It’s your chance to vote for our Goal of the Month for October.
There are some fantastic strikes to choose from, including two from the skipper, Alex Mowatt and a phenomenal overhead kick from U23s striker, Steve Simpson. Also amongst the contenders for this award are Elliot Simoes, Dominik Frieser and Conor Chaplin.
Watch the video and choose your favourite by clicking the vote link.
GOAL A – ELLIOT SIMOES v STOKE CITY
After Dominik Frieser took a quick throw-in, Cauley Woodrow did magnificently to skip away from a Stoke challenge before playing the ball into the path of Elliot Simoes, who slid home the opening goal at the bet365 from 12-yards.
GOAL B – DOMINIK FRIESER v STOKE CITY
Having just been pegged back by an equaliser, the Reds surged forward once more and, with time ticking away, Alex Mowatt floated a cross to the back post where our Austrian striker flung his right leg at the ball to divert it into the far bottom corner to net his first goal for the club.
GOAL C – STEVE SIMPSON v COLCHESTER UNITED U23
Deep into injury time at the Oakwell Training Ground, Corey Addai launched a long free-kick into the opposition penalty box. The U’s goalkeeper came to claim but got lost in No Man’s Land and, amidst the confusion, the ball bounced kindly for Steve Simpson who improvised brilliantly to perform an overhead kick from 18-yards that looped home over a retreating defender.
GOAL D – ALEX MOWATT v MILLWALL
What a screamer this was. Matty James fired a ball towards the Lions’ goal and, after it was only half-cleared by the home defence, the Reds’ skipper chested it down and unleashed a stupendous half-volley that rocketed into the top corner.
GOAL E – CONOR CHAPLIN v QUEENS PARK RANGERS
Another fine team move that began with Mads Andersen. He played the ball to Cauley Woodrow, who deftly flicked it into the path of Dominik Frieser. The Austrian squared for Conor Chaplin, who took a touch before rifling home at the near post.
GOAL F – ALEX MOWATT v WATFORD
What a screamer this was. After intercepting a loose pass, the captain drove at the Watford defence before letting fly with a thunderous 30-yard strike that flew into the top corner and clipped the post on the way in.