2013/14 STFC Player of the Season – Wes Foderingham
Your votes have been counted and we can announce that Wes Foderingham has won TheWashbag.com Swindon Town Player of the Season Award.
Foderingham wins the ‘Fraser Digby Tortoiseshell Comb Award’ for the second successive year.
Wes secured 33% of the vote, comfortably beating Louis Thompson into second with 16% and Jay McEveley in third with 11%. Popular favourite Alex Pritchard only secured 4% of the vote.
- Wes Foderingham 33%
- Louis Thompson 16%
- Jay McEveley 11%
Foderingham is a deserved winner of the award. His influence to the side has remained consistent throughout his two and a half year association with Swindon Town. We can typically depend on the ‘keeper to pull-off an outstanding save, such as was recently the case in the home game against Brentford. Wes has been out of the side through injury this season and his return coincided with Town’s return to form, surprising us all with a late charge for the play-offs.
He remains our most valuable asset after building his reputation as one of the finest goalkeepers outside of the Premier League. Here’s hoping a likely summer of discontent in the boardroom doesn’t equate to a dash to sell Foderingham…
2010 – JP McGovern
2011 – Nobody deserved to win…
2012 – Alan McCormack
2013 – Wes Foderingham
2014 – Wes Foderingham