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The 4 biggest PFA Team of the Year snubs

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It seems that when the PFA Team of the Year is announced every year, a debate ensues. This year is no different. The 2016/17 PFA Team of the Year consisted of: David de Gea, Kyle Walker, David Luiz, Gary Cahill, Danny Rose, Eden Hazard, Dele Alli, N’Golo Kante, Sadio Mane, Harry Kane, and Romelu Lukaku.

The 4 biggest PFA Team of the Year snubs

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It seems that when the PFA Team of the Year is announced every year, a debate ensues. This year is no different. The 2016/17 PFA Team of the Year consisted of: David de Gea, Kyle Walker, David Luiz, Gary Cahill, Danny Rose, Eden Hazard, Dele Alli, N’Golo Kante, Sadio Mane, Harry Kane, and Romelu Lukaku.

Can Arsenal’s Alexis beat his five rivals to PFA Award?

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Alexis Sanchez is Arsenal's only nomination for this season's PFA Player of the Year Award, buthas he done enough tobe considered as a potential winner? The Chilean has been key in our season thus far, and has been on-and-off the top of the Premier League goalscoring charts for most of the campaign, but has fallen [.

Premier League: Everton Youngster Tom Davies Wins January PFA Player Of The Month Award (Photo)

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Yet more congratulations are in order for Tom Davies who, despite being five minutes into his senior career, has already been bestowed with a Premier League player of the month award.

Specifically, the 18-year-oldhas been crowned PFA Fans' Player of the Month for January after his breakthrough performance in Everton's 4-0 win over Man City a couple of weeks ago.

3 notable snubs from the PFA Team of the Year

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The Professional Footballer's Association team of the year was announced this week, and, as expected with the league table looking the way it does, it was dominated by Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur players.

Most players can't be quibbled with. However, it seems that the PFA have focused on trying to reward Leicester and Spurs for having great seasons rather than rewarding individual players for having an amazing season.

3 notable snubs from the PFA Team of the Year

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The Professional Footballer's Association team of the year was announced this week, and, as expected with the league table looking the way it does, it was dominated by Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur players.

Most players can't be quibbled with. However, it seems that the PFA have focused on trying to reward Leicester and Spurs for having great seasons rather than rewarding individual players for having an amazing season.

Ozil to miss out on 2 awards due to Arsenal team mates?

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The good news for the Arsenal and Germany international star Mesut Ozil is that he has been included in the shortlist of players that are nominated for the PFA Players' Player of the Year award, as reported by the BBC. The other EPL stars on the list are the Leicester City trio Riyad Mahrez, Jamie [.

Chelsea’s Eden Hazard awarded 2014/15 PFA Player of the Year

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Eden Hazard has been named the recipient of the 2014/15 Player of the Year Award by the PFA (Professional Footballers' Association).

Hazard has scored 18 goals for Chelsea so far this season and has been instrumental in helping the Blues win the League Cup as well as advance closer and closer to lifting the 2014/15 Premier League title.

Chelsea’s Eden Hazard awarded 2014/15 PFA Player of the Year

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Eden Hazard has been named the recipient of the 2014/15 Player of the Year Award by the PFA (Professional Footballers' Association).

Hazard has scored 18 goals for Chelsea so far this season and has been instrumental in helping the Blues win the League Cup as well as advance closer and closer to lifting the 2014/15 Premier League title.

Chelsea players dominate PFA team of the year

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PFA announced their Premier League team of the year ahead of today's awards ceremony.

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Arsenal need to stop Chelsea’s Hazard – But Alexis is better!

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Just like the fight between Arsenal and Chelsea for the coveted Premier League title, the race to be crowned the PFA player of the year is still on. In fact it is likely to be much closer than the title race unless Jose Mourinho and Chelsea suffer a major collapse. So any of the six [...]

PFA Names Luis Suarez Player of the Year While Eden Hazard Wins Young Player of the Year Honors

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Luis Suarez has been named Player of the Year for the 2013/14 season in the annual award competition, as voted on by the members of The Professional Footballers' Association. The Liverpool striker won the top honor, while Chelsea's Eden Hazard won the Young Player of the Year award.

Last season, Gareth Bale became only the third person in the history of the awards competition to win both the Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards in the same season.

Why Cazorla hit the ground running at Arsenal?

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Santi Cazorla was talking just the other day about Arsenal and the inconsistent first half of the season. The Spanish international believes a lot of it was due to the fact that the team were gelling together with a new system, players coming back from injury, three new players and two of the stalwarts gone.

