Hartlepool United frontman Omar Bogle has gained the PFA Vertu Motors League Two Fans’ Player of the Month award for February.
Bogle didn’t make his Hartlepool debut till the ultimate days of January, however a exceptional first full month at Teesside noticed him do sufficient to win followers’ votes.
The striker opened his account for Pools in the primary league match of the month with a decisive blow in his 3-1 victory over Barrow.
Bogle adopted that up with the match’s solely aim within the 1-0 win over Crawley and one other winner in its 2-1 win over Colchester.
The former Doncaster Rovers man ended the month with a strike within the defeat towards Walsall, however the 4 objectives have been sufficient for him to get the followers’ vote.
Bogle took the prize emphatically and obtained 29% of the votes forged. His closest rival – nearly 3,000 votes behind – was Crawley’s Tom Nichols, who obtained 17% of the vote.
Third went to final month’s winner, Swindon’s Harry McKirdy, who obtained 3,843 votes simply earlier than Oldham’s shapely Davis Keillor-Dunn.
Jevani Brown completed fifth in 3,093 votes, lower than 40 forward of Newport’s free agent Dom Telford.
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