Wolverhampton Wanderers may have beaten Birmingham City yesterday and won the league this weekend but there was still some disappointment last night.
Wolves star Ruben Neves missed out on the Sky Bet Championship Player of the Year award as Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon scooped the top award instead.
Neves was nominated for the Player of the Year accolade alongside Fulham duo Sessegnon and Tom Cairney and many Wolves fans expected him to win the top prize after an exceptional season in gold and black.
The 21-year-old has taken to Championship football with ease after his summer switch and his performances in central midfield have helped fire Wolves to promotion to the Premier League.
But Wolves fans were shocked and disappointed to see him miss out with 17-year-old Sessegnon instead claiming his fifth award of the evening.
Here are a selection of the best tweets from Wolves fans after hearing that Neves had not won the Player of the Year award.
I hope Fulham miss out on automatics and fail in the playoffs now so that Sessegnon is either playing in the Champ next season or sitting on a Prem team’s subs bench. #wwfc
— Mitchell Leary (@LearyMitchell) April 16, 2018
Ruben Neves not winning @EFL POTY is a blessing in disguise.
— Wizards on the Wing (@GoldenPalaceWW) April 16, 2018
— Nathan Judah (@njudah_star) April 15, 2018
Player of the year and young player of the year should of not both gone to one player. Neves SHOULD of got player of the year and sessegnon young player of the year. Facts. #wwfc
— PaulyJay (@pauljmoody89) April 16, 2018
Ryan Sessegnon undoubtedly deserved Young Player of the Year, but Neves was robbed of POTY. A travesty. #WWFC
— Futebol Clube do Wolverhampton (@WWFutebolClube) April 16, 2018
I’m not gonna get salty about Sessegnon winning the awards. Been class every time I’ve seen him to be honest. Won’t be long until he’s in the England team!!
We’ve got Neves and that’s all that matters! ???????? #wwfc
— Steve Phipps (@stevephipps83) April 16, 2018
People who point to lack of goals and assists from Ruben Neves don’t appreciate what an incredible player he has been. His range of passing is second to none and the way he dictates and controls the game is unbelievable, especially taking into account he is just 21 #wwfc
— Tom Burden (@MrTomBurden) April 16, 2018
It’s literally daylight robbery. He couldn’t score any of Neves’ goals, his pass completion rate is no where near our man, and his average game stat rating is lower. Joke.
— James York (@JamesJWYork) April 15, 2018
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