Midfielder wins Huddersfield Town’s top accolade
- Jonathan Hogg named Player of the Year for 2020/21
- Midfielder received 35% of votes from supporters
- Josh Koroma and Lewis O’Brien finished second and third
Jonathan Hogg has won Huddersfield Town’s Hargreaves Memorial Player of the Year Trophy for the 2020/21 campaign!
The midfielder received 35% of the supporters’ votes, which were collated in association with the Huddersfield Examiner.
Josh Koroma, who finished as Town’s top scorer, and last year’s winner Lewis O’Brien finished second and third respectively.
This is the midfielder’s second Player of the Year accolade after being voted Player of the Year by Blue & White Foundation members at the start of the month.
Hoggy has been a real leader for the Terriers this campaign with his work ethic and will to win shining through.
The midfield general has averaged just under two tackles, interceptions and clearances per game. Alongside this, his pass succession rate was 86%!
He also scored his first goal for the Club in over four and a half years, bagging in a defeat against AFC Bournemouth.
Well done, Hoggy!