Club icon receives London award; John Tobutt also recognised

‘Team of the Decade.’ by naming him in their Peter WhittinghamThe Football League have honoured Cardiff City’s


Whittingham has made 339 League appearances for the Bluebirds since joining the Club in January 2007, scoring 72 League goals during that time.

The City stalwart – currently eighth in the list of the Club’s all-time appearance makers - received the prestigious honour at the Football League’s 10th annual Football League Awards ceremony, held on Sunday evening in London.


attended the gala ceremony with Peter and reflected on the midfielder’s fantastic achievement, saying: “On behalf of all at Cardiff City Football Club, I’d like to say how proud we are to see Peter honoured by the Football League in this way.Cardiff City CEO Ken Choo


“Peter has been a fantastic servant to us since 2007 and continues to play a significant role in what we’re trying to achieve here.


“His inclusion in the 'Team of the Decade' is fully justified and I’m delighted to see his contribution and talent recognised by the Football League. It’s thoroughly deserved.


our Academy Teacher & Coach, who was recognised by the League’s Club Hero Panel. We thank John for his continued efforts in helping coach and nurture our future talent.”John Tobutt,“I’d also like to congratulate


Highlights of the 2015 ceremony, which marked the 10th year of the awards, will be shown on Sky Sports 1 on Monday evening at 6:15pm and 9:15pm.

Jordan Rhodes. and Glenn MurrayRickie Lambert, Wes Hoolahan, Adam Lallana, Peter Whittingham, Gareth Bale, Wes Morgan, Angel Rangel, Ashley Williams, The full 'Team of the Decade' reads as: Kasper Schmeichel,