Mags Tribune Sports
English-born Sierra Leonean striker Josh Koroma was named Professional Players Association Champion of the Year Award.
The 23-year old’s pace, skill and fearless outing on the wings and center-attack helped him to win the award.
“It means a lot to me to win the award,” said Josh Koroma at the awards ceremony.
“Doing work in the community is very important. When I was in London, I played football all around the community and took part in community workshops and it worked out for me, so I know what a massive help it can be to younger kids and the younger generation.
“We need to stick together and keep things like that open to provide for the younger generation”.
The Sierra Leonean-born netted four goals and provided two assists in 34 Championship appearances this season.
Chief Executive of PFA Community Siobhan Atkinson added:
“Being able to meet and interact with Town’s playing squads and staff makes a huge impact on our participants and shows just how prominent the feeling of community at the Club is.
“I’d like to personally thank Josh for giving up his time to help us this season, it truly is greatly appreciated by all at the Foundation.”
Sierra Leonean have got immense interest in the Huddersfield Town tallestman Josh Koroma even though he was born and raised in Southwark in Borough London.