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Walsall's Alan Picken gets the vote.

How things can change over the weekend. Before saturdays match Chris Westwood was viewed as a possible contender for a center half berth along side Ian Roper. However those who remembered Alan Pickens contribution at Rochdale made him favorite. On saturday Chris Westwood did well and Picken also when he came on as sub. Scott Dann scored the second goal, prompting some to decide to give him a chance.

The final vote was 60% for Alan Picken, 30% for Chris Westwood, and 10% for Scott Dann




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Writer: Jorge's Jottings Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 18 2006

Time: 9:43AM

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If he shows the form of the Rochdale match he could turn out to be the signing of the season
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