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Vote For Your Player Of The Season

Tudgay, Grant or Spurr? Who do you think has been Sheffield Wednesday's star performer during this campaign? It's time to cast your vote in the Vital SWFC Player Of The Season award.

Owls hitman Marcus Tudgay currently tops the scoring charts: his work ethic is second to none and he's probably the first name on Brian Laws' team sheet. Dangerous in the front two, a valuable worker out wide.

After a shaky start at S6, Lee Grant now puts up great performances week in week out, and is starting to attract the attention of Premiership clubs.

Our very own Tommy Spurr is probably the most consistent Wednesday performer this season, with some sterling performances in the back four, becoming a crowd favourite for his commitment and an eye for a spectacular goal or two.

Or would you put the spotlight on a different player? The other players nominated by the Vital SWFC faithful are Leon Clarke, Steve Watson and Richard Hinds. It's your choice, you can have YOUR say on Vital Sheffield Wednesday forum!

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So what are you waiting for? Don't delay, we want to know your Vital SWFC Player Of The Season today!




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Writer: Auckland Owl Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 21 2009

Time: 8:00AM

Your Comments

grant deserves it by far!!!! hes 1 of the best keepers weve had in a long time!!!!
supersibon
grant deserves it by far!!!! hes 1 of the best keepers weve had in a long time!!!!
supersibon
100% in agreement. He has been the difference between mid-table and another relegation struggle. Let's hope we continue to move in the right direction!
dobby1
100% in agreement. He has been the difference between mid-table and another relegation struggle. Let's hope we continue to move in the right direction!
dobby1
 

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