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Reading Player Of The Month - September 2014

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Aaron Kuhl won our Player of the Month vote for August after some impressive cameos, but there are strong contenders wanting their name in lights for the second month of the season. Vote for your most impressive performer below.

NB: only League appearances count towards the Player of the Month vote. Minimum 3 appearances.

In alphabetical order...

Simon Cox

Average Rating: 7.25 (4 appearances); MOTM awards: 1st (Millwall H), 1st (Wolves H)

Two MOTM wins for the returning Royal in September, more than any other player, as he's thrived in the support striker role behind Murray, opening the scoring at home to Millwall before setting up Jake Taylor for our second at home to Wolves.

Glenn Murray

Average Rating: 6.75 (4 appearances); MOTM awards: 3rd (Wolves H)

Kicked things off with a brace at home to Fulham before two less incisive performances against Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall. Grabbed the last-minute equaliser against Wolves on Sunday and has looked impressive up front, linking play well and, of course, grabbing goals.

Oliver Norwood

Average Rating: 7.50 (4 appearances); MOTM awards: 1st (Fulham H), 2nd (Millwall H), 2nd (Wolves H)

The third of Adkins' summer signings to make it into September's poll, Norwood has shown class and composure, as well as an impressive passing armory. Top rated player in September and most MOTM places across the four games.

Alex Pearce

Average Rating: 7.00 (4 apperances); MOTM awards: 1st (Sheffield Wednesday A)

The only player to be nominated for both August and September's POTM awards. Pearce was named man of the match by our readers after the Sheffield Wednesday game and, aside from the cup game at Derby County, hasn't made too many major errors.

Four nominees but just one winner... Who's going to take home The Tilehurst End's Player Of The Month award for September? Vote below - you've got one week!