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READ | Vickers lands PA Entertainments x Terrace Threads Man of the Match versus Stockport

6 December 2021

Goalkeeper Josh Vickers has landed the PA Entertainments x Terrace Threads Man of the Match crown following his performance and clean sheet in Friday night’s victory over Stockport County in the Emirates FA Cup.

The stopper came into the time for the tie against the Hatters and made a series of fine saves to preserve the shutout, with the highlight coming midway through the first half, when he showed great agility to tip Scott Quigley’s 25 yard strike over the bar.

The Billericay-born operator took the acclaim, with 47.7% of the 50 votes cast on the night, ahead of Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Michael Ihiekwe and Ben Wiles who were also nominated.

 

 

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Background

This poll is supported by our friends at PA Entertainments and Terrace Threads.

PA Entertainments have been long-term supporters of the football club and were hailed for their recent work which involved them lighting up the AESSEAL New York Stadium in the colours of the NHS and more recently, with the image of a poppy for Armistice Day.

Supporters may be aware that we recently welcomed Terrace Threads on-board, who took up the option of sponsoring our newly-produced ‘Goal Gifs’ for the duration of the 2021/22 campaign.

Following discussions between the two parties, they have collaborated to give supporters an added incentive to vote for our Twitter Man of the Match Poll, with fans who cast a vote and retweet our social media poll automatically entered into a prize draw to win a Beanie Hat from Terrace Threads.

The PA Entertainments Man of the Match and the lucky winner of the Beanie Hat will be revealed on a Monday morning following a Saturday fixture or midday on the day after a midweek fixture.

The next opportunity for supporters to pick their Man of the Match is on Tuesday night when the Millers host Gillingham in Sky Bet League One.


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