Solly March has scooped the Brighton & Hove Albion 2015 Goal of the Year award.
The midfielder, who is sadly sidelined until the end of the season with a knee injury, has won the prize for his thunderbolt against MK Dons at the Amex in November.
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The Goal of the Year award was voted for by Seagulls fans online and March was the runaway winner, collecting 27% of the votes - beating James Wilson’s solo run against Charlton into second place, while Bobby Zamora’s first Amex goal against Bristol City took third.
It is the second year in a row that one of Albion’s youngsters has won the award following Rohan Ince’s 2014 victory, and March’s effort will now be put forward as the Seagulls’ candidate for the Mitre Goal of the Year competition.
GOAL OF THE YEAR – TOP SIX
1 - MARCH v MK DONS 27%
2- WILSON v CHARLTON 13%
3 - ZAMORA v BRISTOL CITY 10%
4 - VAN LA PARRA v QPR 8%
5 - ZAMORA v LEEDS 7%
6 - STEPHENS v QPR 7%
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