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Doyle Wins Goal of the Year Award

He might not be able to score for Reading at the moment, but Kevin Doyle has received the Ireland goal of the year award for 2007.

The award, voted for by the Ireland fans, was given to Doyle for his excellent long ranged goal in the Euro Championships Qualifier in Slovakia.

Doyle was also in the running for Irish player of the year, but that award went to Richard Dunne.

Fellow Royals striker Shane Long was also nominated for an award, young player of the year, but that was won by Stephen Ireland.

With Doyle yet to score with his foot this season, hopefully this award will give him a much needed confidence boost, as Reading will need all their players on top form if they are to beat the drop this season.




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Writer: Chris Kitley Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 4 2008

Time: 5:21PM

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Well done to him, you could do with him getting back on the scorsheet pretty quick!!
will it ever happen
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04/02/2008 19:57:00

Congratulations Doyle, now you just need to score goals for your team
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05/02/2008 11:30:00

 

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