Keeper Scott Brown named as official Port Vale player of the 2018-19 season

Port Vale goalkeeper Scott Brown has been crowned as the club’s player of the season at the official player of the year awards night.

The summer signing won four awards on the night while veteran striker Tom Pope was awarded three.

Since I have been in he has been unbelievable. The save against Mansfield might be the biggest save anybody has ever made for the football club…

Goalkeeper Brown was a hugely popular winner of the official player of the year award. Manager John Askey paid tribute commenting: “Since I have been in he has been unbelievable. The save against Mansfield might be the biggest save anybody has ever made for the football club.”

Brown also won the Official Away Travel Player of the Year award, the Players’ Player of the Year award and  the official Port Vale Supporters Club award, which was renamed this year after the late Errol Yorke.

Brown commented that it was an honour to receive an award named after the much-missed supporter.

All the night’s awards

Tom Pope – a special award to celebrate reaching a hundred Port Vale goals.

Ryan Campbell-Gordon – the youth team player of the season.

Nathan Smith – the young player of the year.

Tom Pope – the top goalscorer award.

Tom Pope – the PFA Community Champion award.

Scott Brown – the Errol Yorke official Port Vale Supporters Club award.

Tom Conlon – the goal of the season.

Scott Brown – the Official Away Travel Player of the Year.

Scott Brown – the Players’ Player of the Year.

Scott Brown – the official Port Vale Player of the Year.

Steve Speed – special award for forty years service to Port Vale FC.