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Ndidi Voted Leicester City Young Player Of The Year

Ndidi Voted Leicester City Young Player Of The Year

By Adeboye Amosu:                          Nigeria midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has won  Leicester City’s  Young Player of the Year award for the season, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

Ndidi picked the gong  at the club’s annual awards night on Tuesday night.


The former Genk of Belgium player beat the duo of Ben Chilwel and Demarai Gray to the award.

He was also nominated for the Players’ Player of the Season along with Harry Maguire and James Vardy with the Maguire going home with award.

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The trio were also contention for the player of the season award which was also won by  Maguire.

Captain of the team, Wes Morgan, went home with the performance of the prize.

Vardy’s superb  volley against West Brom was voted the  goal of the season

Ndidi who has been a key performer for the Foxes this season has made 33 league appearances for the club with four assists to his name.

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  • Well deserved!!! am just worried about his Injury and Russia is closer than thought….

  • Luqmanov 3 years ago

    Congrats! I wish you a quick recovery

    • kingsley 3 years ago

      Ndidi is out for six weeks injury

      • Luqmanov 3 years ago

        That’s really a big blow. This guy is a very important player for Nigeria at the moment

  • great feet…….

  • Sa Dave 3 years ago

    impressive! more of this to come in the future.. congrats mahn!

  • Bomboy 3 years ago

    My only regret is your injury. I see you as a future African Footballer of the year. Hope you will be fit for the world cup.

    • Luqmanov 3 years ago

      I pray so o. Eventhough we have other options in his position, Ndidi remains a very vital member of the current set.

  • Congrats Ndidi! The honour is well deserved. May yu recover well in time to shine at the World cup.

  • Abdul andah 3 years ago

    I just hope you can be very fit before the world cup proper.
    Nigeria really needs your service in that midfield men!