Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by liamdhfc, Apr 12, 2017.
A long time since there's been so many players who could deserved win Player of the Year, Ashley Carew for pulling rabbits out of the hat just when they were needed, Gavin Tomlin for his goals, Ibrahim Kargbo for his controlling influence in midfield, coming back from injury to steady the ship just when it was needed. However for me it has to be Nathan Green, free to maraud down the flanks when Gavin and his team switched to three at the back and just creating goals but scoring some crackers too.
Shame we can't have a Young PoTY as well as have been very impressed by both Mohomed Mohomed and Panutche Camara.
Along with Kargbo, the two players that stand out pretty much every time they play, and the most difficult to replace. And Green has played about 30% more games than Kargbo, so he gets my vote for that.
As has been said, you can make a strong case for the majority of players on that list. Another season, and Clunis's 15 goals from midfield would make it a pretty straight forward decision, and he's not even in most peoples top fives. And whilst Beaney and Carew have both been excellent (Carew for his class and incredible moments, Beaney for consistently giving the attacking players the platform to do so), I think the team can just about cope without them. We missed Kargbo massively whilst he was out, and in the wing back system which kick started the season, Green is irreplaceable.
Regardless of what happens over the remaining games, for the first time since promotion it feels like the team doesn't need to be dismantled and rebuilt in the close season. Hope to see the majority of the current squad back next year, it's been a pleasure to watch them over the last six or seven months.
Totally agree. Already voted for Carew though.
Carew, just for the goals - what else do you watch football for? I like Chambers for his elegance, composure & skill.
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