Date: 17th March 2021 at 10:06am
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Deciding who is the ‘man-of-the-match’ is often a contentious decision and one that can promote a healthy debate.

People have different opinions, people are swayed by certain events in a game and dare I say it, people have favourites.

Last night, against Coventry City, the official Luton Town Twitter site declared that Harry Cornick had won the accolade.

It was a decision that was warmly greeted by those who left social media comments:

But is it a decision you agree with?

Or do you believe someone else was more worthy of the accolade?

My view is that Kal Naismith continues to excel as a centre-back and should have been given the accolade.

But who gets your nod of approval?

Please feel free to drop the name of the player who you believe was ‘man-of-the-match’ last night into the comment facility beneath this article and we will see if we have a common denominator.


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5 Replies to “Luton – Was Harry Cornick The Right Choice”

  • Morning mh, cornick has now become the player to supply the ammunition to score with his assists. But as in my previous post adebayo is our most outstanding light.

  • Adebayor is a huge difference. He and cornick are beginning to gel….cornicks crosses are looking better as Adebayor looks to get on the end of them, rather than having a forward who waits for the ball to just drop to them….long may it continue….

  • I don’t necessarily disagree with the previous remarks but I do think Kal Naismith has been somewhat overlooked by many fans; he’s been superb match after match. He almost managed to get across to block the Cov shot that hit the post. He reads the game so well, he has a real footballing brain and rarely makes the wrong choice. He’s totally committed to the cause, giving the proverbial 100%. Like Clark, he’s fitted in well straightaway.

  • I entirely agree, I believe that Kal Naìsmith has by accident found his best position and since moving into the central defensive position, whether in a 3 or 4, he has been consistently MOM. Looking forward to seeing him alongside Tom Lockyer.

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