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Ipswich Town: Captain Sam Morsy voted PFA Championship Fans’ Player of the Year





Ipswich Town captain Sam Morsy has been voted the PFA Championship Fans’ Player of the Year.

The Egyptian midfielder was one of three Town players on the shortlist for the award alongside teammates Leif Davis and Omari Hutchinson.

Morsy impressed in the middle of the park as he helped Kieran McKenna’s men secure back-to-back promotions to reach the Premier League.

Town captain Sam Morsy has been voted the PFA Championship Fans’ Player of the Year. Picture: Barry Goodwin
Town captain Sam Morsy has been voted the PFA Championship Fans’ Player of the Year. Picture: Barry Goodwin

The 32-year-old was previously named the Town Supporters Club Player of the Year and is the first Blues player to win a PFA Fans’ Player of the Year award since their introduction in 2001.

On social media, Morsy reacted to the news and said: “Wow. Huge thank you to all the incredible fans which voted.

“It’s a special time to be apart of Ipswich Town as we go into the Premier League. Alhamdoullah.”

Leeds duo Cryscencio Summerville and Ethan Ampadu, Blackburn’s Sammie Szmodics, Southampton’s Adam Armstrong and Leicester’s Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall were all also nominated for the PFA Championship Fans’ Player of the Year.