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Posted Wednesday, April 18th 2018

Reid named in PFA Team of the Year

It's a double-winning week for Bobby Reid who has been named in the PFA Team of the Year.

The announcement was confirmed this morning (April 18th) and comes just days after Reid was named in the overall Team of the Year at the EFL Awards in London.

Already part of the best XI in the Sky Bet Championship, City's top goalscorer is the club's only inclusion in the PFA line up, joining Leon Clarke (Sheffield United) and Matej Vydra (Derby County) up front.

The PFA Team of the Year 2017/18

Goalkeeper John Ruddy (Wolves) is joined by centre-back Willy Boly (Wolves), and Sol Bamba (Cardiff City) as part of a defence which includes Fulham pair Ryan Fredericks and Ryan Sessegnon.

Fulham have a third inclusion in Tom Cairney, who sits alongside Ruben Neves (Wolves) and James Maddison (Norwich City).

On Sunday, Joe Bryan was named the PFA’s Player in the Community at the annual EFL Awards.

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