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Sit back and enjoy the fantastic contenders for the ‘Football Aid 2016 - Goal of the Season’ competition...
With all the goals analysed and the competition entries checked, we’re now able to announce the results of the ‘Football Aid 2016 - Goal of the Season’ competition.
The winning goals, chosen by expert judge Pat Nevin, are listed in reverse order below (Pat's comments are in quotes) -
3rd: Goal C - Celtic (G1) - Colin Malcolmson
"Lots of chips this year but this curled effort at Celtic Park was the classiest of them all. Measured, deliberate and perfectly executed. Henrik would have been proud of that one as would Kenny or Paul McStay!"
2nd: Goal F - Everton (G2) - Robert Bowker
"Any pro would be delighted with this technique. Unlike any other goal this year it showed vision, quick thinking and imagination. Extremely unlucky not to win first place, the skill is right out of the top drawer."
Winner: Goal S - West Ham United (G1) - Trevor Gorman (2)
"This is the one you dream about the night before your Football Aid match. The goalkeeper hadn't a chance, in fact put two keepers in there and they will not stop this one. A normal shot from there would be top quality but on the volley this had to be the one. Welcome to the club of Football Aid Goals of the Season, it is a hard one to get in to!"
We’d like to send our huge congratulations to Goal of the Season 2016 winner Trevor Gorman, his incredible 1st time volley from 30 yards was a thoroughly deserving winner. Trevor wins himself a special Goal of the Season trophy as a reward for his outstanding achievement.
The winner of our prediction competition was Celtic fan Scott McQueen and he’s won himself a free position in our 2017 games at Celtic Park.
We’d like to say a massive thanks to everybody who entered the competition and say a huge congratulations again to all of our tremendous Goal of the Season finalists for providing us with such a fantastic standard of goals to choose from.
Full List of the Goal of the Season 2016 Finalists
Goal A - Birmingham City - Luke Pagett
Goal B - Blackburn Rovers - Dave Taylor
Goal C - Celtic (G1) - Colin Malcolmson
Goal D - Celtic (G2) - David Cosgrove
Goal E - Everton (G1) - Jeff Wallace
Goal F - Everton (G2) - Robert Bowker
Goal G - Manchester City (G2) - Francisco Centeno
Goal H - Manchester United - Andrew Roylance
Goal I - Manchester United - Jon Dixon
Goal J - Newcastle United - Tom Smith
Goal K - Norwich City - Steve Davis
Goal L - Nottingham Forest - Salvatore Lepore
Goal M - Nottingham Forest - Steven Howkins
Goal N - Rangers - John Stott
Goal O - Rangers - Scott Dowling
Goal P - Wales vs England - Dave Taylor
Goal Q - Wales vs England - Raymond Prior
Goal R - West Ham United (G1) - Trevor Gorman (1)
Goal S - West Ham United (G1) - Trevor Gorman (2)
Goal T - West Ham United (G1) - James Barnsdall
Goal U - Wolverhampton Wanderers - Mark Wigg
Goal V - Wolverhampton Wanderers - Dave Taylor
All the footage for the competition was generously edited and provided by our official matchday DVD providers Chillpics. Official matchday DVDs of our games can be ordered by calling Shane on tel - 07901 590723 or e-mail - email@example.com.