Egypt-eligible Morsy wins Chesterfield Player of the Year award
22-year-old holding midfielder Sam Morsy, who has made 39 appearances as he proved an instrumental force in Chesterfield’s promotion and run to the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final, was given the Player of the Year award by the club’s chairman.
This is Morsy’s second piece of silverware this season after the Spireites were crowned champions of League Two on Saturday.
Morsy, who previously expressed his desire to represent Egypt, missed the last three games of the season with suspension.
Chesterfield’s preparations for life in the third tier will inevitably include the Egypt-eligible Morsy, though it would not be surprising if his contribution to the club’s success over the past year leads to interest from clubs higher in the pyramid.
Though for now, Morsy can relax and unwind from a tough season of League Two football, one that he can look back on with immense pride as he adds to his trophy cabinet with 2 well-earned medals.
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