Date: 9th May 2011 at 10:00am
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Vital Bristol City readers have named Albert Adomah as our Player of the Year for the 2010/11 season.

The 23-year-old enjoyed an excellent debut season in the Championship, which was enough to earn him 32% of the vote to narrowly beat off the challenge of Steven Caulker (21%) and Brett Pitman (17%).

The ex-Barnet winger joined City last summer for nominal fee and has gone on to become one of the bargains of the season at Championship level.

Adomah improved immensely throughout a season where he made 45 league starts for the Robins and mucked in with a highly commendable five goals and nine assists from the right-wing.

Voting on our website closed at midday today (9 May) with the official club verdict set to be announced at the end of season awards ceremony this Friday.

Congratulations to Alby from all of us here at Vital and lets hope he’s still tormenting full-back’s in a City shirt next season.