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Vote for your August Autovillage Player of the Month

2 September 2019

Club News

Vote for your August Autovillage Player of the Month

2 September 2019

Cheltenham Town supporters can now vote for their August Autovillage Player of the Month.

Every month this season Robins fans will be able to choose who they believe has impressed the most from the first team squad from a selected shortlist. 

Our close friends at Autovillage are kindly sponsoring the award again in 2019/20 as our partnership continues with the car sales company based in Gotherington.

The candidates from the first month of the new Sky Bet League Two campaign are:

  • Ryan Broom 
  • Sean Long
  • Jake Doyle-Hayes
  • Luke Varney 

You can vote for your Player of the Month on social media by clicking here. 

Versatile midfielder Ryan Broom has started the season impressively, bringing plenty of energy to the engine room as part of a midfield trio throughout August. 

Also appearing at right-wing back, where he played most of last season, the Welshman curled in a wonderful goal which started the 4-1 comeback victory over Scunthorpe in Cheltenham's first game at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium. 

Irish defender Sean Long is another who has impressed in Broom's former position, looking particularly sharp down the right hand side since returning from long-term injury at the back end of 2018/19. 

Long also performed adequately as a makeshift centre-back against Scunthorpe and has played every minute so far. 

Fellow Irishman Jake Doyle-Hayes has caught the eye in midfield since arriving on a season-long loan from Premier League newcomers Aston Villa. 

Mostly operating in box-to-box midfield role, Doyle-Hayes has earned praise from manager Michael Duff for his performances so far. 

Popular striker Luke Varney, who won a few POTM awards last season, has picked up where he left off from the previous campaign with two goals in five appearances.

The 36-year-old missed Saturday's defeat at Crawley through injury but netted twice on home soil against Carlisle United and Swindon Town. 

 

 

 


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