Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Dunne scoops Supporters Club Player of the year

In news that really should have been making the headlines, but will be relegated to a couple of column inches in the wake of Barton-gate, Richard Dunne has again been named as Player of the year by the official supporters club.

Dunne wins the honour for the third consecutive season (itself a record?), and is joined in the roll of honour by Micah Richards who won the Young Player of the year award and Ched Evans who was named Most Promising Academy player.

vote it up!

1 comment:

Wigan Blue said...

I love it. Every supporter of other teams has an impression of Roly-Poly Dunne. Slow, poor tackler, no good when he comes forward. But - we know what he's like - he's kept us up this season (along with Joey Barton, but that's another story). No - keep it to a few column inches. Let opposing managers think the same thing. That's OK. He knows what we think of him.