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Get voting for your Player of the Season

Get voting for your Player of the Season

There is still plenty of time to vote for your 2010/11 Vital Norwich Player of the Season.

Last year's winner was Grant Holt, who must be in with a great shout of winning back-to-back awards, but who gets your vote this year?

Between the sticks John Ruddy has got better and better as the season has gone on, as has the central defensive pairing of Elliott Ward and Zak Whitbread.

The ever-reliable Russell Martin has won over the doubters at right back, David Fox and Andrew Crofts have bossed the midfield and Wes Hoolahan has unlocked defences all year.

Anybody who has played the Canaries this season is eligible.

Ways to Vote

A proportion of the Player of the Month votes from throughout the season will count towards the overall total, but you can also vote for your favourite Canary via email, the Vital Norwich forum, Facebook or Twitter:

Email
Send your message to norwich@vitalfootball.co.uk (with the title 'Vital POTS'), making sure to include your Vital username in the message body.

Via the Forum
If you don't fancy going down the email route you can send me a Private Message in the ever-increasing forum.

Facebook
To vote on Facebook just send a message to Vital Norwich, making sure you include your username in the message body.

Twitter
Get in touch via @VitalNorwich on Twitter to register your vote, again remembering to include your Vital username.

All entries will be placed into a free prize draw to win some snazzy items from the Canary Store.

Voting closes at midnight on Monday 2nd May.

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Writer:Dill
Date:Thursday April 14 2011
Time: 9:56AM

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