End of season awards round-up


Monday night saw the end of season awards dinner, at which Mark was crowned Hammer of the Year. I think few can question how much he deserves the award. A true supporter of the club, you can tell he really puts his heart and soul into every performance, and he really wants the club back where it belongs.

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He said: ‘Obviously I always think to myself we could be in a lot worse situation. There’s people out there in Iraq, soldiers getting shot at and we’ playing the game we love and getting paid well for it. It’s been a fantastic season for me it’s been a great season for the lads and it’ll just top it off with a winning performance at Wembley. I’ve come 2nd a few times and it’s just nice to finally win one’

James came 2nd, with Robert Green 3rd in the running and Kevin Nolan 4th. Ricardo Vaz Te also shone at the ceremony, picking up Signing of the Season and also Goal of the Season, for his scissor kick in our 6-0 win against Brighton. I can’t help but dream about what might have been if we had signed him at the start of the season!



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Greeno won Save of the season (surprise surprise), with Cole earning the accolade of Top Goalscorer. Player of the year went to Robert Hall, while won Young Player of the year. Nobes also walked away with Outstanding Performance of the Season for keeping a cool head to score two in the match against Nottingham Forest.

Just think, if we’d had the awards a few weeks from now we’d be able to hail the players for taking us back to the Premier League! Who was your Hammer of the Year? Tweet me at @alwaysintune to let me know.

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