Things Now In Place For Newcastle To Become A Top Top Team

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The Newcastle captain Fab Coloccini has given an interview to the local Newcastle Journal. Alan Pardew and Fabricio Coloccini We remember when Coloccini was signed in early August of 2008 from Deportivo, and he said he thought he was good enough to become a top center-back in the Premier League.

Backpage Roundup: RVP’s Contract, Gunners’ African Tour and More

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Wenger: Contract Talks With RVP Will Begin at Season's End

Arsenal FC manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that the Gunner will offer a new deal to club captain Robin van Persie when the 2011/12 Barclays Premier League season ends. Moreover, he declared that even if transfer talks with the Dutchman fail, they will not try to sell him in the summer transfer window.

Coloccini – We All Worked Hard And Papiss Was Amazing

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Fabricio Coloccini had an excellent game last night at Stamford Bridge, and he showed why he was selected to the PFA Premier League Team of the Season at center-back, alongside Vincent Kompany. Coloccini in action last night stopping Fernando Torres Most Newcastle fans will say that the £10.

Dalglish Hints on squad rotation against Blackburn

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Kenny Dalglish is set to make a late decision over his team selection when Liverpool travel to Blackburn for their second game in four days on tonight.

The boss who has no fresh injury worries ahead of the trip to Ewood Park thinks most teams will be in a similar position of having to utilize their squad during the Easter fixtures.

Arsenal starlet reveals focus on numbers

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Arsenal youngster Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admits that he pays a lot of attention to the end product of his performances rather than simply taking the satisfaction from making an intangible contribution on the field.

Oxlade-Chamberlain has scored four times in all competitions this season while also adding a famous assist for Robin van Persie's goal against Manchester United earlier this year.

Premier League clubs to get ‘how to tackle’ DVDs for players

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With increasing confusion in the Premier League over which tackles should or should not be punished, an attempt to teach players what is acceptable is being made in home video form. "How to tackle" DVDs will be sent to clubs next week because if there's one thing professional footballers will pay attention to, it's instructional videos.

If premier league teams were countries – Who would your team be?

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What would premier league teams look like if they became sovereign nations, with their size dictated by their net worth?


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Dalglish backs Mancini over fixtures pile-up

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Dalglish backs Mancini over fixtures pile-up

Liverpool boss says the Premier League need to work with the PFA on the fixture list

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The PFA confirm Arsenal need to pay more than 40m for Suarez

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With just ten days left before the new season gets under way, Arsenal are still no closer to landing Luis Suarez after the PFA chairman Gordon Taylor admitted that he had checked out the Liverpool striker's contract, and the £40,000,001 bid is not the "buy-out clause", although Suarez himself may have been under that impression.

The Monday Profile: Nick Powell

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In our recent analysis of the PFA awards, my fellow blogger John McGee highlighted the disagreement that can ensue when debating the worth of leading young players. With Jordan Rhodes valued by the press as a knee jerk £6 million, John pointed out that Adam Le Fondre, the man whose two goals fired Reading to victory over Southampton in the Championship's recent summit meeting, cost a mere £350,000.

The best moments of Van Persie’s award-winning season

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Captain Van Persie is voted the PFA Player of the Year by KJ The Flying Dutchman has landed the prestigious PFA Player of the year award and he definitely deserves it. He has been a shining light in a somewhat dull season for Arsenal. He has constantly dragged us from the jaws of defeat to [...]

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Man Utd boss David Moyes slept in his car at France 98

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Manchester United manager David Moyes has revealed that he slept in his car at the 1998 World Cup because he was so desperate to study the games but couldn't afford hotel rooms. The then newly-appointed Preston North End manager secured some funding from the PFA to be able to travel to France. The funds covered [.

OTP Rebounds: Anger management for Liverpool’s Luis Suarez, Sunderland’s ‘Who Made Pardew Cry?’ t-shirts and Man Utd’s Shinji Kagawa with talking animals

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Playing tiki-taka with the interwebs PSG's Thiago Silva scores incredible disallowed goal from the by-line [101GG] Bitey Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has been offered anger management classes by the PFA [Guardian] Norwegian side return for pre-season training to discover a road has been built over their pitch [Pies] Sunderland fans spotted wearing rushed-into-production 'Who Made [.

Pies’ Alternative Six-Man ‘Player Of The Year’ Shortlist

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By Chris Wright

As you may or may not have heard, the PFA got around to naming their six-man shortlist for the 2011/12 Players' Player of the Year award earlier this week; with Manchester City boasting a triumvirate of nominees in Sergio Aguero, David Silva and Joe Hart while goal-glutton Robin Van Persie and the ubiquitous names of Wayne Rooney and Scott Parker fill the latter three spaces on the ballot.

