Former York City centre-back Tom Allan has been named as Supporters’ Player of the Season at National League North rivals Alfreton Town.
The 6’4″ defender made eleven appearances for hometown club York while including loan spells at Hucknall Town and Harrogate Town, until reuniting with former City boss Gary Mills at Gateshead in June 2014.
After totalling 22 appearances and a couple of goals for the Tynesiders, Allan then signed for Alfreton in July 2015 – and has since played over a century of games while contributing a dozen goals.
Ironically one of those was an equaliser during a 1-1 draw with the Minstermen at Bootham Crescent back in February.
The visitors’ ranks also featured ex-City midfielder Tom Platt, while one-time York legend Andy McMillan was in their dugout as assistant manager.
? | On a wonderful day for everyone at #ATFC, Tom Allan picks up his Supporters Player of the Season award, Bill Draper is presented with a memento from Chairman Wayne Bradley for reaching his 2000th game milestone ?? pic.twitter.com/0N2Olbkv4t
— Alfreton Town FC (@AlfretonTownFC) April 21, 2018