Ramelton man Kyle Callan-McFadden was last night named as the Sligo Rovers Player of the Year for 2017.
The centre-back signed a new contract just after the end of the season.
Callan-McFadden was instrumental as Sligo climbed away from relegation danger to survive in the Premier Division following a testing campaign for the Bit O’Red.
New manager Gerard Lyttle helped steady the wobbles and Callan-McFadden was central to their good end to the campaign.
“I really want us to push on next season,” Callan-McFadden said in a recent interview.
He had been tipped as a possible target for Cork City, the champions, but the former Norwich City and Orlando City B man has committed to the Showgrounds.
He was presented with his award last night by Lyttle and the Chairman of Sligo County Council Seamus Kilgannon.Tags: