NWFA - Congratulations to Silva,Foden,Walsh and Kidd

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  1. oakiecokie

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    Silva, so often overlooked in the national awards, was voted the NWFA PLayer of the Year for 2017.

    City pair Foden and walsh both bagged Rising Star of the Year prizes after impressing judges and voters over the past 12 months for Club and country.

    The NWFA, now in its tenth year, was launched to highlight ‘the great and the good’ of the region and covers all levels of football, coaching and community.

    The ceremony was held at Old Trafford, home of Lancashire County Cricket Club earlier this evening.

    For Foden, it caps off a breath-taking past few months.





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    Handed a senior debut against Manchester United and then Real Madrid on the Blues’ pre-season of the US and last month he inspired England Under-17s to a first World Cup success, scoring twice in the final against Spain on his way to being nominated the player of the tournament.

    Defensive midfielder Keira Walsh, 20, received the Women’s Rising Star of the Year award after an impressive 12 months during which she was also voted the MCWFC Rising Star of the Season and represented England at Under-23 level.


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    And Assistant First Team Coach Brian Kidd was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by City skipper Vincent Kompany to round off a wonderful evening.

    Congratulations to all our players and staff on their awards.
     
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    Did you go and what did you think of the food?
     
  3. eyejay51

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    Eamonn Holmes was there, so I doubt anyone else would have got near it.
     
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    In my experience, award ceremonies are a fucking joke. Especially the one I didn't win in 2005, but was nominated for. Those awards were presented by that guy who is Judith Chalmers' son (can't remember his name). Posh and boorish (him, not me).
     
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    To be fair you were only just pipped for "Twat of the Year. ;)
     
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    After winning that award for the previous five years, it was a bitter pill to swallow.
     
  8. oakiecokie

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    You`ve swallowed worse than that.
    Over to the Fixed Wheel Brewery this weekend.My mate Bill has just retired from work so he`s having a big piss up on Friday and on Saturday a couple of us will be "doing the rounds" and heading also over to the Wagon and Horses at Halesowen to see our dear friend "Mine Host,Mick".
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    Take it to pm please guys,people might want to read about the thread topic.....Cheers.
     
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    Well done to them all but especially David Silva, as has been said, often overlooked. Plus a great well done to Kiddo, underrated by so many especially in the media. Sounds a great night.
     

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