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Vote | Wes Nominated For Sky Bet Goal Of The Month

Wes Thomas’ fantastic strike at Port Vale on Boxing Day is amongst the December nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month Award

13 January 2019

Grimsby Telegraph
Wes Thomas celebrates

Wes Thomas' goal in the 1-0 win over Port Vale on Boxing Day has been nominated for the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month award for December.

Wes Thomas’ fantastic strike at Port Vale on Boxing Day is amongst the December nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month Award.

You can vote for your December top goal by clicking here.

Here are the December contenders.

Wes Thomas – Port Vale v GRIMSBY TOWN – 26th December

The sign of a striker in form is that he knows what he is going to do before anyone else on the pitch. To be precise, a jink inside and an arrowhead of a shot into the far top corner.

Yoann Arquin – YEOVIL TOWN v Northampton Town – 22nd December

With his side trailing in the final minute, Arquin decided it was time to chest down a bouncing ball and strike the dreamiest volley of his career in off the underside of the bar.

George Williams – Newport County v FOREST GREEN ROVERS – 26th December

Williams’ free-kick was so far out from the Newport goal, it was almost over the border in England. So perfectly was it struck that no goalkeeper in either country could have saved it.

Please vote HERE - voting closes on Monday, January 14.

All winners will be announced on Friday 18 January

The winners of the Sky Bet EFL Goals of the Month are chosen by a fan poll on skysports.com.

The shortlist for the poll is decided by a judging panel following suggestions from supporters via Twitter.

The judging panel comprises Sky Sports’ EFL expert Don Goodman; Sky Bet Sponsorship Manager Michael Holinski and EFL Senior Media Manager Rob Meaden.

To suggest a goal to be considered for future Sky Bet Goal of the Month awards, fans can tweet details of their nominated goal to @SkyBet using #SkyBetGotM.


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