Rotherham United PFA Community Player of the Year
The PFA has been successful throughout the year in the challenges it has faced due to the strength of support from its members. The aims of the organisation is to protect, improve and negotiate the conditions, rights and status of all professional players by collective bargaining agreements.
Rotherham United PFA Frazer Richardson, a local lad from Wickersley continues to give back to his home town under the brand of the football club. Throughout the season he played a prominent role within the community. He has attended several events within the community such as Girls’ football session at Dinnington Comprehensive, Kids Cup Tournament, meet and greet with question and answer sessions for pupils at different schools in Rotherham
PFA Richardson’s contribution to the community has earned him the Rotherham United CST Community Player of the Year award for the 2014/15 season.
Mark Cummins, Community Manager said, “Frazer Richardson has and continues to be a great role model. He is always enthusiastic and willing to answer questions, sign autographs and pose for photos with our participants whilst giving in insight into life as a professional footballer. Having access to the players makes a massive difference to our community work and having people like Frazer supporting us inspires the next generation of Millers fans.”