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Goal.com has announced its Asian Best XI for June, so now we want to give the readers the chance to vote on who they think the player of the month has been...

Goal.com published its Asian Best XI for June on Monday, prompting plenty of responses from our readers.

And now is the chance for you to have your say on which footballer from the Best XI should be crowned Asia's best for the month.

Goal.com will announce the results on Friday June 6, so get voting as there is only a limited time to have your say and get involved.

There is a range of nominees to choose from, with several big-name players shining during the opening final round 2014 World Cup qualifiers. Among them are Japan pair Keisuke Honda and Yuzo Kurihara as well as South Korea's Kwak Tae-Hwi, Lee Dong-Gook and Kim Bo-Kyung, Omani goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi and Lebanon defender Youssef Mohamed.

Other candidates are up for nomination following some fine club form, including Sriwijaya's Muhammad Ridwan who helped his side win the Indonesian Super League in June, along with Guizhou Renhe's Zhang Chenglin and Chonburi's Pipob On-Mo.

So get in fast and have your say by voting below...

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Goal.com Poll: Who is the Asian player of the month for June?

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