Filed: Friday, 9th September 2011
By: Staff Writer
James Tomkins has been named Player of the Month for August by both KUMB.com's writers and readers.
The 22-year-old centre-half, who excelled in the heart of defence throughout the month took two-thirds of all votes in the readers poll, conducted on the KUMB.com Forum.
Tomkins also impressed KUMB's match reporters sufficiently to top August's average match rating table with an impressive score of 8.00 to become the first winner of the 2011/12 season.
The readers' top three was completed by Winston Reid (eight per cent of total vote) and Carlton Cole (six per cent), whilst our match reporters gave the runner-up spot to Rob Green (average rating of 7.60) and third place to New Zealander Reid (7.33).
KUMB.com Writers' Player of the Month
To qualify for inclusion, a player must have featured in at least 75 per cent of first team fixtures during the past month.
1. James Tomkins: (Pld 5 Mks 40) Ave 8.00
2. Robert Green: (Pld 5 Mks 38) Ave 7.60
3. Winston Reid: (Pld 6 Mks 44) Ave 7.33
4. Carlton Cole: (Pld 5 Mks 35) Ave 7.00
4. Matthew Taylor: (Pld 5 Mks 35) Ave 7.00
KUMB.com Readers' Player of the Month
As voted for by members of the KUMB.com forums.
1. James Tomkins: 66%
2. Winston Reid: 8%
3. Carlton Cole: 6%
4. Robert Green: 5%
5. Matthew Taylor: 4%
KUMB.com Man of the Match winners
v Cardiff City: Matthew Taylor
vs Doncaster Rovers: Kevin Nolan
vs Watford: Winston Reid
vs Leeds Utd: James Tomkins
vs Aldershot Town: Winston Reid
vs Nottingham Forest: Carlton Cole
Carlton Cole (3)
Kevin Nolan, Own Goals (2)
James Tomkins, Joey O'Brien, Scott Parker, Junior Stanislas, Winston Reid (1)
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Arsenal 3-0 West Ham Utd [14th Mar 2015]
In brief - Friday's news round-up [13th Mar 2015]
James Tomkins dislocates shoulder in new injury blow [13th Mar 2015]
In brief - Sunday's news round-up [1st Mar 2015]
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