You, as Bradford City supporters now have the opportunity to vote for who you think has been the star man during the current 2015-16 campaign.
Each supporter is only allowed to vote only ONCE.
The winner of the Telegraph & Argus/JCT600 Player of the Year award will receive the trophy at the end of season Player of the Year awards evening, which takes place at The Coral Windows Stadium on Tuesday 26th April 2016.
Voting is NOW
open to all supporters. Supporters can vote, either by clicking the link -> bit.ly/1oWNP7t
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F.A.O Wendy James
Bradford City Player of the Year vote
Coral Windows Stadium
It's been another positive campaign so far for Phil Parkinson's side and some notable and consistent seasons have been had by the players, but the question is, who has topped the pile?
Ben Williams has kept countless clean sheets, has broken club records and has really established himself as the club's first choice stopper despite the arrival and subsequent departure of former Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones earlier in the season.
The skipper, Stephen Darby has been his usual consistent self along with defensive counterparts James Meredith and Nathan Clarke.
The holder of the award, Rory McArdle, has also conjured up a strong case for a retention of his title with another outstanding campaign at the heart of the defence and along side him for the majority of the campaign, Reece Burke has also been eye-catching. Arriving as an unknown youngster to City fans in the main, the lad on loan from West Ham United has been exemplary and has a bright future in the game.
So too, does Lee Evans who has surely been impressing Kenny Jackett, who is of course the gaffer at his parent club, Wolves. He has certainly impressed us here at Bradford.
James Hanson is currently in his 7th season with the club and he has yet again reached double figures on the goal scoring front and looks like he's going to be the club's top goal scorer, perhaps the local lad gets your vote?
Jamie Proctor has been amongst the goals lately alongside Billy Clarke and has been a key player since his arrival from Fleetwood Town. Steven Davies has scores a number of important goals too, particularly in recent weeks. Maybe one of the attackers get your vote?
Every member of the 2012-13 'History Makers' side will be remembered fondly by the City supporters and a real crowd favourite returned on loan from Preston North End in the form of Kyel Reid. The 'jet-heeled' winger made an instant impact at Rochdale back in October, maybe it's him who gets your vote?
On the other side of the midfield has been Tony McMahon throughout the majority of the season and to say he has played as a right-back for the most part of his career, a return of 5 goals and 15 assists is certainly commendable!
It's a really tough one to call this year, but it's one which once again is in your hands!
Voting closes on Saturday 23rd April.