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    Premier League Awards 2016/2017 - The Winners

    Sorry this has taken so long to get out. I managed to add CGS's late vote to this yesterday to bulk the numbers out a little.

    Thanks to the following for voting:

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    PLAYER OF THE SEASON

    N'Golo Kante - 28 points
    Harry Kane - 20 points
    Alexis Sanchez - 18 points
    Eden Hazard - 14 points

    YOUNG PLAYER OF THE SEASON

    Dele Alli - 40 points
    Leroy Sane - 25 points
    Marcus Rashford - 22 points
    Tom Davies - 15 points
    Rob Holding - 14 points

    Dele Alli was the only perfect score in these awards getting the #1 vote from all 8 voters.

    TEAM OF THE SEASON

    Chelsea - 37 points
    Spurs - 27 points
    Bournemouth - 24 points
    Burnley - 21 points
    Man Utd - 13 points

    MANAGER OF THE SEASON

    Antonio Conte - 39 points
    Sean Dyche - 27 points
    Mauricio Pochettino - 24 points
    Paul Clement - 17 points
    Tony Pulis- 13 points

    GOAL OF THE SEASON

    Giroud Vs Palace - 36 points
    Can Vs Watford - 28 points
    Carroll Vs Palace - 23 points
    Mkhitaryan Vs Sunderland - 18 points
    Hazard Vs Arsenal - 16 points

    SIGNING OF THE SEASON

    N'Golo Kante - 37 points
    Zlatan Ibrahimovic - 33 points
    Sadio Mane - 24 points
    David Luiz - 17 points
    Idrissa Gueye - 9 points

    FLOP OF THE SEASON

    Claudio Bravo - 36 points
    Simone Zaza - 27 points
    Moussa Sissoko - 23 points
    Jordan Ibe - 18 points

    Bob Bradley - 17 points

    MATCH OF THE SEASON


    Arsenal 3-4 Liverpool - 23 points
    Bournemouth 4-3 Liverpool - 21 points
    Leicester City 4-2 Man City - 18 points
    Swansea City 5-4 Crystal Palace - 18 points

    MOMENT OF THE SEASON

    Claudio Raneri sacked - 31 points

    Wayne Rooney breaks Utd goalscoring record - 30 points
    John Terry's self masturbatory 26th minute substitution - 25 points
    Claudio Bravo's clanger on debut against Utd - 21 points
    St. Totteringham's Day cancelled - 14 points

    HALL OF FAME

    Thierry Henry - 74 points
    Andy Cole - 49 points
    Ian Wright - 45 points
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    Teddy Sherringham - 41 points
    Rio Ferdinand - 39 points
    Edwin Van Der Sar - 37 points
    Sol Campbell - 34 points

    Michael Owen - 31 points

    David Ginola - 31 points
    Gary Speed - 28 points

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    Re: WC Awards 2016/2017 - The Winners

    Huh so i guess my vote pretty much changed the winner of game of the season then considering i had Pool/Arsenal at #1 and Pool/Bournemouth at #4

    Hard to argue with many of these awards. Right person won in pretty much all of them. The only one i'm 50/50 on is Raneri being moment of the season. That being said when you look at the rest of the top 5 it was pretty slim pickings from the get go.


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    Re: WC Awards 2016/2017 - The Winners

    I thought Zaza was a far bigger flop than Bravo, personally. Also surprised 0-trophy Spurs got 2nd in team of the year.

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    Re: WC Awards 2016/2017 - The Winners

    Nah Zaza wasn't that special beforehand whereas Bravo played for a top, top team.

    As for Tottenham getting second I think it was well deserved. For Poch to deliver a title challenge for the second successive season is unheard of at Spurs. A trophy will come.

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    Is it that surprising Spurs are considered 2nd best team? I don't see a case for any other team being better than them other than Chelsea.
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    Re: WC Awards 2016/2017 - The Winners

    Burnley being one of the favorites to go down, ending up 6 points clear and having an impressive home record was better for me, personally.

    Personally never even rated Spurs season as a title challenge, but that's probably more a credit to how impressive Chelsea were than how lacklustre the silverwareless Spurs were.

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    Re: WC Awards 2016/2017 - The Winners

    Spurs were the highest goalscorers in the league, conceded the fewest goals, were very entertaining to watch, streets ahead of the other big six sans Chelsea and finally finished above Arsenal in the league. Considering this was premier league awards, I'm not sure what other trophy really matters beyond the title; Utd and Arsenal were not better teams in the premier league than Spurs.

    Hardly lackluster. Can't imagine a non-Arsenal fan would call them that.
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    Re: WC Awards 2016/2017 - The Winners

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed View Post
    Spurs were the highest goalscorers in the league, conceded the fewest goals, were very entertaining to watch, streets ahead of the other big six sans Chelsea and finally finished above Arsenal in the league. Considering this was premier league awards, I'm not sure what other trophy really matters beyond the title; Utd and Arsenal were not better teams in the premier league than Spurs.

    Hardly lackluster. Can't imagine a non-Arsenal fan would call them that.
    Fair, I also wouldn't say that Utd and Arsenal had better seasons than them though.

    Definitely just spaced on the fact it was PL only.
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