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Old 29-04-2019, 09:48 AM
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Sterling wins the writer's award. VVD second and Aguero third.

Votes also cast for the following:

Harry Kane (Tottenham), Eden Hazard (Chelsea), Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal), Bernardo Silva and David Silva (Manchester City).
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Old 05-05-2019, 07:33 AM
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Managers to win 29+ games in a 38 game English top-flight season:

Mourinho 04-05
Mourinho 05-06
Conte 16-17
Guardiola 17-18
Guardiola 18-19
Klopp 18-19

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Old 05-05-2019, 10:26 AM
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Sterling wins the writer's award. VVD second and Aguero third.

Votes also cast for the following:

Harry Kane (Tottenham), Eden Hazard (Chelsea), Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal), Bernardo Silva and David Silva (Manchester City).
None for Pogba Pogba?
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Old 05-05-2019, 10:36 AM
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Crazy eh 😉
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Old 06-05-2019, 08:07 PM
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I’m putting my neck out on the line here, Don Hutchinson is the best pundit and / or co-commentator around at the moment.
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Old 06-05-2019, 09:25 PM
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I’m putting my neck out on the line here, Don Hutchinson is the best pundit and / or co-commentator around at the moment.
Very good alright. Has a strong knowledge of European football while also being a former player and a decent one at that.
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Old 07-05-2019, 07:45 AM
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Yeah, it's mostly dipping in and out of European league games on BT that I've caught him, but he was on BBC Radio 5 Live last night and I thought he was fantastic there too.
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Old 10-05-2019, 03:41 PM
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(Not quite) Every Premier League club’s Player of the Season

ARSENAL
Player of the Season – Alexandre Lacazette

The France striker isn’t the Gunners’ top scorer but 19 goals and 13 assists as half of a formidable pairing with Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang make Lacazette a worthy winner. In any case, aside from Aubameyang, there wasn’t much competition.

Alexandre Lacazette is the only Arsenal player with 10+ goals and 10+ assists across all competitions this season.

BOURNEMOUTH
Player of the Season – Nathan Ake
Players’ Player of the Season – Nathan Ake

Upon presenting the Players’ Player of the Season award which he won himself last year, Joshua King said Ake was his “first, second and third pick”. Ryan Fraser might feel a little hard done by.

BRIGHTON
Player of the Season – Shane Duffy
Players’ Player of the Season – Lewis Dunk

Duffy took 41 per cent of the fans vote, ahead of Dunk in second with 18 per cent. The Brighton players obviously disagreed.

BURNLEY
Player of the Season – Ashley Westwood
Players’ Player of the Year – Ashley Westwood

Eight assists and two goals were enough to see the former Crewe and Villa midfielder do the double.

CARDIFF
Player of the Season – Neil Etheridge
Players’ Player of the Season – Victor Camarasa

Cardiff fans presumably recognise that things would have been worse for Cardiff – worse the relegation? – had it not been for Etheridge in the sticks, not that his team-mates were willing to admit it.

CHELSEA
To be announced on Friday, May 10

CRYSTAL PALACE
Player of the Season – Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Players’ Player of the Season – Aaron Wan-Bissaka

The young right-back earned 59 per cent of the votes from supporters, with Luka Milivojevic second and Wilfried Zaha third.

EVERTON
To be announced on Friday, May 10

FULHAM
To be announced…

HUDDERSFIELD
Player of the Season – Christopher Schindler
Players’ Player of the Season – Philip Billing

Schindler received 23% of the fans’ votes, while Billing was rated most highly by his team-mates. Karlan Grant came third and fourth in the two awards, having only made his first start two months before the awards were announced.

LEICESTER
Player of the Season – Ricardo Pereira
Players’ Player of the Season – Ricardo Pereira

James Maddison had to make do with the Young Player of the Season award.

LIVERPOOL
To be announced…

MANCHESTER CITY
To be announced…

MANCHESTER UNITED
Player of the Season – Luke Shaw
Players’ Player of the Season – Luke Shaw

The shiniest turd in the sewer was announced on MUTV, shortly after Geoffrey Boycott went rogue by dropping some truth bombs…

I don’t think #mutv will be inviting Geoff Boycott back on anytime soon. Ffs Geoff! �� #mufc #MUFCPOTY pic.twitter.com/imBV8m7iVx

— Gwilym Cox (@gwilymcox) May 9, 2019

NEWCASTLE
Player of the Season – Salomon Rondon

In their statement announcing Rondon as winner, Newcastle alluded to the fact the centre-forward has scored or assisted 47 per cent of their Premier League goals. Yet, they don’t seem that arsed about actually signing him.

SOUTHAMPTON
Player of the Season – Nathan Redmond
Players’ Player of the Season – Nathan Redmond

“I know I’ve not been the easiest to watch in the last couple of years,” admitted Redmond when collecting his awards. You’re not alone there, Nathan…

TOTTENHAM
To be announced on Saturday, May 11

WATFORD
Player of the Season – Etienne Capoue
Players’ Player of the Season – Ben Foster

To what does Foster attribute his honour, 12 years after winning it last? The fact he brings crisps and chocolate to every away game. That would be enough to swing our vote too.

WEST HAM
Player of the Season – Lucasz Fabianski
Players’ Player of the Season – Declan Rice

In his first season at the club, Fabianski became the sixth goalkeeper to be named Hammer of the Year, following in the footsteps of Lawrie Leslie, Phil Parkes, Ludek Miklosko, Shaka Hislop and Robert Green. Declan Rice was runner-up in the fan vote but the England midfielder’s contribution was recognised by his team-mates.

WOLVES
To be announced on Tuesday, May 14

https://www.football365.com/news/eve...-of-the-season
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Old 10-05-2019, 03:47 PM
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