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Vote For Marcus And Lee!

The competition for the PFA Championship Fans' Player of the Year is drawing to a close, and two Owls need your votes.

Stalwart Wednesday stopper Lee Grant and in-form front man Marcus Tudgay are in the mix for the top award, alongside another four of the division's stellar performers.

Strike forces obviously catch the eye as they bang in the goals, and the awards reflect that: table-topping Wolves are represented by Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Michael Kightly. Reading's Kevin Doyle and Plymouth's loan striker Paul Gallagher complete the line up.

It's perhaps an indication of how good Lee Grant has been this season in the less glamorous goalkeeping position that he can mix it with this kind of company. Marcus Tudgay has twice won the monthly award and will be pushing for the top honour.

Voting is taking place right now over on the PFA web site and you have until midnight on April 11th to get your votes in, and maybe win some prizes for doing it!

What are you waiting for?




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Date:Thursday April 9 2009

Time: 8:00AM

 

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