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DRFC Sharp on short list for fans award

Doncaster Rovers striker Billy Sharp is on the shortlist for the Championship PFA Fans Player of the Month for December.

Sharp who is on loan from Sheffield United till the end of the season is in the middle of a purple patch at the moment and as scored in the sides last five games.

The striker has now scored nine goals during his time on loan, with eight of these coming in the last nine games.

Sharp faces competition from Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan who is hoping to win it for the third month in a row.

He also faces competition from fellow strikers Jon Stead - Ipswich and Freddy Eastwood - Coventry.

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Writer: DonnyEd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 14 2009

Time: 7:31PM

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Glad to see that Sheffield United cannot recall him as part of the loan agreement, however they can sell him if somebody's offers the right amount.
DonnyEd
Usually clubs with the bigger fan bases win this award.
dazza71
Lets hope that The Board decide to invest some of the money fron Wellens and Mills. I understand what the board are tryinh to do (not get the club in to debt) but it would be money well spent as we are only 6 points from the play off position. With Sharp he may gives us that push to get into the playoff positions.
viking phil
Sharp seems to be the difference for Rovers this season. Last season you was playing well but couldn't score, now you have a goalscorer. I can see what your saying Phil, its a very fine line between going for it and getting into financial trouble.
King Billy
 

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