Date: 16th April 2018 at 5:48pm
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Apart from the result against Brentford, where our hopes of automatic promotion were dented courtesy of a stoppage-time equaliser, it’s been quite a weekend for Ryan Sessegnon.

On Saturday, it was confirmed that Ryan, still just 17-years-of-age, was one of the six nominees for the Professional Footballers Young Player of the Year.

In doing so, Ryan became the first player from outside the top-flight to have been nominated for the prestigious award.

But things got even better on Sunday night for the talented teenager who has netted 14 times for Fulham this season.

At the EFL Awards, Ryan picked up not one, not to but three awards.

The first award saw Ryan named as the Championship Player of the Season, quite an accolade I think you’ll agree. In winning the award Ryan held off the challenges of his team-mate Tom Cairney and also the Wolverhampton Wanderers player Ruben Neves.

But the accolades didn’t stop there, with Ryan also collecting the following two awards:

Young Player of the Season


Championship Apprentice of the Season.

Quite an evening for the youngster I think you’ll agree.