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Miller Wins PFA Fans Player Award

Wednesday midfielder Tommy Miller has won the PFA Fans' Player of the Month award for League One for October, pipping Owls stopper Nicky Weaver to the accolade.

Fans voted for Miller, who only made his return from injury at the start of the month, ahead of Weaver and Huddersfield Town's Anthony Pilkington.

Miller said: 'I'm really pleased to win this award and particularly because it comes from the fans. I'd like to thank everyone who voted for me.'

He was part of a Wednesday side that impressed throughout October, although losing their final match of the month at Charlton Athletic at the weekend.

PFA Fans' Awards winners: October 2010

Premier League: Samir Nasri (Arsenal)
Championship: Lewis McGugan (Nottingham Forest)
League One: Tommy Miller (Sheffield Wednesday)
League Two: Craig Davies (Chesterfield)






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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 2 2010

Time: 1:40PM

Your Comments

weavers name was added too late
sussxowl74
should give miller a boost for 2nite then
retfordowl1867
Not bad, might play even better if AI plays him in his proper position and not out on the wings.
DEZZYP
I voted for Weaver but Miller had a good month.
sussexowl
voted for by fans - wednesday have the biggest fanbase in the league - is he really the best player in the division from the last month?!?!.....
Patrick Blondeau
Patrick Blondeau, i have to agree, he's been ok, nothing special. surely somebody from brighton or a team in form has been better. wednesday's player of the month maybe....
DEZZYP
will ***** of pilkington who will now be more up for scoring more goals tonight!! UTT
Terrier24
Kiss of death at work again...../...we're bound to lose tonight now!!
US OWL
Ur not wrong, us owl, sat here watching 2-0 nil down and thinking of going home already!
OWL25
Told you Pilkington would score!! easy easy!! Lol
Terrier24
I know good win for you lot, but your still a small club in Leeds!!!
OWL25
Lol Owl25, 2nd place!! on our way, im sure you will be there or thereabouts, but tonight outclassed and outplayed!
Terrier24
Its is completely to do with fanbase - Leeds players won it every month they were nominated last year even when they went through their customary January-April awful patch.
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