Bristol City supporters were left fuming following the Players’ Football Association announcing their Team of the Year, which did not include star striker Tammy Abraham.
The 19 year-old arrived at Ashton Gate on loan from Premier League giants Chelsea last summer with very little expectation having not experienced professional football prior to the move.
However, up to the point of writing this, the youngster has 22 goals for the Robins this campaign in the Championship and if it weren’t for that, then the club would probably already be relegated.
The England under-21 international is third in the league’s top goal scorer list, behind Leeds United’s Chris Wood and the ever-reliant Glenn Murray at Brighton & Hove Albion.
In Bristol City’s last three outings, Abraham has been responsible for racking up four points – scoring two against Wolverhampton Wanderers to earn the win and a draw at Blackburn Rovers.
Despite all these note-worthy reasons as to why he should have been included in the PFA Team of the Year, he wasn’t and here is how fans reacted on Twitter to the absentee….
— Katy Fugill (@bcfcgal) April 20, 2017
As if Tammy Abraham hasn't got in the Championship team of the year
— MΔTTY (@Matty_bcfc4) April 20, 2017
@FootyAccums No abraham? I know he's not scored as many , but for a team who is not as good/ as much money as Newcastle he did well
— Peter Rex (@peterrex2105) April 20, 2017
— Tom Geoffrey (@TomGeoffrey) April 20, 2017
Also bit of a joke Abraham isn't in the Champ TOTY. Has basically kept Bristol City up with his goals
— Sam (@samwilkinsqpr) April 20, 2017
The fact that Tammy Abraham isn't in the @SkyBetChamp PFA TOTS shows how clueless people are.
— Alex Lane-Kieltyka (@Alex_Elkay21) April 20, 2017
19 years old
22 league goals
Team fighting relegation
Most away goals
Record teenage goalscorer.
No team of the year.
— Jack Roylance (@roystar11) April 20, 2017
Bristol City fans, should Tammy Abraham have been included? Who would you drop to have him in here? Let us hear your thoughts in the comments below!