Don't forget to vote for your player of the season by visiting our website, alternatively there will be a traditional voting box situated at the MSA desk tomorrow where you can also book coach tickets to Blackheath & Esher!
totally agree - everyone can vote for whoever they want but personally I've based it entirely on the basis of on-pitch contributions. Looking back over the season, who's been the best player on the pitch (whether defined in terms of technical ability, or importance to the team - I'd argue there is a difference).
Anyway, I've voted for someone *I'd very much like* to be staying, but I've no way of knowing whether they are or not....
Post by Westcountry Mose on Mar 24, 2017 12:18:35 GMT
I would have thought loyalty should be part of the criteria (whatever this does or does not include) for player of the season. If there was a 'supporter of the season' he/she may not get many (any?) votes if they were off to support Bees or somebody else next season.
What if you vote for a player you think is staying but leaves at the end of the season.! Ridiculous not to vote for a player who is leaving in my view. I know of at least 3 more players who are leaving and others who are looking!!! As far as I'm concerned it's a no brainier, this lad has played pretty much every game, consistently plays well week in week out and as for loyalty he even stepped in at prop for half the match so we wouldn't lose any points not having a back up scrummager. Never really has had a bad game. James Williams has also been the find of the season, he has been brilliant at 10. Hope he stays. Ed has been getting better every week, slow start but is on fire at the moment. Hope he stays too. Jake la roux also has had a great season with his strong carries. Glad he is staying. A tough call, and we all watch the game differently so could be one of many.