Bournemouth celebrity David Brooks named Welsh player of the year
- The 21-year-old was additionally named as Wales’ young player of the year
- Genuine Madrid’s Gareth Bale was named as Wales’ players’ player of the year
- Seattle Reign midfielder Jess Fishlock grabbed the principle ladies’ prize
- David Brooks has topped an important a year by being named Welsh footballer of the year.
The 21-year-old Bournemouth forward was additionally named youthful player of the year at the yearly Football Association of Wales Awards in the Vale of Glamorgan, with Seattle Reign midfielder Jess Fishlock getting the primary ladies’ prize.
Warrington-conceived Brooks spoke to England at Under-20 level, being named the player of the 2017 Toulon Tournament, yet picked to play for his motherland’s of birth.
Rivulets featured as he made his aggressive Wales debut in the 4-1 Nations League annihilation of the Republic of Ireland in September and has turned into a first-group customary under administrator Ryan Giggs.
At club level, Brooks joined Bournemouth from Sheffield United for £11.5million the previous summer and has made an amazing begin to life in the best flight.
Streams has scored six objectives in 25 Premier League appearances and marked another long haul contract at Bournemouth recently subsequent to being connected with Manchester United and Tottenham.
The tremendously skilled youth battled off challenge from any semblance of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey to win the honor.
Genuine Madrid’s Bale was named players’ player of the year and the media decision grant went to Ben Davies.
Previous administrator John Toshack, who additionally won 40 tops somewhere in the range of 1969 and 1980, was given the uncommon honor for his lifetime accomplishment in Welsh football.
Fishlock was named Welsh ladies’ player of the year for the fifth time.
The 32-year-old from Cardiff is the main Welsh player, female or male, to acquire 100 tops for the national group.
The ladies’ skipper, Chelsea safeguard Sophie Ingle, won the players’ player of the year grant, with Elise Hughes named youthful player of the year.