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Vote For October's Player Of The Month

Newcastle United FC

Which Newcastle United player gets your vote as Player of the Month for October?

October was a month of contrasting emotions for Newcastle fans.

Beginning with a superb away victory at Cardiff City, thanks to Loic Remy's double, the Magpies followed that up with a 2-2 draw at home against Liverpool - a result achieved despite playing around 50 minutes with ten men.

However, those positive afternoons were tempered by Tyne-Wear derby defeat at Sunderland, and a fourth-round exit from the Capital One Cup at the hands of Manchester City.

And now we want to know who gets your vote as October's Player of the Month?

The Newcastle United Wonga Player of the Month competition will be running throughout the 2013/14 season, and Tim Krul and Loic Remy have already picked up August and September's respective awards.

Vote for October's top performer and you could find yourself presenting the award at the Newcastle United training ground.

For your chance to win, vote on http://www.wongafootball.com/nufc/vote and enter your details on the right-hand side.

The Wonga Player of the Month competition will be held every month throughout the season so check the Wonga Football fan hub regularly - http://www.wongafootball.com/nufc

The competition closes at midnight on Sunday (10th November).