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Coventry City captain Jim O'Brien scoops double awards with Player of the Season and Goal of the Season

4 May 2015

The City captain secures the fans' votes after an impressive first season with the Sky Blues...

Coventry City captain Jim O'Brien swept up a double in the End of Season awards, winning Player of the Season and Goal of the Season.

The City midfielder won the Player of the Season vote with 38% of the vote as Matthew Pennington claimed second and Reda Johnson took third place.

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He also claimed Goal of the Season with a whooping 73% of the vote for his goal against Walsall as Frank Nouble's goal against Plymouth claimed second and Aaron Phillips' strike against Exeter City was voted third.



O'Brien has had a successful first season with the Sky Blues having made 48 appearances for City this season, scoring six goals.

The 27-year old said: "I'm absolutely delighted to win the award and it's always nice to get recognition for your hard work.

"I don't normally score many goals so to get Goal of the Season is really nice as well. I take any goal really but it's the most goals I've scored in a season which is great.

"It's all about looking forward now and building on my first season here as I think I can do much better and so can the club."


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