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Fryatt Takes PFA Award

Fryatt Takes PFA Award

Matty Fryatt has won February's PFA Fan's Player of the Month for League One.

The award comes after his three goals during the month in Leicester's 4-1 win at Walsall, 1-0 victory at Bristol Rovers and the 2-2 draw with MK Dons last weekend.

Fryatt is Leicester's top goalscorer this season with 27 goals, and also leads the way in the League One scoring charts.

February's Winners:

Premiership: Fernando Torres (Liverpool)
Championship: Marcust Tudgay (Sheffield Wednesday)
League One: Matty Fryatt (Leicester)
League Two: Ryan Bennett (Grimsby)



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Writer:JBFox
Date:Thursday March 5 2009
Time: 12:25PM

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Comments

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a deserved choice,hes done very very well last month
bluemooner_mcfc
05/03/2009 14:51:00
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a deserved choice,hes done very very well last month
bluemooner_mcfc
05/03/2009 14:51:00
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There's been better players for us during February than Fryatt in my opinion. The selectors of these awards are very lazy it seems.
Jb_lcfc
05/03/2009 16:34:00
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There's been better players for us during February than Fryatt in my opinion. The selectors of these awards are very lazy it seems.
Jb_lcfc
05/03/2009 16:34:00
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A top, top goalscorer in this league, fully deserved.
StevieG Col U
06/03/2009 15:14:00
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A top, top goalscorer in this league, fully deserved.
StevieG Col U
06/03/2009 15:14:00
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Well done matty xx
lcfc4eva
15/03/2009 22:10:00
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Well done matty xx
lcfc4eva
15/03/2009 22:10:00
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