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Vote for your September Goal of the Month!


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The four nominees for September's Goal of the Month are in, and you can now vote for your favourite from four strong contenders.

Sponsored by Strategic Solutions, Jordan Zemura, Christian Saydee, Philip Billing, and Becki Bath are all up for the award, which can be voted for now by supporters on Twitter. 

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Watch: September Goal of the Month

Zemura's strike came in the 3-0 win against Barnsley, the club's first game of the month following the international break. 

The left-back won possession back in the middle of the park and beat three defenders, before slotting a low effort past Bradley Collins in the Tykes goal for his second of the afternoon. 

Ten days later and Saydee was on target for the under-21s, as they breezed past Cowes Sports away from home in the Hampshire Senior Cup. 

The forward netted his side's first of the evening in what was a 7-0 win for Shaun Cooper's team, turning and firing home from 25 yards on the Isle of Wight. 

Next up, Billing's strike against Luton Town caught the eye at Vitality Stadium. 

A delightful lifted ball from Ryan Christie picked out the Dane in the box, who coolly and calmly finished to give the Cherries lead and helped them on their way to another three points. 

Finally, last month's winner Becki Bath is nominated again for a similarly spectacular goal. 

Her Cruyff turn and finish from 40 yards helped Steve Cuss' side to a 6-0 win over Poole Town in the Women's National League, as the women remain unbeaten this season. 

You can vote for your winning candidate here now, while we would like to extend our thanks to Strategic Solutions for their continued sponsorship of the competition. 

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