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Goal of the Season

We scored 102 goals last season - here is the chance to vote for your favourite!

We scored 102 goals last season - here is the chance to vote for your favourite!

From Berba's cracker at Fulham to Steed's winner at City, from Woody's header that won the Carling Cup to Keano's curler for 4-4 against Chelsea, we've picked out 10 of the best for you to choose from.

The vote will be conducted via email - simply press the relevant 'CLICK HERE TO VOTE' link and send us an email for the goal you think should be Goal of the Season, 2007/08. Feel free to say why you've voted for the goal of your choice and we will run the best comments when we announce the results.

The voting will run until 5pm this Friday, May 23 and we will publish the results in a story after the Bank Holiday next Tuesday, May 27.

Here is the shortlist...

Dimitar Berbatov v Fulham, Barclays Premier League, Craven Cottage, September 1: Robbie Keane cushioned a pass over the top of Dejan Stefanovic for Berbatov to run onto, Berbatov nodded the ball down in front of him and having outpaced Stefanovic, hammered it past Antti Niemi. CLICK HERE TO VOTE

Gareth Bale v Middlesbrough, Carling Cup, White Hart Lane, September 26: Robbie Keane turned George Boateng inside-out down the left as we broke from a corner, spotted Bale's run from deep and played an inch-perfect pass into his run, Bale took the ball on at full pace into the box, skipped around Brad Jones and slotted from a tight angle. CLICK HERE TO VOTE

Aaron Lennon v Wigan, Barclays Premier League, White Hart Lane, November 11: Dimitar Berbatov knocked a ball square to Lennon who hit a full volley from 25 yards across Chris Kirkland into the far corner. CLICK HERE TO VOTE

Steed Malbranque v Manchester City, Carling Cup, Eastlands, December 18: Dimitar Berbatov controlled the ball as we broke from a City attack and found Jamie O'Hara on the left touchline, he spotted Malbranque's run between defenders and found him with a crossfield pass that Malbranque controlled and coolly slotted past Joe Hart. CLICK HERE TO VOTE

Tom Huddlestone v Fulham (2nd goal), Barclays Premier League, White Hart Lane, December 26: Aaron Lennon in possession on the right, passed the ball square to Huddlestone who flicked it up with his left foot before drilling a low volley into the far corner from 25 yards. CLICK HERE TO VOTE

Dimitar Berbatov v Reading (4th goal), Barclays Premier League, White Hart Lane, December 29: Younes Kaboul hit a long pass forward, Berbatov had the strength to hold off Ivar Ingimarsson before drilling high past Marcus Hahnemann into the top corner. CLICK HERE TO VOTE

Jermaine Jenas v Arsenal, Carling Cup semi-final, 2nd leg, White Hart Lane, January 22: Dimitar Berbatov cushioned a pass into Jenas, 40 yards from goal. He drove past four Arsenal players at a left-to-right angle to the edge of the box where he then hit the ball back across Lucasz Fabianski and in off the far post. CLICK HERE TO VOTE

Jonathan Woodgate v Chelsea, Carling Cup Final, Wembley, February 24: Jermaine Jenas flighted in an inswinging free-kick from the left, Woodgate beat Petr Cech to it in the air and his header cannoned back off the keeper onto Woodgate again before bouncing home. CLICK HERE TO VOTE

Dimitar Berbatov v PSV, UEFA Cup R16 2nd leg, Philips Stadion, March 12: Pascal Chimbonda picked out Berbatov with a pass from the right and the striker hit a full volley without breaking stride that arrowed past keeper Gomes into the corner. CLICK HERE TO VOTE

Robbie Keane v Chelsea, Barclays Premier League, White Hart Lane, March 19: A long pass from the back caught out Ricardo Calvalho, the ball coming off his back and falling into the path of Keane who angled a 22-yard curler beyond the dive of Carlo Cudicini into the top corner to make it 4-4. CLICK HERE TO VOTE