The end of season is also a time to honour the efforts players put in during the past months. Last Sunday, Charlton awarded three of their players for their hard work and dedication.
Young and talented Ezri Konsa claimed the Valley Gold Young Player of the Year award.
Konsa, who plays as a centre back for the first-team squad, said: “It’s been a great season for me, personally. To have broken through early doors and kept on playing – I think I’ve played around 38 more games – it’s a great achievement and I’ve learned a lot.”
This 19-year-old joined Charlton Athletic at the age of 12. He made his debut in 2016 against Cheltenham Town in the League Cup. On 16 March 2017, Konsa was called up to the England U20 squad, his first international call up.
Ricky Holmes was announced as both the Supporters’ Player of the Year and the Charlton Athletic Disabled Supporters Association’s (CADSA) Player of the Year. He has also been nominated for the Sky Bet League One Player of the Month award for April 2017. All in all, the winger ended season in superb form.
The third club award went to Josh Magennis, who was honoured to be named as the club’s PFA Community Champion of the Year on Sunday afternoon, for his amazing contributions to the Charlton Athletic Community Trust and his dedication to his duty as the Ambassador of Disability.