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Abraham Makes History With Triple Crown Of Awards

Tammy Abraham has become the first player to win City’s Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year and Top Goalscorer awards in the same season.

The teen sensation, on loan for the 2016/17 campaign from Chelsea, finished on 26 goals in all competitions and took all three main prizes from the Supporters Club & Trust.

Only Matthew Hill and Cole Skuse have previously claimed the Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards in the same season - but no one has managed all three main honours.

Abraham swept the board with the Disabled Supporters Association and Senior Reds also handing him their Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards.

Abraham scored 23 goals in the Sky Bet Championship, second only to Leeds United’s Chris Wood, and won the Top Goalscorer award with ease.

Elsewhere, Matty Taylor claimed the Champagne Moment of the Season, voted for by the fans, on the back of his switch from Bristol Rovers in January.

The Supporter of the Year award was given to David Managh, who sadly passed away in January at the age of 37.

Managh was a regular on CATS coaches and travelled the length and breadth of the country to support his team. His family collected the award in his memory and received a signed shirt from Josh Brownhill.

The End of Season Awards by the Supporters Club & Trust were held in the Family Festival, sponsored by Poplar Insulation, ahead of a performance from the Wurzels.

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