Here are the Pars player rankings for the game against Partick Thistle on 28/09/18.
These rankings take into account effectiveness, contribution, influence on the game and, of course, the quality of each player's performance. Low rankings to not necessarily indicate a poor performance. It's all open to debate - feel free to give your feedback here or through the Pars Review Twitter or Facebook pages (click on links here):
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Pars Review's top player for the second consecutive week: he'll be even better with more games and when his fitness improves.
Last week's 11th ranked player is this week's runner-up: excellent performance from the goalkeeper.
Did his job effectively and error-free. Has had a good September.
Got the all-important goal. Another player who will benefit from an extended run in the team.
Improved after the interval, breaking up play and covering a lot of ground in midfield.
Led the line reasonably well but wasn't given much chance to add to his goal tally.
No-fuss display out of position at right back. Should retain his place on recent form, even with Ryan Williamson fit again.
One first half error should have been punished by a blunt Thistle attack. Looked out of sorts throughout.
Early season form has faded badly. He has much more to offer than this.
Dodged tackles, wasteful in possession and slow to counter attack: despite an improved last 10 minutes, this was a poor display from a normally good player.
Surely there is more to come from a player who can light up a game by himself? Has the ability to be next week's number 1 but sadly out of form right now.