Miller & Boyce – The Banks Bravehearts

Ex- Doncaster Rovers and Gainsborough Trinity defender Andy Boyce and ex Norwich City and Rangers utility defender/midfielder Tom Miller, epitomise the none-shall-pass never say die attitude of Holdsworth’s Imps. Shot shy  and, lacking in creativity, we may be, but these two throw life and limb on the line for the whole 90 minutes, week in week out. Dan Gray deserves a mention, as does the injured John Nutter, but these guys are the brave-hearts, they are the Sincil Bank Dogs of War.

Thank you for Reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs

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Both players are averaging just under the seven and a half out of ten.  Miller missed a few games through injury but since returning against Nuneaton he has been simply immense. Our central two are imperious in the air and on the ground and have edged, man for man, every strike force they have encountered as a partnership this season, to keep us in games. The odd slip will of course be magnified if you are not creating or taking chances at the other end.

Mansfield was not the first game this season we have managed to get just the one shot on target. Let us hop both players continue to stay with us for the rest of the season, although you have to feel that the club would accept any fee going, taking matters out of any managers hands. The following outstanding stats tell just half the tale and a full historical biopic can be obtained by clicking on either players name.

Take a bow oh favoured Sincil sons.

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Player Ratings

 
 
Tot
Ave
TE
H
Ta
Nu
FG
LT
MT
05
Andy Boyce
96
7.38
7
7
7
7
9
8
8

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Tot
Ave
TE
H
Ta
Nu
FG
LT
MT
20
Tom Miller
54
7.42
7
8
8
8

2012/13 Stats

Sq no
Player
Starts
sub
Mins
Goals
Shots
Sh/on
Assists
YC
RC
05
Andy Boyce
13
0
1135
2
14
6
0
3
0

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Sq no
Player
Starts
sub
Mins
Goals
Shots
Sh/on
Assists
YC
RC
20
Tom Miller
7
0
630
1
2
1
0
1
0

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Posted on October 11, 2012, in The Case For The Defence, Uncategorized, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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