Amad Diallo misses out on Young Player of The Season as EFL Awards announced

The EFL have announced the winners of their end of season awards for the 2022/23 campaign and Sunderland star Amad Diallo has missed out.

Bristol City’s promising playmaker Alex Scott edged Diallo to win the Championship Young Player of the Season award.

In response to his failure to win an award at the star-studded evening at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, Diallo took to social media to vent his frustrations.

He tweeted, ‘Young player, who?’ Followed by a pair of laughing emojis.

Diallo has scored 12 goals in 35 league appearances for Tony Mowbray’s side side this season, as Sunderland continue to battle for the Championship play-off places.

Scott’s performances this season means he joins a list of prestigious winners of the Championship Young Player of The Season Award, including former Galactico, Gareth Bale.

Other noteworthy winners of the award include Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham and Aston Villa talisman Olly Watkins.

Also in the Championship, Middlesbrough’s leading goalscorer Chuba Akpom won the Player of The Season award.

And following Burnley’s immediate return to the Premier League, Vincent Kompany was recognised as the EFL Championship’s Manager of the Season.

The list of winners of the EFL Awards 2023:

Championship Manager of the Season: Vincent Kompany (Burnley)

Championship Player of the Season: Chuba Akpom (Middlesbrough)

Championship Young Player of the Season: Alex Scott (Bristol City)

Championship Apprentice of the Season: Ash Phillips (Blackburn Rovers)

League One Manager of the Season: Steven Schumacher (Plymouth Argyle)

League One Player of the Season: Aaron Collins (Bristol Rovers)

League One Young Player of the Season: Bali Mumba (Plymouth Argyle)

League One Apprentice of the Season: Zach Mitchell (Charlton Athletic)

League Two Manager of the Season: Richie Wellens (Leyton Orient)

League Two Player of the Season: Sam Hoskins (Northampton Town)

League Two Young Player of the Season: Junior Tchamadeu (Colchester United)

League Two Apprentice of the Season: Josh Tomlinson (Northampton Town)

Goal of the Season: Ismalia Sarr vs West Brom (Watford)

The complete list of EFL Awards 2023 winners can be found on the Official EFL Website.