Supporters vote for McGhee as player of the year
Falkirk's players and fans had differing opinions over the player of the year for season 2017-18.
At last night’s gala awards held in the Inchyra hotel Jordan McGhee was crowned the supporters’ player of the year.
However the players within the dressing room voted forward Louis Longridge as their players’ player of the year.
The annual ceremony also handed out awards to members of Falkirk Foundation, the ladies football team and a special recognition to departing technical director Alex Smith.
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Hosted by Falkirk Stadium announcer and Rocksport Radio presenter Dave McIntosh the event was preceded by a sponsors presentation with the squad and management.
Carys Borg-Grech won the ‘Achieve More award’ for the Falkirk Community Football Foundation while coach Martin Reid was recognised with the Foundation’s outstanding achievement award.
Shivohn Honeyman was named Falkirk FC Ladies Player of the Year and also collected the players’ player of the year award on behalf of team-mate Cari Johnston.