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Tomlin Named As Finalist For Goal Of The Year

Lee Tomlin’s stunning half-volley against Huddersfield Town is in the final five shortlisted for the Goal of the Year.

The attacker is one of five players named on the shortlist following a fans’ vote and the overall winner will be selected at the EFL Awards, which takes place in London on Sunday, April 9th. 

The shortlist: 

Adam Hammill - Barnsley (29th May v Millwall) 
Darren Bent - Derby County (5th Nov v Wolves) 
Lee Tomlin - Bristol City (30th Apr v Huddersfield Town) 
Steve Sidwell - Brighton & Hove Albion (5th Nov vs Bristol City) 
Michael Doyle - Portsmouth (8th March v Accrington Stanley)

 

 

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