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(Male Surname) Player of Year
Shock gong for (Team) player
Chief Sports Writer
Many of English football’s biggest names were surprised and others looked near to tears when recent (Team) signing (Male First Name) (Male Surname) walked off with football’s coveted Player of the Year award last night.
Claiming English football’s most cherished award, the (Age)-year old star held up this award and said simply, “This is brilliant – thanks!”
The (Team) player was rewarded by the Professional Football Association for a glittering run of form all season, which left team insiders dazzled, and justified the manager's decision to snap up the player, whisking him from obscurity and thrusting him into the football limelight. His name now joins an elite list including such stars as Ronaldo, Rooney, Henry and van Nistelrooy.
“I am really flattered to be here”, said (Male Surname). “I’ve been nominated by a lot of people who have played against me, and to be honest I’m in shock”, (Male First Name) declared.
A PFA insider said, “There are many players who could have won this award, but (Male First Name) has been a credit to (Team) since he signed for them. He a talent unlike anything we’ve seen for decades - he is also a total gentleman on and off the pitch. We had a 100% ballot of players this year – and although I cannot disclose actual figures, it was very close to 100% who voted for (Male Surname).”
Previous winner Steven Gerrard, who lifted the award in 2001 and 2009, seemed to slump as the award was announced – and other top Premiership stars were visibly crushed at the news that they had been soundly beaten by new champ (Male Surname). But Gerrard regained his composure and he was later seen with his arm around the winner. By the end of the evening, even the manager of (Rival Team) admitted that the best player had won.