Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two Goals of the Month for August vote

View the August Admissions for the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League 2 Goal of the Month and vote for the Favorite here…

Cauley Woodrow – BARNSLEY vs Charlton – August 17
As Woodrow watched the ball ricocheting him towards 11, instinct took over. Before sending an shot to the corner, snaking his foot out, he drew him beautifully.
George Puscas – READING vs Cardiff – August 18
Reading’s record signing was taken by twelve touches from just outside his own region past a guardian, in curling home along with the resistance box from a tight angle.
Jack Marriott – DERBY vs Bristol City – August 20
A aim of simplicity from a participant who understood what he was about to perform ahead of the ball came for him. A deft flick with his foot, a pivot along with an arrowhead of a finish.
Ben Close – PORTSMOUTH vs Tranmere – August 10
A mix of ability and physics. Close had to judge the flight of a soccer ball as he ran towards it at pace and then timing to perfection with an surface of the boot.
Marcus Maddison – MK Dons vs PETERBOROUGH- August 24
Give the soccer genius that’s Marcus Maddison space shoot and to turn, then odds are you will be punished by him. And just how, of the attempt hammerhead with this.
Niall Ennis – DONCASTER vs Lincoln- August 24
Route One can be beautiful. Ennis proved as much to command a bouncing chunk that was long before letting fly with a rising shot that found the top corner.
Ryan Broom – CHELTENHAM vs Scunthorpe- August 10
Broom then steadied himself, drifted in to nick the ball away from a Scunthorpe protector and jinked away from another to curl a flighted shot.
Clayton Donaldson – BRADFORD vs Oldham- August 17
By having time to think with just the keeper to beat, the mind can be clouded occasionally. Not semi-lob which saw the ball dip in off the bar.
Luther James Wildin – STEVENAGE vs Macclesfield- August 31
Macclesfield were quite happy when there was a free kick set square 35 metres. Before he stepped forward to unleash the purest of strikes into the corner that was.

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