(PRWEB UK) 30 November 2012
It's been another blockbuster month in the Premier League, with Manchester United and Manchester City both enjoying spells at the top of the table. Chelsea and QPR both made managerial changes, with both clubs bringing in former Premier League managers as they try to change their fortunes.
As November comes to an end, there is still one thing that needs to be decided. Who will be named this months PFA Fans' Player of the Month? Fans will be finding out soon enough but until then, there's still a chance for them to vote for the player they think has put in the best performances for their clubs this season.
Digital Sports Group have put together a list of the top candidates who it thinks have stood out this month in the Premier League this month.
Premier League top contenders:
Luis Suarez has been in fine form for Liverpool this month, scoring vital goals for his side and almost single-handedly keeping Liverpool on the ladder up the League table. The Uruguay international has scored four goals so far in November, putting the ball in the back of the net against Newcastle and Chelsea to secure draws for his team. He also scored two goals against Wigan to push Liverpool up to 11th spot in the League.
Javier Hernandez, or Chicarito, has been prolific in front of goal for Manchester United in the month of November, scoring three goals to get his club out of some sticky situations. United were 2-0 down against Villa when Hernandez got on his shooting boots and came to the Red Devil's rescue. Scoring two second half goals and forcing an own goal from Vlaar give United all three points at Villa Park. The Mexican also netted against QPR to kill off a thrilling tie at Old Trafford.
Peter Odemwingie has managed three goals and one assist for West Brom during November and is part of the reason the Baggies are flying high at the top of the Premier League table after wins over Southampton, Wigan, Chelsea and Sunderland. He netted both goals against the Saints to give his team victory, proving he still has the skills and ability to be a top striker in the Premier League, even at the age of 31.
DSG became the official digital partner of the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) earlier this year and have since launched a number of Player profile fan pages on social media site Facebook as well as providing official player pages on their football news site football.co.uk.