Someone posted a list of end of season awards on TFi, not many people replied but for what it's worth I thought I'd put mine on here as well. I've cut the list down a bit as there were a few too many, but please feel free to post your own in the comments section.
Player of the Season: Liam Rosenior - Liam's had a lot of detractors this season and he has had some moments but I think he's done well in a struggling side and has always given 100% and shown great enthusiasm for the game.
Young Player of Season: Elliott Omozusi - Made an F.A. Cup appearance for the first team and has been captain and a mainstay of the reserves defense this year.
Goal of the Season: Clint Dempsey v Liverpool - It has to be really, not just because I only actually saw two but because of how much it meant and for the way Clint created and finished it.
Moment of the Season: Ian Pearce returning to the pitch despite being clearly injured and then with his one remaining leg managing to score the equalizing goal.
Most Improved Player: Tomas Radzinski - Another player who's had a lot of flack, yet has put in some really impressive performances especially when asked to play out of position at left wing.
Most Disappointing Player: Collins John - It just never happened.
Most Underrated Player: Liam Rosenior - See above.
Player Performance: Moritz Volz in a number of games when having to play midfield due to our injury crisis, this coincided with some of our better results as well.
Team Performance: Home v Arsenal - I wasn't there but anytime a Fulham team manages to beat Arsenal has to be something special.
Best Opposition: Liverpool at Anfield were pretty impressive, also Blackburn at the Cottage.
Best Oppo Player: Henri Camera (Wigan)/Kevin Doyle (Reading) - Camera destroyed us for pace in the home game against Wigan, Doyle caused us all sorts of problems in both matches. Won and scored the penalty at the Cottage, created the goal at Reading.
Best Goal Celebration: Jan Lastuvka's at West Ham
Quote of the Year: "It is a dogfight and when you go into those you have to fight like dogs" Chris Coleman
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