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Tomlin Shortlisted For Goal Award

Lee Tomlin is on the shortlist for the EFL Goal of the Year Award.

The City forward’s stunning strike against Huddersfield Town from April 2016 is one of ten up for the honour. 

The EFL has teamed up with Mitre and The Football on 5 show to give fans the opportunity to vote for their choice of the best EFL goal of 2016. 

Voting closes at midnight next Tuesday (March 28th) when the ten goals will be whittled down to five remaining contenders. 

The overall winner will then be decided on the night of the 2017 EFL Awards. This year marks the 12th anniversary of the event, which takes place at the London Hilton on Sunday, April 9th. 

City fans can vote for Tomlin’s goal by clicking here.  

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