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PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 8:45 am 
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I was really pleased the Man Of The Match award was made at pitchside in front of all the fans last Sunday. It's normally presented in the bar after the players have got changed.

This pitchside presentation also helped to give the sponsors more exposure - which must be good for them.

What does everyone think? Would you rather it was always made immediately after the game with Ray Green doing the excellent job he always does? Or it is better done later?

I've asked the question today mainly so I can pass the feedback onto the club at the next fans' panel meeting. Please post your thoughts. Thanks. :)

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 1:43 pm 
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Pitchside a few minutes after the final hooter when the players normally come over to the fans.






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Didn't know about it so left the ground .
I don't always listen properly though.






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We also didn't know it was happening pitch side and also left.

Apparently, I don't always listen and / or remember though :lol:

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Stand-Offish wrote:Didn't know about it so left the ground .
I don't always listen properly though.


Difficult to present MOM at half time to be fair :wink:

The old ones are the best :lol:






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yes i think it is better involving the fans who can show their appreciation

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Moonshine wrote:Difficult to present MOM at half time to be fair :wink:

The old ones are the best :lol:

Very good ... I can't remember walking out this season ... there as been nowt to walk out over.






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Stand-Offish wrote:Very good ... I can't remember walking out this season ... there as been nowt to walk out over.


They were going to change the half time draw to the full time draw - just to make sure you stayed! :lol:

Have you won it twice this year? Once at the Keepmoat and at Featherstone?

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onedon wrote:yes i think it is better involving the fans who can show their appreciation


I totally agree Onedon. It helps to build a better connection between the players and the fans.

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Double Movement wrote:They were going to change the half time draw to the full time draw - just to make sure you stayed! :lol:

Have you won it twice this year? Once at the Keepmoat and at Featherstone?

I win it that often I forget ...






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