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STFC: Austin Nets Vital Award

Maybe soon-to-be-departing Swindon Town favourite Charlie Austin has comfortably won the Vital Swindon Town Player of the the Month Award for December.

The former Poole Town goal-machine secured 57% on the vote after standing out yet again and keeping his goalscoring form continuing with the goals in three games during December. Indeed, this is Austin second Vital Player of the Month award in a row.

Second went to Vincent Pericard with 24%. Pericard is a bit of a 'marmite player' and I do wonder whether we had a few sarcastic votes this month given the criticism he has received lately!

Third went to Paul Caddis with 9% of the vote. Jon-Paul McGovern and Phil Smith also secured votes.

THANKS FOR VOTING!


Vital Swindon Player of the Month (December)

57% Charlie Austin
24% Vincent Pericard
09% Paul Caddis
06% Jon-Paul McGovern
04% Phil Smith

VITAL SWINDON TOWN PLAYER OF THE MONTH
2010/2011 SEASON


AUGUST
1st: JEAN-FRANCOIS LESCINEL

2nd: Vincent Pericard
3rd: Charlie Austin

SEPTEMBER
1st: SEAN MORRISON

2nd: Alan Sheehan
3rd: Various

OCTOBER
1st: MATT RITCHIE

2nd: Charlie Austin
3rd: Michael Rose

NOVEMBER
1st: CHARLIE AUSTIN

2nd: David Prutton & Michael Timlin
3rd: Jon-Paul McGovern

DECEMEBER
1st: CHARLIE AUSTIN

2nd: Vincent Pericard
3rd: Paul Caddis

JANUARY
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FEBRUARY
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MARCH
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APRIL
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MAY
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Date:Saturday January 1 2011

Time: 9:00PM

 

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