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Player of the month vote - August

Player of the month vote - August

After seven tough and testing games in August, Vital Reading is asking for your vote for the Player of the Month.

Adam Federici - Since becoming Adkins' number one choice at the start of the season, Feders hasn't looked back since. He has played in all seven games this month, keeping three clean sheets and making some great saves, most notably against Forest and Scunthorpe.

Michael Hector - While his central midfield role started well at Wigan, it soon went down hill, but since slotting back in a more nautral central defensive role, he has excelled. Big Hec put in a man of the match performance against Ipswich and was solid against Middlesbrough.

Jordan Obita - The young academy graduate continues to impress and proved his abilities as a central midfield, attempting to play Guthrie's deep-lying role in his absence. While I still believe his future is as a left-back, he had a good stint in the middle of the park.

Simon Cox - The academy boy made his return to the Madejski and has already made his mark, scoring two league goals in four starts. His second of those was the match winner against Middlesbrough on the weekend - a great finish too, chipping the keeper from close range.

Nick Blackman - Could it finally be his season? While he doesn't have any goals to his name, in many games he has looked lively and full of confidence, often being our main attacking threat. Unfortunately, it is expected he will be out with a knee injury for a few weeks.

You can vote by finding the poll in the bottom-right corner.

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Writer:Josh
Date:Wednesday September 3 2014
Time: 12:46PM

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