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BWFC: One Month Goal

BWFC:  One Month Goal


This week's Wanderers' Goal Of The Month has been announced and Medo's free-kick against Ipswich Town has been voted winner for the month of October.


There wasn't much competition for the prize, but Medo beat the Beckford strikes, against Sheffield Wednesday and Birmingham City, to claim the award.


Below are the full results of the poll:


49.09% - Medo Kamara v Ipswich Town

32.73% - Jermaine Beckford v Sheffield Wednesday

14.55% - Jermaine Beckford v Birmingham City

3.64% - Neil Danns v Birmingham City



Let's hope the months that follow will throw up more candidates for the Whites' Goal Of The Month... In the opposition's net, of course.

Writer:Mr Ecky
Date:Thursday October 31 2013
Time: 6:41PM

Comments

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4 goals in one month !! if we need more choice maybe we should include the goals scored in training, or select the opposition goal of the month. Anyway, nothing to be embarrassed about or ashamed of, after all we are much better than this, we have a gifted talented manager and before you can say " its so easy " we will have rocketed up the table and all this will be a fading bad dream
aussie mike
31/10/2013 20:25:00
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I remember they included reserve goals for the goal of the month on Youtube and one of them won.
Muur
31/10/2013 23:17:00
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What about Baptiste's header against Sheffield Wednesday? It was an absolute bullet!
robmoss2k
01/11/2013 08:19:00
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