Date:Tuesday May 17 2011
Next up in our Vital Swindon End of Season Awards is the Young Player of the Year vote:
Please choose from the following.
Sean Morrison + Charlie Austin:
Both contributed before waltzing off to The Championship with Reading and Burnley respectively.
Austin scored plenty of goals despite Town's struggle throughout 2010/11. While you always fancied Morrison to do well (with only he had an experienced head by his side).
Probably our best player of the season... We shall soon see.
A regular within the first team set-up throughout the campaign but rarely got onto the pitch. He got his chance nearer to the end of the season.
Earned more Wales Under-21 caps during the campaign too.
First year scholar but impressed Paul Bodin enough to give him two outings for the senior side during our final two games of the campaign.
Came in, didn't look out of place and then disappeared again. Spent time out on loan with Gillingham and Rotherham United.
Again, only a few outings for the first team but was involved throughout the season.
Matt Clark + Abdul Said:
Both impressed enough to earn themselves professional deals. Clark made his senior debut at Tranmere on the final day.
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Date:Tuesday May 17 2011
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