AFC Bournemouth have enjoyed another successful season, their fourth since initially gaining promotion to the Premier League in 2015.
With one match of the season to play, the Cherries sit 13th in the table with 47 points and could leapfrog Crystal Palace into 12th should results go their way on the final day of the season.
There has been plenty of action at both ends of the pitch, with Eddie Howe’s men scoring 53 times and conceding 65 goals in the league.
In addition to their league efforts, Bournemouth managed to progress to the quarterfinals of the Carabao Cup, where they succumbed to a late Eden Hazard goal to nil.
However, they weren’t as successful in the FA Cup, exiting at the third round stage to fellow Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion.
With many fantastic moments, some not so good experiences and everything in between, we’ve decided to look back at the 2018/19 season and pick out some award winners…
Bournemouth 2018/19 End of Season Awards
Player of the Season
Ryan Fraser has impressed no end with his attacking productivity this season, scoring seven goals and providing 14 assists in the top flight. His form has lead to reports of a move to Arsenal recently.
Young Player of the Season
David Brooks joined the club from Sheffield United last summer and has enjoyed a fantastic debut top-flight campaign. The Welshman looks set to be a star in the team for years to come.
Callum Wilson has transformed into a top all-round centre forward this season. The 27-year-old has 14 top-flight goals to his name and has formed a fantastic partnership with Josh King.
Dominic Solanke moved to the South Coast club from Liverpool in January, costing £19m. After arriving with a slight injury the forward has failed to stamp his mark on the team and has been limited to mainly substitute appearances.
Most Improved Player
We had to fit Josh King in somewhere, so we’ve decided to give him the most improved player award. The Norwegian international has continued his productivity in front of goal and established himself as one of the ‘best of the rest’ Premier League strikers.
Best Summer Signing
Jefferson Lerma joined last summer for a then club record transfer fee from Levante. He has since established himself in the middle of the park and produced several impressive displays.
We’ve gone for the comprehensive home victory over Chelsea in January. A Josh King brace and goals from David Brooks and Charlie Daniels gave the Cherries a 4-0 win.
Bournemouth went down without a trace at Tottenham in December, conceding five goals without hitting back. Son Heung-min and Harry Kane were amongst the scorers that day.
Goal of the Season
We’ve gone for David Brooks’ strike against Crystal Palace in October, a fantastic effort into the very top left-hand corner of the goal past the despairing Wayne Hennessey.