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Bentley - Goal of the Month (Sept)

Bentley - Goal of the Month (Sept)

Vital Blackburn's most recent Poll asked you "What was Septembers top Goal?" You voted in favour of David Bentley.

With a whopping 76% voted unanimously in favour of David Bentley for goal of the month for his superb strike in the UEFA Cup win over Salzburg.

Gaining 11% for his strike in the same game, Benni McCarthy would finish as runner up having won the award for August after scoring Rovers' one, and only goal that month. With Robbie Savage's free kick in the first leg of that European tie gaining third place with 6%.

Morten Gamst Pedersen's goal, was it a shot, was it a cross against Manchester City would gain 5% with McCarthy's goal in the same match with City and Shabani Nonda's winner in the match with Middlesbrough gaining 1% each.

Having won the Midfielder and Player of the Month poll's for September after some fine performances, David Bentley has scooped his third honour of that month by being voted the player to score September's goal of the month for this click here wonder strike against Salzburg in the UEFA Cup 1st round 2nd leg on 28th September 2006.

So in summary
Savage v Salzburg (a) - 6%
Gamst Pedersen v City (a) - 5%
McCarthy v City (a) - 1%
Nonda v Boro (h) - 1%
McCarthy v Salzburg (h) - 11%
Bentley v Salzburg (h) - 76%

With the Rovers Player and Goal the Month's for September out of the way, and David Bentley rightly being crowned winner of both, the current poll, suggested by Vital Blackburn member govtpros under this title:

Most fans knew Lucas Neill was heading out the door in the near future anyway, should he have kept quiet about his desire to leave the club again? What do the fans think Hughesy should do?

Is asking, "Should Neill have kept quiet? What do the fans think Hughesy should do with him?"

As for what you think, cast your vote, and why not have your say on the latest polls findings...

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Date:Tuesday October 10 2006
Time: 8:36AM


i think he should atleast havbe his armband taken from him
10/10/2006 15:53:00
I think most people do marshinrover, but as much as we want that only one man will make the decision, and that is Mark Hughes.
Hughes Da Man
10/10/2006 16:29:00
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