It’s time to vote for your September Goal of the Month!
The Reds found the back of the net 13 times last month and you can choose your favourite, in association with ngDecor.
We’ve narrowed it down to six contenders, so watch our video and have your say via our voting link at the bottom of the page.
GOAL A – DEVANTE COLE v CHELTENHAM TOWN
It was a game where the Reds struggled to breakdown a resolute home defence, but they were finally breached following a rapid counter-attack from their own corner 10 minutes after half-time. Led by John McAtee, he raced clear and played the ball to Nicky Cadden who slid it through to Devante Cole to apply a lovely finish into the far bottom corner.
GOAL B – DEVANTE COLE v BURTON ALBION
A move that started from the back with Liam Roberts’ superb long pass into the feet of John McAtee, who flicked it into the path of Devante Cole. Full of confidence, our forward drove at the Burton defence before curling a magnificent shot into the top corner from 20-yards to break the deadlock.
GOAL C – BARRY COTTER v PORTSMOUTH
In desperate need of a goal following a disappointing first half, the Reds put together a lovely, flowing move down the left flank that involved Jamie McCart, Owen Dogdson, Sam Cosgrove and Devante Cole, with the ball eventually being played to Barry Cotter, who side-footed through the legs of Will Norris four minutes into the second half.
GOAL D – CALLUM STYLES v NORTHAMPTON TOWN
With the encounter only a few minutes old, Cobblers’ goalkeeper Lee Burge was put under pressure by Sam Cosgrove and could only clear the ball as far as Callum Styles, who struck a stupendous first time volley with unerring accuracy that looped into the far corner from an acute angle.
GOAL E – DEVANTE COLE v NORTHAMPTON TOWN
Another stunning counter-attack, and it was a goal entirely of Devante Cole’s making. He intercepted a loose pass deep in his own half and embarked on a blistering run towards the Northampton Town net and swept home into the top corner from the edge of the box to seal all three points.
GOAL F – EMMAISA NZONDO v MANCHESTER CITY EDS
Debut goals are always special, and Emmaisa Nzondo will remember this moment for the rest of his life. After Manchester City EDS failed to clear a free-kick, Theo Chapman lofted a cross back into the box and our 17-year-old forward climbed highest to head home over George Murray-Jones to secure a 3-1 victory.