Another month has flown by in the Premier League, with plenty of highs and lows and the first managerial change of the new season as Bob Bradley took the place of Francesco Guidolin at Swansea.
It was a month to forget for Man United manager, Jose Mourinho, who’s side couldn’t manage a single win and were well and truly embarrassed upon the Portuguese’s return to Stamford Bridge, as Chelsea put four past the Red Devils – without return.
Having been beaten 3-0 by Arsenal at the end of September, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea undoubtedly enjoyed the best month, as they took 12 points from a possible 12, without conceding a single goal, beating Hull, champions Leicester, Man United and Southampton.
But who stood out individually? Who is you Shoot! Player of the Month? Here are the contenders…
What a month this man has had. The former Atletico man has lead the Conte revolution from the front, bagging three goals in four, with an assist to boot, including a cracker against Southampton on Sunday.
The Welsh Pirlo? Forget that. The former Juventus star can now be counted as the Italian Joe Allen.
The Welshman’s transformation into the best midfielder in the world seems to have come full circle at Stoke who, after a terrible start to the season, have turned things around and they owe a lot to the former Liverpool man.
Allen has popped up with three goals in four games, as well as two assists, helping the Potters up to 12th in the table.
Who are you and what have you done with the real Theo Walcott?
The former Southampton man has, after a decade, finally found his feet at The Emirates and has been a revelation of the past few weeks.
The England international missed the 4-1 win over Sunderland at the weekend through injury, but in the three previous he picked up two goals and an assist as Arsenal drew level on points with league leaders Man City.
The Chelsea domination of October continues in this vote, as Eden Hazard makes it two Blues out of our four nominees, but he has been too good to ignore.
The Belgium international scored a clever goal in the demolition of Jose Mourinho’s Man United, as well as picking up two more goals and an assist in October.
Who takes the award for you though? Vote below and we will reveal the winner later in the week!