Wednesday, 13 April 2011

PFA Young Player Of The Year 2011

Samir Nasri

Started the season off flying, with the absence of Cesc he shone. But with injuries and Arsenal’s slump in form he faded, but still has had his best season at Arsenal scoring 9 goals.


Javier Hernandez


The little man from Mexico has had a great first season in England. He is a goal poacher who comes alive in the box. Similar to another United great Solskjaer is he carries on he can turn out to be even better.


Nani


Has had his best season at Old Trafford with 9 goals he is now showing the player he can be and why Fergie invested in him. His improvement co-insides with the departure of Ronaldo.

Jack Wilshere


He started the season as one of the Arsenal kids for the future, but now is a first team regular and an England starter. No player has grown more than Wilshere this season, who has held his own against some of the best midfielders across Europe this year.

Seamus Coleman


The young Irishman has been a key part to the Everton set up this season and is now getting recognised for his work. Others at Goodison may get the tabloid inches but he has a big future ahead of him.


Joe Hart

England and Manchester City’s number one has been consistent all season and there’s no sign of him giving up either jersey any time soon.


Gareth Bale


Has had a great season his hat-trick at the San Siro was a definite highlight, bagging 7 goals this season. He has tormented right backs all year. He would have done a lot more but the young Welshman still picks up a lot of injuries which could hinder him in the long run.


My pick would be Gareth Bale at Tottenham

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