever in deciding whether to lay off or draw a foul, hes a master at it and that led to the first goal.
 

Scotimp

Vital Football Legend
#8
I have gone for TJ, cannot believe he is only in his first month in professional football. Jackson very good, Montsma deadly up front again, Roughan making a nonsense of his age, another goal and another assist for Grant. Not much between any of those five.
 

sedgleyimp

Vital 1st Team Regular
#9
Yet again lots of candidates but I've plumped for Roughan just ahead of Eyoma, Jackson and Montsma. The defensive quartet stood up really well today I thought but Sean added much going forward as well.
Love it when there's quite a few options to mull over
 

syimp

Vital Squad Member
#10
Monsta for me too. Clinical finisher and a decent game in defence. His partnership with Jackson is developing nicely; thought all the back four put in good performances.

Roughan has a great footballing brain for a seventeen year old. Clean passer of the ball and a hitherto unseen turn of pace, in his first half run towards the edge of the box.

Honourable mentions also for Hopper, who is rapidly justifying his long contract, Grant and a promising cameo from Johnson.
 

Impartiality

Vital 1st Team Regular
#11
Jackson starting to look a really good signing. unrushed and comfortable with the ball at his feet. Lincoln defender and comfortable with ball are not something we have been able to say too often over the years.
 

GertLushImp

Vital Squad Member
#12
Hard to choose between Jackson or Montsma for me. I'm going to go for Montsma because he's got his modelling to worry about as well, so he was multi-tasking
 

hulloutpost

Vital 1st Team Regular
#13
I've changed my mind a few times and finally settled on Jackson. It was so important he held that defence together at a critical time (super block in the first half) and then used all his experience to marshal the young 'uns into a flawless second half defensive display as a unit.
 

Scotimp

Vital Football Legend
#14
Jackson starting to look a really good signing. unrushed and comfortable with the ball at his feet. Lincoln defender and comfortable with ball are not something we have been able to say too often over the years.
Lincoln defender and connecting with ball was not very common either.
 

German Imp

Vital 1st Team Regular
#17
Although this was yet again an excellent team performance with a number of outstanding displays. I give you Montsma, Jackson, Grant, Bridcutt, Roughan and in particular Hopper who I thought had a very decent game, the improvement from last season is clear to see. However, the person I think deserves MoM is "TJ" especially on his first half performance. His defending, trickery and passing was all in evidence. He quietly goes about his business in an unassuming and mature way. Thought he was value for money throughout and deserves the accolade.
 

Davidimp

Vital Football Legend
#20
Yet again so many to choose from!
Eyoma, Roughan, Montsma and Jackson all did great at the back to snuff out the Charlton attacking threat.
Grant involved in both goals, Hopper lead the line superbly, but I'm going for the skipper thought he led his young team superbly, breaking things up all over the pitch and getting us forward.