2019/20 WFC Player/Young Player Of The Year Award

Due to these unprecedented times we have agreed to run the voting process for the prestigious 2019/20 WFC Player/Young Player Of The Year award via online streams.

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic we are unsure if or when the season will be concluded and we feel that nothing will be gained from delaying the voting further.

The Robert Sadler Shield plus a keepsake shield will be awarded to the player that receives the most votes and the player that scoops the award will also be awarded £200 travel vouchers courtesy of Co-Operative Travel.

The Young Player Of The Season will receive a shield, a keepsake shield and £100 travel vouchers again courtesy of Co-Operative Travel.

Players eligible for the Young Player Of The Year are those that were 21 or under at the start of the 2019-20 season.

We are grateful to Nick Matthews and Steve Thompson for their help with the awards this season.

The voting period will begin at 10am on Friday 10th April 2020 and will close at 10pm on Friday 24th April 2020.

We will send the voting portal link via all social media platforms on Friday morning.

Please be aware that due to the nature of this award the online portal will only allow ONE vote per device so if there are more than one Saddler in each household then you will have to use another device to that of the previous voter.

All votes will be counted/ verified and the winners of the prestigious awards will be announced on Friday 1st May 2020.

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Imagine the voting being online…like its 2020 or something.

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Witchcraft!!

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I just hope there is no interference in the voting by the Russians.

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Strange how we always refer to them as The Russians, rarely just Russians,or Russians,or even just Russia.

I guess it’s sort of shorthand for the Russian government. But you are right, it is odd.

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I have always found the flexibility, interpretation, and varied parochial use of words interesting and often amusing Cooky.
Mellish road for one instance is always, The Mellish road :face_with_raised_eyebrow:
And whilst on the Russians, why not the Americans?
Need to go and have a lie down now.

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The local habit of referring to Asda as ‘the Asda’ is strange, too.

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Another one is Ukraine, which some but a redundant “The” in front of

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when people choose from a menu and say “I’ll have THE chicken”.

Or when prisons in other countries are always “notorious” even when hardly anyone’s ever heard of them.

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Also, are we the only part of the country where we reference our teams as the Blues, the Albion, the Wolves, the Villa, the Walsall, etc?

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Witherspoons - wtf is that about?

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And why is it always “The Pleck” or “The Birchills” but never “The Caldmore” or “The Palfrey”?

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Palfrey is so legendary it only needs one word.

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Same as Caldmore.
What goes on up Carma stays up Carma.

Born and bred in sunny Palfrey Simon.
I thought i was the reason for it being legendary :star_struck:

Me, too! (Well, not born)

And thank god (or Allah) for that NC.

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Where in Palfrey Simon.

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