Golden Boot Award
The Golden Boot award goes to Scott Hogan for his 17 league goals. He was also on a long goal drought (hadn't scored for almost 22 hours on the pitch), but despite that he has still scored the most. Also, he was primarily used on the left wing a lot in the latter stages of the season, and if he had been used a s striker, he may have had some more.
Golden Helper Award
This defender (first choice left back) cannot defend for toffee. However, he was accustomed to the overlapping tactic in which full-backs overlapped the wingers before crossing it into the box, and it proved to be very effective... He had 15 assists this season, and definitely would have had some more had he not have been sidelined for a couple of months in total.
Best Signing Award
Steven Poole easily has to be the best signing award this season. He proved to be very effective when coming on as a substitute, and also when he was given a start in the league. He is a very versatile player and can naturally play in four different positions (AMC, AML, ML, MC) and is a superb free-kick taker. He is touted to be a future star of the Premier League. Want to know something even better? We got him for free
Player of the Season
Rhys Bennett's natural game stepped up in January, when he was handed the captain's armband after the unexpected departure of former captain Robbie Thomson. Bennett felt the pressure of being the leader of men at the tender age of 23 years, but soon realised he was a natural leader and went from an average player, to the talisman of the team. He can only get better from this point onwards.
END OF SEASON 2
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