Further Ipswich Town player of the year honours for Bartosz Bialkowski

Ipswich keeper Bartosz Bialkowski at Middlesbrough with another good performance

Ipswich keeper Bartosz Bialkowski at Middlesbrough with another good performance

Goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski has added the Players’ Player of the Year award to his trophy cabinet, having already picked up the supporters’ prize.

The Polish keeper was voted the fans’ top performer at the start of April but picked up the players’ prize last night at the club’s end of season dinner.

Bialkoswki also won the corporate customers, boxholders and sponsors’ awards, following a stunning season which saw the Polish stopper excel between the sticks.

Freddie Sears won the John Kerridge Trophy, as chosen by Mick McCarthy, while Andre Dozzell won the young player of the year award.

Kevin Bru’s strike at Bolton was voted as the club’s goal of the season.


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