Vote For Your Player Of The Month
With another month over, Vital Swansea would like to know who your player of the month was for October.
southstandjack7 on our forum
|Always a good sign when there are plenty of names in the hat, not an easy choice when everybody seems to be improving each game. If the price is right on feeney got to be worth it on performance so far.|
After reading our forum posts lately, our chosen nominees are:
Dorus De Vries: The Dutch goalkeeper has again been solid and reliable between the sticks, making some superb saves over the last 4 weeks. He has also been helped by the improved form of the defence. He won the September Player of the Month poll.
Angel Rangel: The right back has proved to be one of our best signings this season and his consistency and performance level has been superb.
Garry Monk: He's surprised us all by how well he's returned to the first team after a lengthy spell out last season. Like Rangel, he's been a consistent performer at the back and has been solid as a rock.
Ferrie Bodde: Another excellent signing who arrived on a free. He scored second goal for the Swans, winning our first ever game away at Yeovil last weekend.
Tom Butler: Has proved his critics wrong this season and is keeping the likes of Leon Britton and Andy Robinson on the bench. Seems to have had a huge boost of confidence under Martinez. Scored 2 great goals away at Leyton Orient and assisted Feeney's winner against Swindon.
Paul Anderson: Had a slow start to his loan move here but has finally earned himself a run in the first team. Like Butler, he's keeping wingers Britton and Robinson on the bench. His pace causes huge problems and has also scored 6 goals already this season.
Warren Feeney: He didn't particularly impress on his debut but after scoring his first goal in 9 months, he's gone on an excellent run, scoring 4 goals in 5 league starts.
So who takes your pick this month as our best player in October?
Vote now in our poll on the right. You can also discuss this and many other topics in our forum here