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Question of the Week

Will you attend any Checkatrade Trophy games next season?

All of them
All home games
The odd game
Knock out games
Final only
Total boycott


 

October Player of the Month

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 08/11/2004

OCTOBER was a frustrating month for the Mariners, in which they only won one game. Town's basic problem was not scoring enough goals, with only five strikes in six games during a month which saw four drawn matches.

Home > 2004-2005 Season > Player of the Month > October


So here are the six nominations for October:

John McDermott
John McDermott Found his second or third wind as a professional at the age of 35, and looks likely to continue for at least another season after this one, setting an appearance record for the Mariners that may never be beaten. John McDermott Profile
Dean Gordon
Dean Gordon Scored his first goal of the season for the Mariners in October, the only goal of the game in the month's solitary victory at Northampton. Undoubtedly the most accomplished player at the club, as his career details show, and still only 31. Dean Gordon Profile
Jon Daly
Jon Daly The big on-loan striker from Stockport scored on his debut at Chester. Whether Daly is the long-term answer to Town's goalscoring problems remains to be seen. Jon Daly Profile
Terrell Forbes
Terrell Forbes One of three defenders to make the shortlist. Other than a mistake at Chester, Forbes had another good month for the Mariners, where the defence as a whole was not really the problem. Terrell Forbes Profile
Justin Whittle
Justin Whittle The former Hull City captain has a lot of experience at this level. Although he might not be the most technically gifted player in the squad, Whittle's presence on the pitch and no frills approach to the game is exactly what's needed in this division. Justin Whittle Profile
Andy Parkinson
Andy Parkinson Been unlucky not to score more goals this season, despite working his socks off in every game. To be fair the three man strikeforce favoured by Russell Slade may not suit Parky, with his preferred role perhaps being to play off a big striker. Andy Parkinson Profile

October Games
01-10CheltenhamH1-1Parkinson
08-10NorthamptonA1-0Gordon
16-10Bristol RH0-0 
19-10ShrewsburyA1-1Fleming
23-10ChesterA1-2Daly
30-10SwanseaH1-1Cramb

So here are the 6 nominations for October and remember you can pick the overall winner by voting when these appear on Question of the Week

Carry on reading the match reports, and keep voting for the Man Of The Match. Remember all these votes will go towards the overall winner in May at the Grimsby Town Player of the Year night at the Winter Gardens.

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