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VOTE: Vital Swindon Player of the Month

Another decent month for Swindon Town. Alas, it could have been alot better with Swindon missing out on maximum points on two occasions due to conceding late, late goals.

This month did home the terrific 3-0 win over Leeds United.

FIXTURES

26/01/10: Swindon Town 3-0 Leeds United
30/01/10: Southend Town 2-2 Swindon Town
06/02/10: Swindon Town 1-1 Charlton Athletic
09/02/10: Swindon Town 4-2 Oldham Athletic
13/02/10: Huddersfield Town 2-2 Swindon Town

GOALS

5 - Billy Paynter
4 - Charlie Austin
2 - Danny Ward
1 - Kevin Amankwaah

APPEARANCES

5+0 - Kevin Amankwaah, Charlie Austin, Scott Cuthbert, Jonathan Douglas, Simon Ferry, Gordon Greer, Lescinel Jean-Francois, Jon-Paul McGovern, Billy Paynter, Danny Ward.

3+0 - David Lucas

0+3 - Vincent Pericard.

2+0 - Phil Smith.

0+2 - Craig Easton.

0+1 - Lloyd Macklin, Mark Marshall, Michael Timlin.

THIS MONTHS POTM NOMINEES

Kevin Amankwaah
Charlie Austin
Scott Cuthbert
Jonathan Douglas
Simon Ferry
Gordon Greer
Lescinel Jean-Francois
David Lucas
Jon-Paul McGovern
Billy Paynter
Danny Ward


PREVIOUS WINNERS

Vital STFC Player of the Month 1
08/08/09-12/09/09


1st: Gordon Greer
2nd: Jonathan Douglas
3rd: Jon-Paul McGovern

Vital STFC Player of the Month 2
13/09/09-13/10/09


1st: Scott Cuthbert
2nd: Kevin Amankwaah
3rd: Jon-Paul McGovern

Vital STFC Player of the Month 3
13/10/09-20/11/09


1st: Scott Cuthbert
2nd: Simon Ferry
3rd: Billy Paynter

Vital STFC Player of the Month 4
19/11/09-19/12/09


1st: Charlie Austin
2nd: Simon Ferry
3rd: Kevin Amankwaah

Vital STFC Player of the Month 5
17/12/09-20/01/10


1st: Jonathan Douglas
2nd: Jon-Paul McGovern
3rd: Kevin Amankwaah


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The Journalist

Writer: Nellup  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 15 2010

Time: 2:45PM

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I would guess that Billy Paynter will be the favourite for this. Good month for squad stability though with only the goalkeeping position changing.
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15/02/2010 15:42:00

 

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