You can now vote for your Cheltenham Town November Player of the Month, presented by HGV Drivers UK.
To vote for who you think should be awarded our Player of the Month for November, click on the link to have your say.
Centre-back Charlie Raglan is in contention for the November Player of the Month after helping the Robins win against Wycombe Wanderers and Forest Green Rovers, and putting in a heroic display in our 1-1 away draw to Ipswich Town. The 29-year-old has had to wait for a place in the starting XI this season at times, however in his three November performances for the Robins, Raglan was a vital part to our success.
Luke Southwood keeps his place in the nominees for Player of the Month after another good run of performances between the sticks for Cheltenham. Southwood's terrific display against Ipswich helped us return with a point from Portman Road, and saved a penalty in the Papa John's Trophy shootout against Rovers to proceed to the Round of 16.
This month Ryan Broom made his 100th Cheltenham Town appearance, and alongside the big milestone he was our top scorer for November. Mostly featured at right wing-back, but it didn't stop him finding the net against Ipswich with a brilliant strike. Furthermore, he scored the equaliser against FGR with his first career headed goal.
Ryan Jackson also gets the nod for Player of the Month for November. Despite coming off with an injury against Alvechurch, and consequently missing the following match against Ipswich, he performed well when in the side for the Robins, and managed to score his first Cheltenham goal too.
The Player of the Month will be announced next week.