Mohamed Salah Named PFA Player of the Year

Mohamed Salah Named PFA Player of the Year


The Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been named the PFA Player Of The Year, whivh he no doubt deserves, after a successful season that has seen him score  over 40 goals in all competitions. 
The 25 year old beat Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne, with the pair reported to be in close competition for the award, while Tottenham Hotspur Harry Kane came third. 
He has not only broken the Reds goal scoring record for a single season he also broke the goal scoring record for the most goals by any Red in their debut season. 

⚽ Leroy Sane Named PFA Young Player Of The Year

Manchester City Winger Leroy Sane has been named the PFA Young Player Of The Year beating Harry Kane and team-mate Raheem Sterling to the award.
The 22 year old has been a key part in Manchester City attack alongside Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero, contributing his bit to their first Premier League Trophy under Pep Guardiola.
He has scored nine times in the league and registered 12 assists in the English Premier League and has also become an important part of the German National Team.

Other Award Winners Include

⚽ Women’s PFA Player of the Year – Chelsea Ladies forward Kirby
Kirby has been in exceptional form, which no doubt has helped thh Women’s Chelsea team to the final of the FA Cup, semi-finals of the Champions League and top of the WSL

⚽ Women’s PFA Young Player of the Year AWARD – Bristol City Women FC’s Lauren Hemp

⚽ Special Achievement Award – England captain Casey Stone

“The PFA have helped me so much, I wouldn’t be where I am on my coaching journey if it wasn’t for them.” Stoney said.

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