Player of the Season 2022/23 | Vote now!
Voting is now open for Bluebirds to select their Player of the Season for the 2022/23 campaign!
The Award will be presented by Cardiff City Supporters’ Club at our 2023 Awards Evening on Sunday, April 30th.
There are six City players to choose from, and your votes alone will determine the winner! Read through our shortlist and then cast your vote at the bottom of the page.
Voting closes at midday on Monday, April 17th.
Since joining the Club on loan from FC Midtjylland in January, Sory Kaba has certainly made an impact for the Bluebirds in his short time in the Welsh capital so far.
The striker opened his goalscoring account with a goal on his home debut against Middlesbrough in February, and netted against Bristol City in an exciting Severnside derby victory the following month, scoring an additional three goals for City to date.
Joining the Bluebirds on loan from West Bromwich Albion at the start of the 2022/23 campaign, defender Cédric Kipré has been a mainstay in the City defence throughout the season.
With 38 appearances in all competitions so far this season, Cédric has missed only three of the Bluebirds' league fixtures this term, with two of those due to ineligibility against his parent club.
Another key member of City's defensive unit, Perry Ng has shone once again this season, making 38 league appearances so far this campaign.
Demonstrating his versatility in defensive positions throughout the season, Perry has also shown his ability a the other end of the pitch this season, helping the Bluebirds to notable away victories against both Middlesbrough and Birmingham City, the latter goal being an unforgettable free-kick from over 20 yards out.
Cementing his place in City folklore, the defender also took a turn between the sticks against Bristol City, seeing out injury time with a clean sheet as the Bluebirds defeated the Robins at CCS.
Callum O'Dowda has been a key signing for the Bluebirds since he moved to South Wales last summer. The Republic of Ireland international's 35 league appearances so far this season has seen him yield three goals and three assists for the Club.
Impressing consistently for City, he hit the ground running upon arriving at CCS, getting an assist for Romaine Sawyers' opening day winner against Norwich City, before scoring his first goal in a Bluebirds' shirt against Reading the following week.
Another loanee who has impressed across the course of the season is forward Jaden Philogene. The Aston Villa loanee notably scored his first City goal early on in the season, netting the winner against Birmingham City at CCS in August.
Showing confidence and composure on the ball consistently across his performances in a City shirt, the 21-year-old helped the Bluebirds secure three points in the Severnside derby late on with a great low strike from the edge of the area in March.
With seven goals and six assists to his name in all competitions from his first season in South Wales, Callum Robinson has certainly made a big impact since his arrival at the Club - immediately setting the mark with two assists on his first City start in a 3-2 away victory against Middlesbrough.
Registering his first goal in City colours in a hard-fought draw with Burnley the following month, the Republic of Ireland international added a second goal and another assist in the following two fixtures, helping his side to consecutive victories against both Blackburn Rovers and Wigan Athletic.