Jack Roles has been voted the PFA Bristol Street Motors Fans’ League Two Player of the month for October. In a vote run by fan engagement experts, Snack Media, the Cambridge United midfielder won with 30% of the vote, beating Crewe Alexandra’s Chris Porter, who finished in second place with 16%.
In the fourth of five divisional votes carried out over nine days via Snack’s digital and social networks and supported by top-flight football clubs and press, it was evident that the Tottenham loanee’s impressive performances throughout October – in which he scored two goals - has resonated with football fans up and down the country.
The full list of contenders from the final shortlist polled were as follows:
- Jack Roles (Cambridge United) - 30%
- Chris Porter (Crewe Alexandra) – 16%
- Charlie Goode (Northampton Town) – 16%
- Ryan Broom (Cheltenham Town) - 15%
- Eoin Doyle (Swindon Town) - 14%
- Andy Cook (Mansfield Town) - 10%
The October WSL vote opens at 11am on Friday 8th November. To vote go to:
Liz Cope, chief marketing officer, Bristol Street Motors said: “Supporting the PFA Bristol Street Motors Fans’ Player of the Month Award is a privilege. The accolade highlights the high calibre of talent currently demonstrated by the players, while acknowledging achievements throughout the season.
“The award is voted for by the fans and a lucky few have the opportunity to present the prize to the winning footballer. Allowing fans, who are the lifeblood of the game, to continue to meet their football heroes is very special, and we look forward to continuing to make these dreams a reality.”