Goal of the Month January nominations

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The January nominations for the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month Award are…

Sammy Ameobi – NOTTINGHAM FOREST v Millwall – 16th January

There was no trace of what was to come as Ameobi ambled into the Millwall half. All of the sudden he exploded into life, exchanging passes with Alex Mighten earlier than curling home exquisitely.

John Swift – READING v Coventry City – 19th January

On the angle, Swift was absolutely 30 yards from goal and selected the farthest corner. With solely a two-man wall, it might be seen all the best way however nonetheless discovered the net, so sweetly was it struck.

Matt Grimes – Rotherham United v SWANSEA CITY – 30th January

What made Grimes’ timing of a ball off the ground much more exceptional was that, working in direction of the corner flag, he needed to twist his physique as he struck his shot to search out the right path.

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The January nominations for the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month Award are…

Scott Twine – Ipswich City v SWINDON TOWN – 9th January

Twice nominated for Newport in League Two this season, Twine confirmed he can do it for his dad or mum membership, pushing the ball in entrance of him earlier than looping a 25-yarder into the far top corner.

Luke McCormick – Crewe Alexandra v BRISTOL ROVERS – 19th January

Some goals are merely unstoppable. You needed to really feel for Crewe keeper Dave Richards as McCormick bent his free-kick across the wall and into the top corner in a flash of brilliance.

Danny Rose – Lincoln City v NORTHAMPTON TOWN – 23rd January

Rose had no time to lose with Northampton chasing the sport. His sized up a dropping ball on the sting of the world, shifted his place and sent a shocking overhead kick into the corner.

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The January nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month Award are…

Jack Iredale – Southend United v CAMBRIDGE UNITED – 19th January

The place others may need rushed, Iredale stored superbly calm as a diagonal cross floated in direction of him earlier than chesting the ball down and timing his swinging left-foot shot to perfection.

Alfie Beestin – Colchester United v SCUNTHORPE UNITED – 29th January

Even a push within the back couldn’t put Beeston off his stride on the run as he formed to shoot from outside the world. After galloping forward, he lashed his shot completely into the top corner.

Davis Keillor-Dunn – OLDHAM ATHLETIC v Salford City – 30th January

The transformed winger was coolness personified because the ball broke to him. Sizing up the target space, he swept essentially the most laconic of photographs off his instep in a pleasant arc into the Salford net.

 

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