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Vital POTM: Simon Ferry

Celtic midfielder Simon Ferry has one Vital Swindon Town's eighth Player of the Month award for the 2009/10 season.

The midfielder wins his first POTM during the month where Town earned key away wins against Leeds United and Hartlepool United.

Second was Jonathan Douglas and third was Billy Paynter.

Vital Swindon Player of the Month

48% Simon Ferry
22% Jonathan Douglas
11% Billy Paynter
07% Jon-Paul McGovern
07% Alan Sheehan
05% Charlie Austin

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

Vital STFC Player of the Month 6
20/01/10-19/02/10


1st: Billy Paynter
2nd: Danny Ward
3rd: Jonathan Douglas

Vital STFC Player of the Month 7
19/02/10-17/03/10


1st: Jonathan Douglas
2nd: Mark Marshall
3rd: Gordon Greer

Vital STFC Player of the Month 8
17/03/10-12/04/10


1st: Simon Ferry
2nd: Jonathan Douglas
3rd: Billy Paynter

Vital STFC Player of the Month 9
12/04/10-End of the Season


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Fixtures within the months allocated are subject to change


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Date:Thursday April 22 2010

Time: 8:14PM

 

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