Do you think Lee Cattermole deserved his "Man of the man match" award today agains Man City?
Sunderland captain and resident bad boy Cattermole was chosen today as Man of the match against Man City. Do you agree? It does not set a great trend to choose someone who was in the face of the referee most of the game, then faked an injury to get Man City to kick out the ball, after which he finally got up, as it was nothing wrong with him! Stephane Sessegnon would have been a better choice.
I didn't watch it but i read the game report. I am happy mancity lost now the league is wide open. Sunderland's new coach martin O'neil must be very proud. It has been a crazy week in which chelsea, manchester united and manchester city lost. But my darling team - Arsenal made me proud. Van persie is a great player!
He did well and none of his normal fouling, I suppose he was one of Sunderlands best, but I would have given it to Leon Osman
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