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Does the voting start Monday?<p>Every player has played an important part this season, but I think it's down to either Peter Smith or Lee Boylan this year, both have been total stars in their respective positions but it's a tough one to call.<p>Pumpkin <img src="graemlins/icon27.gif" border="0" alt="[icon27]" /> <img src="graemlins/devil.gif" border="0" alt="devil" /> <img src="graemlins/icon29.gif" border="0" alt="[icon29]" />

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I have to agree Boylan & Buzz have both shined through this season, but lets not forget about our FA Cup (and possibly league) hero Neil Gregory. He is our ultimate 'Big Game' Striker. His goals against Wigan & Northampton won't be forgotten in a while and neither will last Tuesday's either!<p>It is so hard to choose this season, we might as well give it to all of them.<p>Wonder who Jeff has lined up for Manager's Player of the Year or even Players' Player of the Year. (I think that one will go to Gregors!)<p>Boylan will get the Golden Boot award anyway!!!<p>Matt CIFC <img src="graemlins/images/icons/confused.gif" border="0" alt="confused" /> <img src="graemlins/images/icons/confused.gif" border="0" alt="confused" /> <img src="graemlins/images/icons/confused.gif" border="0" alt="confused" />

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Yes, it is going to be a hard one this season.
All of the team have done us proud this season just like the last term. Really hard to make a single choice, one minute I am looking at Chenners and then JK, the next player that pops into my head is Gregory and then Buzz and so on; they all have given their best and it seems very unfair to the others to award it to one single player. We have a dilemma on our hands!!

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I think that Lee Boylan has been phenominal this season, and considering he didn't really have a first team place until half way through the season he has scored an amazing amiunt of goals.
Adam Miller's performances earlier this season were exceptional, and in the Gravesend game he worked so hard and never stopped battling. I think it is important to have players that get stuck in, and Adam certainly does that.
Greggors has certainly brought the club it's glory in front of goal this year, and if he took a touch now and again he'd be lethal. His 'shut eyes and smack it' technique of shooting has worked a treat, just ask Wigan, Northampton and Gravesend!!! The goal at Wigan was particularly good, he had all the time in the world, but he had to score it in style!!!
You could take your pick of the centre backs, Wardy, Chenners and Buzz (sorry Bods, next year eh!) For me Chenners has stood out, especially as he had to take the role of Captain up for quite a while.
I reckon if Spencer Knight had started the season with us then his name would be on the award, as his performances so far have been really top class. He's got pace, a great first touch, good cross, and can score goals - what else do you need!
But sod the players, what about the real issue? I've been to every single first team game thias season, where's my bloody award?!?!?!?!

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