Watch the August Admissions for Your Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two Goal of the Month and vote for the favourite here…

Cauley Woodrow – BARNSLEY vs Charlton – August 17
As the ball was seen by Woodrow, instinct took over. Snaking his foot out, he brought it beautifully before peacefully sending an unerring shot into the upper corner.
George Puscas – READING vs Cardiff – August 18
The record signing of Reading was taken by twelve touches from just outside his own place in the opposition box along with curling home from a tight angle, past a guardian.
Jack Marriott – DERBY vs Bristol City – August 20
A aim of magnificent simplicity from a player who understood what he was planning to do until the ball came for him personally. A deft film with his right foot, with a rally and an arrowhead of a finish.
Ben Close – PORTSMOUTH vs Tranmere – August 10
A spectacular fusion of math and ability. Close had to judge the flight using a bouncing ball as he ran towards it and then timing it to perfection.
Marcus Maddison – MK Dons vs PETERBOROUGH- August 24
Give the soccer genius that is Marcus space to turn and take, then odds are you will be punished by him. And of the attempt hammerhead with this unstoppable 25-yard.
Niall Ennis – DONCASTER vs Lincoln- August 24
Route One can also be beautiful. Ennis proved as much with two touches to control a ball that was long that was bouncing before letting fly with a rising shot which found the upper corner.
Ryan Broom – CHELTENHAM vs Scunthorpe- August 10
Broom jinked to curl house a perfectly flighted shot , then steadied himself and swept in to nick the ball away out of a Scunthorpe defender.
Clayton Donaldson – BRADFORD vs Oldham- August 17
By having time to think to beat, the mind can be clouded . Not semi-lob that watched the ball dip in off the bar.
Luther James Wildin – STEVENAGE vs Macclesfield- August 31
When a free kick was set square to Wildin 35 metres from 17, macclesfield were very happy. This was until he stepped forwards to unleash the purest of strikes.

Leave a Reply