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Gabby Awards Night Success

Gabby Agbonlahor was a surprise double winner in last nights End of Season Awards event.

Gabby walked away with two awards, the Players' and Supporters' Young Player of the Year.

Barry was the Players' Player of the Year and Laursen walked away with Supporters' Player of the Year.

It was no surprise either to see Stiliyan Petrov grab Goal of the Season with his stunner against Derby.

Gordon Cowans was rewarded with a gong for Former Players' Player of the Year.

AVTV will be showing highlights of the event at some point.




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The Journalist

Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 9 2008

Time: 1:54PM

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I am quite surprised the players did not vote for Ashley Young.
KSarge1
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09/05/2008 13:59:00

ash in pfa team of the year, but no awards?
ric112
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09/05/2008 14:10:00

Thats shocking, i think GB got the players player as they wanna keep him here, bar that Laursen or Ashely should have won the award As for Gabby beating Ashley to the young player award... how old is Ashley? was that the reason?
shortshadyuk
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09/05/2008 15:54:00

Young is 87 next week.
col8
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09/05/2008 17:32:00

wLIFRED Bomua seems to be winning the vital villa awards so that just shows how evryone thinks different.
villabikes29
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09/05/2008 17:38:00

By the way, Ashley Young has just won the FA Premier League Player Of The Month award.
delirium
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09/05/2008 18:28:00

Gabby's had a good season, continued his progression and development. He's had his critics too, which considering his young age, and the fact that he's still learning his trade, has been somewhat unfair. Good luck to the lad says I.
glensider
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09/05/2008 23:28:00

Was a bit of a surprise though!!!!
glensider
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09/05/2008 23:28:00

Ashley Young wasn`t in the "young" players ballot was he? So it shouldn`t of been that big a surprise. Well done Gabby, hope you step up another level next season.
Fletch
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10/05/2008 08:20:00

 

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