Date: 7th May 2018 at 7:38am
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Doncaster Rovers midfielder James Coppinger continues to defy his ageing years as a footballer after winning two big awards at the clubs end of season awards dinner.

The 37-year-old claimed both the Player and Players’ Player of the Year at the end of season bash on Saturday night.

The clubs record appearance-maker with 574 appearances in 14-years, made 42 appearances in the 2017/18 season.

Coppinger also won the Doncaster Rovers supporters club Player of the Year for the third time in four seasons and he took to Twitter to tell the fans how happy he was at claiming the awards.

Doncaster are currently in talks with Coppinger about a new deal with the midfielder out of contract this summer and fans want him to stay. Coppinger has continued to commute to the club from Middlesbrough and after 14-years, could this be the perfect end to his long spell at the club?

Fans would certainly like to see him stay.

Striker John Marquis won the Golden Boot for the second season in a row. Marquis followed up his 26 goals last season with 15 this season.

Defender Danny Amos won the Young Player of the Year. It has been a memorable season for the youngster. He signed his first professional deal with the club in November, won his first cap for Northern Ireland at under-19 level and started his first game in the Football League in the recent draw at Oldham Athletic. At the weekend, he started his first home game in the narrow defeat to champions Wigan Athletic and he described Saturday as an unreal experience.

Do you think James Coppinger will sign a new deal?

Will Doncaster keep hold of John Marquis this summer or will he move on to a new club?

How far do you think youngster Danny Amos can go?