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Vital Posh January Player of the Month Result


After an improved set of results in December, Posh had mixed fortunes in January. They tamely lost their FA Cup third round match against Norwich City but in the League they won one, lost one and drew one.

They kicked off the New Year with a vital 2-1 win over fellow relegation threatened team Barnsley before suffering a defeat at Nottingham Forest by the same scoreline. They finished the month off with a battling draw against Hull City.

Their League match at Bolton Wanderers was postponed due to the Trotters involvement in the fourth round of the FA Cup. This match will now take place on Tuesday, 26th February.

With a varied set of performances, who came out on top of the monthly poll?

The top three players for January`s Vital Posh Player of the Month, as voted by you, were:

3rd Place: 15% Bobby Olejnik


Bobby Olejnik



2nd Place: 20% Mark Little


Mark Little



1st Place: 45% GEORGE BOYD


George Boyd v Norwich City



Vital Posh Player of the Month winners 2012/2013:


Player of the Month Results
Month1st2nd3rd
January
December Dwight Gayle - npower Championship Player of the Month December 2012 c George Thorne 2
November Tomlin & Thorne 2
October
September
August


Congratulations go to George Boyd for picking up the Player of the Month award.

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Date:Sunday February 3 2013

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