By Luke Holden
Well what a game! Who else is gutted they thought they`d give that one a miss? I know I am.
Man Of the matches are always going to be interesting when you win away from home, but more interesting when you score 4 and let in 3. As expected there was a wide choice of votes.
Danny Coid and Ben Burgess both come in third place with both picking up one vote.
In second place was the non stopping Keith Southern, which Tangoman quotes ‘who looked back to his best again after one or two below par performances of late. How the lad can work so hard, doing the job of 2 midfielders, and still be getting from box to box after 93 mins of intense football is mind blowing!’. BfcPete also added ‘scored, tackled, passed and much more mobile than recent matches’.
The winning place goes to the last gap hero winner? ALAN GOW! Gow picked up three votes, the general feeling was that he put in a good all round performance and topped it off with his third goal for the Seasiders and what proved to win the Seasiders a good 3 points.