2021/22 End Of Season Awards
Player Of The Season
Musa Barrow has made an immediate impact for 1860 Munich with his physical play in making opportunities for himself through his pace, acceleration and strength. After moving to 1860 Munich at the start of the season, the Gambian international has settled at the club after learning the language and establishing himself as one of the highly influential players at the club.
Scoring 17 goals in 37 matches throughout the season, Barrow passed his overall goal tally from his 67 matches in the Serie A for Atalanta across four seasons. Moving forward, the Gambian will be looking to become more clinical with his finishing after having a relatively low conversion rate for chances throughout the season.
Producing thirteen assist, Phillipp Steinhart has beaten his assist tally from each of his two previous seasons. The 29-year-old had played 310 matches in the Bundesliga 2 and below in his career before making his Bundesliga debut and has continually defied the expectations of the fans and media.
Despite his solid performances going forward, the left back has looked vulnerable at times defensively, leaving 1860 Munich manager Daniel Bierofka with an interesting decision as he re-evaluates his squad for the 2022/23 season.
Young Player Of The Season
After an impressive season where he claimed many of the honours at the 1860 Munich Awards Night, the 23-year-old still has room to grow as a footballer. Musa Barrow has not only established himself as one of the most promising players in the Bundesliga but has also established himself as one of the leading players for his country Gambia throughout the season.
Only to 1860 Munich fans
Working on it
I honestly did not expect to be able to cross it off on my goals for another three seasons
I certainly hope so