Marcus Rashford Nominated for Premier League Player of the…

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Marcus Rashford Nominated for Premier League Player of the Month for September

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  1. **EA SPORTS Player shortlist**


    **Philip Billing (BOU)**

    P2 W1 D1 L0 G2 A0

    The central midfielder scored half of AFC Bournemouth’s September goals, sparking a 3-2 turnaround win at Nottingham Forest with a screamer before also netting in a 1-1 draw at Newcastle United. It’s the first time Billing has been nominated for the award.


    **Kevin De Bruyne (MCI)**

    P2 W1 D1 L0 G0 A3

    The Belgian moved two clear at the top of this season’s assists chart, setting up three of Manchester City’s four goals scored in September.


    **Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (TOT)**

    P2 W2 D0 L0 G1 A1

    The Dane helped Tottenham Hotspur extend their unbeaten start to the season, scoring the opener in a 2-1 win over Fulham before setting up a goal against Leicester City.


    **Alex Iwobi (EVE)**

    P2 W1 D1 L0 G0 A1

    Iwobi has caught the eye in a new, deeper central-midfield position, helping Everton hold Liverpool to a goalless draw before setting up a goal against West Ham that gave the Toffees their first win of 2022/23. Iwobi’s performances put him in contention to win the award for the first time in his career.


    **Jacob Ramsey (AVL)**

    P2 W1 D1 L0 G1 A1

    Aged just 21, Ramsey set up Aston Villa’s goal in their 1-1 draw with Man City before going one better by scoring the winner against Southampton. His displays have too earned him a maiden nomination.


    **Marcus Rashford (MUN)**

    P2 W2 D0 L0 G2 A2

    Rashford was directly involved in a league-high four goals in September, assisting the winner at Leicester and playing a part in all three goals as Manchester United ended Arsenal’s perfect start.

  2. He’s got the best stats on the list. Happy for him – not sure many of us saw this nomination happening a month or two ago.

    He can still be frustrating and wasteful, even true in the games where he scored or assisted, but he’s definitely on the right track from where he’s been. You can forgive more with some end product to negate things.

  3. Been a while since I voted for this but Rashford deserves our full support. He’s done well & is on a really good trajectory.

  4. Good for him

    Very underwhelming shortlist to be fair exluding de Bruyne and Rashford

    I rate the others to an extent and think Ramsey in particular has a lot of potential but among the form players in the league?

  5. Guys need to go to that site & **VOTE** for him.

    KDB is currently leading with 54%, Rashford at 35%.

    Obviously everyone else will vote for the non UTD candidate so we need to do our part.

  6. Even though Rashford kinda deserves it, winning POTM for September when his last game was on 4th September seems like a genuine pisstake.

  7. While I think Marcus is the best on the list and deserves the award, this award seems to be bisaed to players who score or assist