Into its second year, the #PNNAwards 17/18 Twitter polls returned the following results:
Player of the Season
Winner: Matt Clarke
Runner-up: Brett Pitman
Goal of the Season
Winner: Brett Pitman v’s Fleetwood Town
Runner-up: Jamal Lowe v’s Fleetwood Town
Watch all of the four shortlisted goals of the season below.
All of Brett Pitman’s goals from 2017/18 certainly worth another viewing.
Mainstream Website of the Season
Winner: Portsmouth News
Excellent coverage continued from The News team, you can read Neil Allen’s end of season article here.
Runner-up: Official PFC
Pipped at the post, nevertheless top work from the clubs’ media team to bring Pompey fans the latest official news from Fratton Park.
Fans’ Media Production of the Season
Winner: Pompey Memes
Ian Chiverton said: “If we knew interviewing a drunk guy in the Crook would win us an award we would have done it earlier! Thanks to everyone who listened in this season. We are pleased our tin pot outfit appeals to so many. Play up Pom.P.”
Radio Station of the Season
Winner: Express FM
The passionately Portsmouth team take the kudos for the second season running – well done Niall McCaughan, Martin Hopkins, Alan Knight, Dave Bowers, Dan Shaw and the rest of the back room team and guest co-commentators through the season. Watch the Football Hour Fans’ Forum held on the 8th May below.
Runner-up: Solent Sport
Andrew Moon and Guy Whittingham were the usual pairing for the vast majority of the season which provided Pompey fans outside of the Express FM signal (or perhaps through choice) with match commentary. Good coverage from the BBC team overall.
An excellent BBC documentary was compiled to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Pompey lifting the FA Cup. Worth a listen here.
Fans’ Website/Forum of the Season
Winner: Pompey Online
POL win again – if you’re not already enrolled, access can be requested here.
Runner-up: Fans Network
Pompey fan Steve Bone regularly writes for the Fans Network, his end of season article can be read here.
Home Performance of the Season
Winner: Pompey 2 Wigan Athletic 1
A massive 91% voted for the Blues’ win against Paul Cook’s Latics. Great win and superb atmosphere at Fratton Park.
Runner-up: Pompey 4 Fleetwood Town 1
Away Day of the Season
Winner: MK Dons 1 Pompey 2
A massive 6,257 Blues’ fans travelled to Milton Keynes to see late goals from Matt Clarke and Conor Chaplin seal all 3 points.
Runner-up: Charlton 0 Pompey 1
That was 2017/18! Thanks to everyone who voted in our Twitter polls.
The play-offs were to be just out of reach, nevertheless overall a decent season for Pompey. Next season won’t be any easier, although Blues’ fans will be looking for a push into the play-offs.
Roll on the 2018/19 season, in the meantime – enjoy the World Cup!
[Photo: Joe Pepler]