Liam Sercombe's goal against Cambridge United has been nominated for the Sky Bet League One October Goal of the Month award.
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Greg Leigh – OXFORD UNITED v Shrewsbury Town – 3rd October
It is one thing to be gifted the ball 40 yards out from goal by the opposing keeper, quite another to be standing at an angle on the touchline and to curl home an exquisite first-time lob shot.
Michael Morrison – CAMBRIDGE UNITED v Shrewsbury Town – 14th October
Morrison last scored for Cambridge as an 18-year-old in January 2007. So naturally the central defender chose to embark on a mazy run and beat five defenders before coolly slotting home.
Joe Powell – BURTON ALBION v Bristol Rovers – 21st October
Rovers keeper Matthew Cox had no right to expect Powell to draw back his left foot and shoot from 35 yards, yet such was the ferocity of the strike, he still couldn’t get anywhere near it.
Liam Sercombe – CHELTENHAM TOWN v Cambridge United – 21st October
When your side has only scored once in 12 games, any goal will do. Instead, Sercombe crafted a dreamy 20-yard chip into the far corner that was flawless in creation and execution.
Voting closes at 5PM on Monday 13th November before all the winners will be announced on Friday 17th November.