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GERRARD SCOOPS PFA AWARD

James Carroll 05 May 2009

Steven Gerrard has been named as the PFA Fans' Player of the Year for the 2008-09 season.

The Liverpool captain, who has struck 21 goals so far this campaign, was recently pipped to the PFA Players' Player of the Year award by Manchester United's Ryan Giggs.

 

However, following a vote conducted by the PFA, Gerrard has scooped the fans' gong after another exceptional season.

 

PFA Chief Executive Gordon Taylor said: "Steven has always been a particular favourite of mine and I was delighted when he was nominated by his fellow pros for our Players’ Player of the Year award.

 

"Obviously, that particular award went to Ryan Giggs, and rightly so, and I am equally thrilled that football fans up and down the country have acknowledged Steven in this way.

 

"Like his many supporters and suitors, I have the utmost respect and admiration for the way he continues to go about his business. He is a top pro and a worthy winner."

 

Gerrard was the inaugural winner of the honour in 2001.

 

 

 

 

 

 

No Giggs?

 

No Greggs?

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PFA Chief Executive Gordon Taylor said: "Steven has always been a particular favourite of mine and I was delighted when he was nominated by his fellow pros for our Players’ Player of the Year award.

 

"Obviously, that particular award went to Ryan Giggs, which was about as ridiculous as a Barrymore alibi which I am hideously embarassed by, that football fans up and down the country have acknowledged Steven in this way helps make us look slightly less riduculous.

 

"Unlike his many genuine supporters and suitors, I am an obsequious self-serving opportunist and so can claim to have the utmost respect and admiration for the way he continues to go about his business while maintaining my tongue firmly up Sir Alex's ringpiece. He is a top pro and a worthy winner."

 

Fixed that for Ms Taylor.

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Just beaten to the line.....by a geehair.

Same thread started two mins previous to yours.

2nd place gets you the toaster....uuum nice

 

So long as its not a Ricky Hatton toaster.........

 

I bought one and the fucking thing won't do 2 rounds

 

*GETS COAT*

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Just beaten to the line.....by a geehair.

Same thread started two mins previous to yours.

2nd place gets you the toaster....uuum nice

 

4 slice toaster, or just a poor mans substitute?

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