Saturday, 20 April 2013

PFA Player Of The Year Is.......



PFA Player of the Year shortlist:


Robin van Persie - My Winner 
Luis Suarez 
Gareth Bale 
Michael Carrick 
Juan Mata 
Eden Hazard

Van Persie -  The Dutchman has probably been the signing of the summer for United as his goals have lead United to the title. He may have had a small dip in form for part of the season but his quality did show and is my pick for this award. Carried on his form from last season and could win this award for the second season on the spin.

Suarez- Had by far his best season at Liverpool, a good goal scorer, not great as he does miss a lot, but at least he's in those positions. He for me showed his work rate is one of the best in England and he is too good to be playing Europa League in a World Cup year.

Bale – Has had his best season in English football. He has mastered playing on the wing or down the middle. Bale is now the key man for club and country and the future looks bright for Bale. He won't win this version of the award.

Carrick – A lot love him a lot hate him, some think he should be in the England team, some think he shouldn't even be in the United team. However the facts are he will add another Premier League winners medal to his collection and I think will land the Man United player of the year, not this one. He has been consistent, a great passer and keeps the ball better then any player in his position in England.

Mata – As one of the trio behind the striker at Chelsea Mata performances this season show how much of a talent he is, he still can’t break into the Spanish starting 11 but he has had a big season in the blue of Chelsea.

Hazard – The second Chelsea player, another one of the trio behind he front man, for his first season in England he has done very well. He does add that something a little bit different to the rest, a very skillful exciting player with a bright future. Apart from his incident with a ball boy the Belgium has had a great season.


PFA Young Player of the Year shortlist
Gareth Bale - My Winner
Christian Benteke 
Eden Hazard
Romelu Lukaku
Danny Welbeck 
Jack Wilshere

Bale – Like I said he has had his best season in English football. He has mastered playing on the wing or down the middle. Bale is now the key man for club and country and the future looks bright for Bale. I think he will end up winning this version of the award.

Benteke – Another Belgium in this exciting list, he has been a beast for Villa. In a team that have struggled this year he has been a shining light through-out. He probably won’t win this as Aston Villa are not a 'fashionable' or 'big club' but he has been fantastic.


Hazard – The second Chelsea player, another one of the trio behind he front man, for his first season in England he has done very well. He does add that something a little bit different to the rest, a very skillful exciting player with a bright future. 

Lukaku – Has used his loan spell to show Chelsea, the Premier League and his country what he can do at this level. Similar to Drogba in some ways he bullies defenders and has been a star this year. He can play as the front man on his own or in a pair. I think he will go on loan again next year before his career at Chelsea really begins.

Welbeck – Not his best goal scoring season but when needed he does the job. His goal against Real Madrid will probably be his personal highlight of the year. Another winners medal for him in May will make up for the lack of goals. His work rate is exceptional and that has to be noted.

Wilshere – A injury hit season but when available you can see how badly Arsenal need and miss him. He won’t win this but he has to make sure he's fully rested and 100% fit for next year, a Wold Cup year when not only Arsenal but England will be watching and relying on him.


Players unlucky not to get a mention 

Michu
Santi Cazorla
Leighton Baines
Rafael 
Jan Vertongan 
Rickie Lambert 

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