01 Feb 2018 : Freddie is our Millbank Player of the Month for January
January has seen Freddie Potter rubber stamp his recovery from a long-term injury by having a massive influence as Runcorrn Linnets' winning run in The Hallmark Security League was extended to 10 Premier Division games.
After getting himself in peak condition in time for the new campaign and in its early weeks looking as sharp as he has ever been, the talismanic centre forward was hit by serious collar bone damage in an FA Cup tie defeat at Ashton Athletic.
A long and frustrating way back for the fans favourite was only complicated when he picked up another niggle early in his recuperation.
However, his recent scoring record has been on an upward curve with two goals in November being followed by four in December. Three January starts plus two appearances as substitute yielded five goals during the month, taking his total to a very healthy 14 goals from 26 outings, including (because of injuries) just 11 starts.
He scored an excellent hat-trick, taking the opposition man-of-the-match vote against fellow title challengers Charnock Richard in an important Runcorn win at The MLS.
Freddie has also led the line superbly - holding the ball up to set up play (and chances for others) while troubling opposition defences with his ability in the air and on the floor.
He is a deserving Millbank Player of the Month for January at Runcorn Linnets.
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