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Kompany nominated for PL Goal of the Season award

COMETH THE HOUR: Cometh the captain!

COMETH THE HOUR: Cometh the captain!

Vincent Kompany’s vital strike against Leicester has been nominated for the Premier League Goal of the Season award.

The City centre-back scored with a thunderous effort from 30 yards as City beat Leicester 1-0 in the penultimate game of the campaign to put us on the brink of back-to-back titles.

Fans can have their say on who should win the award, with the public’s votes combined with those of a panel of football experts to decide the winner.

The shortlist is made up of Kompany’s thunderbolt and every winner of this season’s Carling Premier League Goal of the Month award.

The full shortlist:

August: Jean Michael Serri – Fulham v Burnley

September: Daniel Sturridge – Chelsea v Liverpool

October: Aaron Ramsey – Fulham v Arsenal

November: Son Heung-Min – Tottenham v Chelsea

December: Andros Townsend – City v Crystal Palace

January: Andre Schurrle – Fulham v Burnley

February: Fabian Schar – Newcastle United v Burnley

March: Anthony Knockaert – Crystal Palace v Brighton

April: Eden Hazard – Chelsea v West Ham

May: Vincent Kompany – City v Leicester

Vote for Kompany here!

Voting will close at 17:00 BST on Friday 17 May.

The winner will be announced at midday on Tuesday 21 May.

COMETH THE HOUR: Cometh the captain!



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