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Your League Two nominees for November are...
1. Mat Stevens (Forest Green Rovers)
Mat Stevens continued his fine form as he claimed three goals in Forest Green’s three league games in November.
His standout performance was grabbing both goals in their 2-0 win over Barrow, while he also netted in the 3-1 win away at Hartlepool.
2. Jamille Matt (Forest Green Rovers)
It was a cracking month for Stevens' teammate, and Forest Green Rovers captain, Jamille Matt, who bagged three goals of his own.
Matt notched a goal in the aforementioned win over Hartlepool, before scoring both goals in the 2-0 home win over Bristol Rovers. Furthermore, he added an assist against Barrow as FGR bagged nine points from a possible nine.
3. Jordan Moore-Taylor (Forest Green Rovers)
Things are going well for Forest Green Rovers at the top end of the pitch, but it's also going swimmingly at the back.
FGR conceded just once in the three games they played in November, with Jordan Moore-Taylor instrumental in keeping things tight. For good measure, he chipped in with a goal at Hartlepool.
4. Dom Telford (Newport County)
Having narrowly missed out on October's PFA Fans' Player of the Month award, Dom Telford is back for more in November after bagging another four goals for Newport.
He's now up to 13 goals in just 12 League Two games, and has notched in seven successive games. This month, he put Hartlepool, Swindon, Crawley and Colchester to the sword, though his goals could only lead his side to five points from a possible 12.
5. Jack Payne (Swindon Town)
Attacking midfielder Jack Payne enjoyed an outstanding November for Swindon, netting three goals in the space of a week.
Payne struck against Newport, Harrogate and Hartlepool as the Robins went undefeated, picking up seven points from a possible nine.
6. Louis John (Sutton United)
Clean sheets: 2
Louis John was an unused substitute during Sutton's win over Tranmere at the beginning of November, but he stepped into the side for the following three games and performed superbly.
Clean sheets against Mansfield and Barrow helped Sutton take nine points from 12 on offer during the month, and he even got on the scoresheet against the former.
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