Fabianski takes Player of the Year title

  • by Staff Writer
  • Thursday, 4th July 2019

Lukasz Fabianski has been named as Player of the Year by KUMB readers in our latest annual poll.

For the 22nd consecutive year, KUMB readers have been voting for their best and worst from the last 12 months, which ended with West Ham securing a top half finish in the final day of the campaign.

And goalkeeper Fabianski was the big winner this year, being as he was the only player to collect two Awards - the other being in the Best Signing category.

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Declan Rice was named as you Young Player of the Year for a second successive season, whilst Felipe Anderson's superb strike against Crystal Palace took Goal of the Season.

Your most memorable match was the trip to Tottenham in which West Ham becamew the first team to win at the north London club's new home, whilst Robert Snodgrass collected the Most Improved gong following an excellent season.

Finally your Most Missed individual this season was James Collins, who played his final game for the club in May 2018 and narrowly pipped celebrity Hammers fan Mabel Arnold, who sadly passed away earlier this year, to the title.

The full list of winners is as follows - you may see the entire top three for each category at KUMB's Awards page.

Player of the Year: Lukasz Fabianski
Young Player of the Year: Declan Rice
Goal of the Season: Felipe Anderson vs Crystal Palace
Most Memorable Match: Tottenham (a) 1-0
Best Signing: Lukasz Fabianski
Most Improved Player: Robert Snodgrass
Most Missed: James Collins

Worst Player of the Year: Andy Carroll
Worst Signing: Carlos Sanchez
Greatest Disappointment: FA Cup exit at AFC Wimbledon
Hackett of the Year: Simon Beck (referee's assistant vs Liverpool)

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