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http://www.afc.co.uk/articles/20120119/william-hill-scottish-cup-player-of-the-fourth-round_2212158_2581885

 

Dons striker Mohamed Chalali has been nominated for the William Hill Scottish Cup Player of the Fourth Round.

 

Fans of the Scottish Cup Facebook page can vote for their Player of the Round until 12pm on Tuesday, 24 January.

 

The full list of nominees are:

 

Mohamed Chalali (Aberdeen)

Jonny Hayes (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)

Andy Leishman (Auchinleck Talbot)

Johnny Russell (Dundee United)

Anthony Stokes (Celtic)

 

Voting closes on Tuesday, 24 January 2012 at 12pm and the results of the poll will be announced on the Scottish Cup Facebook page shortly after.

 

You can now cast your vote for the William Hill Player of the Fourth Round now using the poll at the Scottish Cup Facebook page here:

 

http://www.facebook.com/scottishcup

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I agree with tyrant, I thought it was the keepers fault completely. Im sure he came out unnecessarily did he not?

 

He came out and would have caught the ball with ease taking the pressure off his team completely rather than his defence simply heading it back to the hearts attack. Instead as he grabbed the ball his defender went in for it with his head and the rest is history..

Keeper may not have shouted or defender couldnt hear the shout due to the crowd noise either way its no ones fault, and its nobodys fuck up either. Just one of those unfortunate things that happen.

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He came out and would have caught the ball with ease taking the pressure off his team completely rather than his defence simply heading it back to the hearts attack. Instead as he grabbed the ball his defender went in for it with his head and the rest is history..

Keeper may not have shouted or defender couldnt hear the shout due to the crowd noise either way its no ones fault, and its nobodys fuck up either. Just one of those unfortunate things that happen.

 

 

If the keeper's shout from a few yards at the most wasn't heard then it's still his fault. He either didn't shout or didn't shout loud enough.

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