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 By Kelvin Leong

Fabian Kwok's thunderbolt deserved Goal of the Year nomination

Geylang United midfielder Fabian Kwok's goal against Albirex Niigata Singapore in May was voted S.League Goal of the Year last week.

An illustrious and thoroughly deserving list of 10 nominees have been announced for FIFA's Goal of the Year for 2014, including Robin van Persie's remarkable diving header for Netherlands at the World Cup in Brazil and the dipping volley from Colombia superstar James Rodriguez against Uruguay, which won him the World Cup Goal of the Tournament.

But anyone who has seen Fabian Kwok's rocket from close to the halfway line for Geylang United against Albirex Niigata Singapore in the S.League on May 8 will surely give their seal of approval for his goal to be among the entries.

And although the 10 nominees have already been announced, let's take this opportunity to give the Geylang player a bit of recognition, so sit back, relax and don't blink.

ESPN FC editor Kelvin Leong is a former media officer for Singapore and ex-regional editor of ESPNSTAR.com. Twitter: @KelvinLeong29.

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