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Vote for your September Player of the month

Voting has opened for the No Nay Never September Player of the Month award.

Charlie Austin took the first award of the new season, taking August’s vote by a huge 67%.

September has been a busy month, with six games – and pretty mixed results-wise for Eddie Howe’s Clarets with two wins, three defeats and a draw:

Burnley 1-3 Brighton
Burnley 5-2 Peterborough
Leicester 2-1 Burnley
Derby 1-2 Burnley
Swindon 3-1 Burnley
Burnley 2-2 Millwall

There are three ways to vote for the player that has impressed you most throughout the last six matches.


You can tweet your nomination with the hashtag #nnnpotm (Eg. “My #nnnpotm is Gareth Taylor”)


We’ve opened a poll on our Facebook page. Head here to add your vote.


Or you can vote right here by adding your nomination in the comments below.

Voting is open now and closes on Tuesday. You can only vote once per each method (Twitter, Facebook, comments). In the event of a draw the award will be shared.

Who is your September Player of the Month?

  1. I’ve got a sneaky suspicion I know who’s going to win this month.

    Posted 2 years ago by Kevin Robinson
  2. Got to be Charlie.

    Posted 2 years ago by Holtyclaret
  3. Just give it to Charlie now

    Posted 2 years ago by Ben Palmer
  4. Im not going to say charlie because everyone else is we need a second place right? – Junior Stanislas

    Posted 2 years ago by Wilson97
  5. Wallace and edgar for how poor they have been, being serious I’d say stanislas or austin

    Posted 2 years ago by Aaron Phelan
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