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Macca gave up when fat boy went and he wasn't that great in the beginning either, he's had a decent spell for a relatively short period of times but there's some kind of 'love in' with this guy which will probably see him close to getting the vote; lack of goals, wasteful free kicks and woeful shooting should see him miss out.
Rose and Logan are in with a good shout, Pearce edges these two out though he has been consistently good but his partner in crime has been even better in my opinion, Rhys Bennett gets my vote.
I would have probably voted for Alex MacDonald until Steve Evans left. I'd now give it to Krystian Pearce. He's made a few mistakes but he has saved us numerous times and even helped set up a few goals. He always gives 100% and is a leader on the pitch. Rhys Bennett was also playing well but his form has dropped off a little recently. We need to get him signed up for next season though.
Danny Rose is clearly in with a shout because of his goals and I imagine a lot of young uns' will vote for him. Conrad Logan has also done well bearing in mind many on Stagsnet wanted to drop him after the first few matches
Krystian for me. Generally consistent. Leads by example. Danny has been generally good. Bennett generally good. C.J. could become one hell of a player. Macca`s gone right off. Conrad is a lot more consistent now.
Hemmings has been great, but I have to knock him points off for several good chances either not taken or missed badly. He could have had us top of the league with a bit of a clinical edge. Although Rose has also been guilty, he's got closer to what we'd expect as a strike rate. All the others seem to have been not influential enough, inconsistent, or have blotted their copybook badly at some point. CJ has to be a contender, having improved so much, but he's still a bit frustrating at times.