Date: 29th June 2010 at 7:51pm
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Sheffield United captain Chris Morgan was voted ‘Vital Sheff Utd Player of the Season’ in both end of year awards.

End of season poll.
Receiving 50% of the vote, Morgan trounced the rest of the contenders, with closest rival Nick Montgomery receiving just 24%. Richard Cresswell completed the top three (16%).

Man of the Match
After every game, Blades fans have voted for their man of the match, and after collecting all the results, Chris Morgan has yet again come out on top.

Unlike last season, just 3 points were awarded to the player with the most votes, 2 for second, and 1 for third. It left the voting closer, and the top three were seperated by just five points.

Results:

1st – Chris Morgan – 30points
2nd= – Nick Montgomery – 25
2nd= – Stephen Quinn – 25

Last season’s award was won convincingly by goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, and United fans will be hoping the success doesn’t go to Morgan’s head, leading to him departing the club as well.

Remember to vote next season for the award that really matters. Alternatively, if you have any suggestions on how the award could be run differently, feel free to contact us at shepsblade@googlemail.com

 

3 Replies to “Vital Sheff Utd Vote For Captain Morgan”

  • Well done Morgs, well deserved. Some of his away performances when the team were really struggling were excellent. A real leader and always gives 100%, what ever his shortcomings. Shame the overpaid, lazy, gutless players who represented our country didnt have some of Morgs qualities.

  • Agreed – his total dedication to the cause is something others could learn a lot from – we are lucky to have that!

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