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Madine up for POTM award

Wednesday striker Gary Madine is aiming to make it a monthly double by scooping the npower League One player of the month award, as well as the club's monthly gong.

The former Carlisle United hitman has started the campaign in blistering form with nine goals in eleven league matches - with six of those coming in September.

He was rewarded for his top form by winning Wednesday's player of the month accolade, and he's also shortlisted for the League One award for September.

Madine will be up against former Owls strikers Neil Mellor, of Preston, and Leon Clarke, now at Chesterfield, as well as Hartlepool United goalkeeper Scott Flinders, for the monthly award.

A decision on the winner will be made towards the end of this week.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 5 2011

Time: 9:58AM

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Good luck but they'll probably give it to someone from Charlton. On an unrelated note :) did anyone else catch that referee decisions show on TV last night? The Pigs v West Brom game from '02 when the ref had to abandon the match due to the most outrageous example of cheating ever witnessed on a football pitch in this country? Yes, Colin *****er, it's you I'm on about. I'd almost forgotten about that, but I suppose I had forgotten OurGary was the West Brom manager at the time. His post-match comments were brilliant and it's all still there on Youtube so check it out. I don't know how many times he's taken a side to Bumhole Lane since then but I can imagine the satisfaction he'll get from taking The Owls there next week and setting the record straight once and for all.
OurMaurice
http://youtu.be/9ZDsjY3uFdE
brinsworthowl
God I hope he dose not win it. Nothing is more sure than the goals will dry up and his form slip the minute he lifts it. I cant remember the POTM award benefiting any player for us. Would be hard to deny him though. Maybe I'm just being pessimistic haha.
AuzzieOwl
Maybe Auzzie but i dont what anything to mess up 3 wins on the spin and 4 wins out of 5, hope it doesn't go to his head!
realrain
 

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