Nominees for 2011-12 PFA Player of the Year Award; Evaluating Who Should Win

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Earlier this week, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) announced the six players nominated for their Player of the Year award. There are some surprises and there are some no-brainers. But who deserves to wear the crown for the best...

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‘Stuart Pearce’s BNP Brother Is Not An Issue’ – FA Dismiss Interim England Manager’s Dodgy Family Connections

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By Alan Duffy


Who would want to be the England manager? It seems far more trouble than it's worth. The Three Lions' new caretaker boss, Stuart Pearce, is now feeling the heat from the nation's press, after his brother's far-right views were once again highlighted by the newspapers.

‘Stuart Pearce’s BNP Brother Is Not An Issue’ – FA Dismiss Interim England Manager’s Dodgy Family Connections

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By Alan Duffy


Who would want to be the England manager? It seems far more trouble than it's worth. The Three Lions' new caretaker boss, Stuart Pearce, is now feeling the heat from the nation's press, after his brother's far-right views were once again highlighted by the newspapers.

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QPR Report Monday Snippets, Updates and Flashbacks

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QPR Report Monday Snippets, Updates and Flashbacks

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Gary Speed Football Congress’ to become Annual Fundraising Event

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The inaugural UK Football Academy (UKFA) symposium at Emirates Stadium on February 8th has been renamed The Gary Speed Football Congress by UKFA founder, Raymond Verheijen as a tribute to the manager alongside whom he worked last year to elevate the Wales football team to new heights.

As a player and a manager, Gary Speed was a model professional who embraced a forward-thinking approach and modern methods.

Mike Riley - the 'right refs for the right games' - part 2

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This is the second part of my analysis of BBC Radio 5 Live's coverage of the interview with PGMO chief Mike Riley. The BBC's Mark Chapman also talked to Tony Hibbert who is a match delegate and an ex-Wolves player, the delegates are affiliated to the LMA and PFA. Tony Hibbert felt we have the 'best officials in the world' and that all our referees were 'there on merit'.

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On This Day In 1907: Professional Footballers Decide There Is Power In A Union

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Billy 'The Whiz" Meredith of Manchester United in action during the first ever FA Charity Shield match against QPR, 1908

On 2nd December 1907, Manchester United players Billy Meredith (pictured above) and Charlie Roberts convened a meeting in Manchester's Imperial Hotel.

That meeting decided to form the Association of Football Players' and Trainers' Union, which eventually became the Professional Footballers' Association and is now the oldest players' union in the world.

The PFA’s Nominees for Premier League Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year Are In

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The Professional Footballers Association (PFA) have announced their nominations for 2012-13 Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year.

They are as follows:

For Player of the Year, the nominees are:

  • Gareth Bale
  • Juan Mata
  • Michael Carrick
  • Eden Hazard
  • Luis Suarez
  • Robin van Persie

The nominations for 2012-13 PFA Young Player of the Year are:

  • Gareth Bale
  • Christian Benteke
  • Eden Hazard
  • Danny Welbeck
  • Romelu Lukaku
  • Jack Wilshere

Gareth Bale and Eden Hazard are nominated in both categories.

QPR Report Saturday: QPR CEO Philip Beard Talking re QPR Transfers and Premiership Finances/Meeting...On This Day Flashbacks: Crushing John Toshack's Cardiff...

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Queen's Park Rangers CEO Philip Beard on Sky's Footballers' Football Show this week- and as usual spoke a lot of sense.

Meaningless awards and final push

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I gave up giving a few rat's giblets about footballing awards a very long time ago.  There is so much bias and stupidity at work that there is absolutely no point getting worked up over who wins the FIFA/UEFA/PFA or anyone else's award.  There is a massive bias towards strikers, there is a massive bias towards certain clubs and countries, also a lot of people who vote have about as many brain

Is Sheffield United striker Ched Evans the first player to be named in a PFA team of the year?

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Certainly OTP can't think of another example. Evans was jailed last week after being convicted of raping a 19-year-old woman at a North Wales hotel. The 23-year-old was sentenced to five years in prison, but yesterday he was named in the PFA League One team of the year. The voting takes place infamously early in [.

Dean Windass reveals suicide attempts

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Hull legend Dean Windass has attempted suicide twice in recent days, he has revealed. The Tigers' Wembley hero confessed he had tried to end his life as booze and depression took their grip after a series of problems in his personal life. The Soccer Saturday reporter said: "People have this image of me as this [.