Voting open for January Player of the Month

By SFC Media Thu 02 Feb Player of the Month
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The voting for Southampton's Under Armour Player of the Month for January is now open.

We've picked out four players who performed well for Claude Puel's side during the month of January, and now it's down to you to decide who wins.

First up is Maya Yoshida. The defender put in a number of excellent displays as he became a mainstay in the side, scoring in the 2-2 draw with Norwich City in the Emirates FA Cup and captaining the side in the replay at St Mary's. Yoshida helped keep clean sheets against Liverpool home and away, the Canaries at home and Leicester City in the Premier League.

Alongside him is fellow defender Cédric. The right-back put in a string of impressive performances, helping Saints to wins against Liverpool home and away, as well as assisting James Ward-Prowse in the win against Leicester City.

The third nominee is striker Shane Long. Long scored in the 1-0 win against Norwich City, before netting the memorable winner against Liverpool in the EFL Cup semi-final second leg, and the 2-1 defeat to Swansea City.

The fourth and final nominee is defensive midfielder Oriol Romeu. The Spaniard was excellent in the two wins against Liverpool, while also impressing in the 3-0 win against Leicester City.

To register your vote, please click here.

Voting closes at midday on Sunday 5th February.

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