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Kenny Sansom appeared in a PFA Team of the Year on 11 occasions, which is more than any other player.

The Professional Footballers' Association Team of the Year (often called the PFA Team of the Year, or simply the Team of the Year) is an annual award given to a set of 55 footballers across the top four tiers of men's English football; the Premier League, the Championship, League One and League Two, as well as the women's FA WSL, who are seen to be deserving of being named in a "Team of the Year". Peter Shilton currently holds the most appearances in the PFA Team of the Year in the top division with 10 appearances. Steven Gerrard currently holds the most appearances in the PFA Team of the Year in the Premier League era with eight appearances.

The award has been presented since the 1973–74 season and the shortlist is compiled by the members of the players' trade union, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA), in January of every year, with the winners then being voted for by the other players in their respective divisions.[1][2][3] The award is regarded by players in the Football League as the highest accolade available to them, due to it being picked by their fellow professionals.[2] Oxford United's Damian Batt, who was named in the Team of the Year for League Two in 2011, said he was "very pleased to be given such a prestigious award. It is something that I am very proud of".[4] In 2014, a team for female players competing in the FA WSL was selected for the first time.[5]

Contents

KeyEdit

  • Heading key: Pos. – Position; App. – Number of appearances in a PFA Team of the Year.
  • Position key: GK – Goalkeeper; DF – Defender; MF – Midfielder; FW – Forward.
  • Players marked   appeared in a first tier PFA Team of the Year more than once.
  • Players marked   appeared in a second tier PFA Team of the Year more than once.
  • Players marked * appeared in a third tier PFA Team of the Year more than once.
  • Players marked ¤ appeared in a fourth tier PFA Team of the Year more than once.

WinnersEdit

1999–2000Edit

Source[6]

FA Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Nigel Martyn   Leeds United 5
DF Gary Kelly   Leeds United 2
DF Jaap Stam   Manchester United 2
DF Sami Hyypiä Liverpool 1
DF Ian Harte Leeds United 1
MF David Beckham   Manchester United 4
MF Roy Keane   Manchester United 3
MF Patrick Vieira   Arsenal 2
MF Harry Kewell Leeds United 1
FW Andy Cole Manchester United 1
FW Kevin Phillips Sunderland 1

First DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Richard Wright   Ipswich Town 2
DF Gary Rowett   Birmingham City 2
DF Richard Rufus   Charlton Athletic 2
DF Chris Coleman Fulham 5
DF Chris Powell Charlton Athletic 1
MF John Robinson   Charlton Athletic 2
MF Craig Hignett Barnsley 1
MF Mark Kinsella Charlton Athletic 2
MF Mark Kennedy Manchester City 1
FW Andy Hunt Charlton Athletic 1
FW Marcus Stewart Ipswich Town 1

Second DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Roy Carroll Wigan Athletic 1
DF Graham Alexander Preston North End 1
DF Steve Davis * Burnley 4
DF Michael Jackson Preston North End 1
DF Mickey Bell Bristol City 1
MF Glen Little Burnley 1
MF Sean Gregan * Preston North End 2
MF Darren Caskey Reading 1
MF Graham Kavanagh * Stoke City 2
FW Jason Roberts Bristol Rovers 1
FW Jon Macken Preston North End 1

Third DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Mike Pollitt Rotherham United 1
DF Ian Hendon ¤ Northampton Town 3
DF Matthew Bound Swansea City 1
DF Craig Liddle Darlington 1
DF Matt Lockwood Leyton Orient 1
MF Darren Currie Barnet 1
MF Tommy Miller Hartlepool United 1
MF Nick Cusack Swansea City 1
MF Neil Heaney Darlington 1
FW Marco Gabbiadini Darlington 1
FW Richie Barker Macclesfield Town 1

2000–01Edit

Source[7]

FA Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Fabien Barthez Manchester United 1
DF Stephen Carr Tottenham Hotspur 1
DF Jaap Stam   Manchester United 3
DF Wes Brown Manchester United 1
DF Sylvinho Arsenal 1
MF Steven Gerrard Liverpool 1
MF Roy Keane   Manchester United 4
MF Patrick Vieira   Arsenal 3
MF Ryan Giggs   Manchester United 3
FW Teddy Sheringham Manchester United 1
FW Thierry Henry Arsenal 1

First DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Maik Taylor Fulham 2
DF Steve Finnan Fulham 2
DF Chris Coleman   Fulham 6
DF Henning Berg Blackburn Rovers 1
DF Martin Grainger Birmingham City 1
MF David Dunn Blackburn Rovers 1
MF Lee Clark   Fulham 3
MF Sean Davis Fulham 1
MF Damien Duff Blackburn Rovers 1
FW Louis Saha Fulham 1
FW Matt Jansen Blackburn Rovers 1

Second DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Jimmy Walker Walsall 1
DF Matt Lawrence Millwall 1
DF Arjan de Zeeuw Wigan Athletic 1
DF Andy Tillson Walsall 1
DF Mickey Bell * Bristol City 2
MF Scott Murray Bristol City 1
MF Graham Kavanagh * Stoke City 3
MF Tim Cahill Millwall 1
MF Brian Tinnion Bristol City 1
FW Neil Harris Millwall 1
FW Martin Butler Reading 2

Third DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Mike Pollitt ¤ Chesterfield 2
DF Josh Low Cardiff City 1
DF Steve Blatherwick Chesterfield 1
DF Danny Cullip Brighton & Hove Albion 1
DF Matt Lockwood ¤ Leyton Orient 2
MF Darren Currie ¤ Barnet 2
MF Lee Hodges Scunthorpe United 1
MF Tommy Miller ¤ Hartlepool United 2
MF Paul Simpson Blackpool 1
FW Bobby Zamora Brighton & Hove Albion 1
FW Robert Earnshaw Cardiff City 1

2001–02Edit

Source[8]

FA Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Shay Given Newcastle United 1
DF Steve Finnan Fulham 3
DF Rio Ferdinand Leeds United 1
DF Sami Hyypiä   Liverpool 2
DF Wayne Bridge Southampton 1
MF Robert Pires Arsenal 1
MF Roy Keane   Manchester United 5
MF Patrick Vieira   Arsenal 4
MF Ryan Giggs   Manchester United 4
FW Ruud van Nistelrooy Manchester United 1
FW Thierry Henry   Arsenal 2

First DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Russell Hoult West Bromwich Albion 1
DF Graham Alexander Preston North End 2
DF Darren Moore   West Bromwich Albion 2
DF Joleon Lescott Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
DF Neil Clement West Bromwich Albion 1
MF Eyal Berkovic Manchester City 1
MF Ali Benarbia Manchester City 1
MF Robert Prosinečki Portsmouth 1
MF Mark Kennedy Wolverhampton Wanderers 2
FW Shaun Goater Manchester City 2
FW Dougie Freedman Crystal Palace 2

Second DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Mark Tyler Peterborough United 1
DF Graeme Murty Reading 1
DF Arjan de Zeeuw * Wigan Athletic 2
DF Danny Cullip Brighton & Hove Albion 2
DF Mickey Bell * Bristol City 3
MF Scott Murray Bristol City 2
MF Graham Kavanagh * Cardiff City 4
MF Paul Evans Brentford 1
MF Jason Koumas Tranmere Rovers 1
FW Bobby Zamora Brighton & Hove Albion 2
FW Nicky Forster * Reading 2

Third DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Romain Larrieu Plymouth Argyle 1
DF Michael Duff Cheltenham Town 1
DF Paul Wotton Plymouth Argyle 1
DF Graham Coughlan Plymouth Argyle 1
DF Matthew Taylor Luton Town 1
MF Peter Beagrie Scunthorpe United 1
MF David Friio Plymouth Argyle 1
MF Lee Hodges ¤ Scunthorpe United 2
MF Lee Williamson Mansfield Town 1
FW Chris Greenacre Mansfield Town 1
FW Nathan Ellington Bristol Rovers 1

2002–03Edit

Source[9]

FA Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Brad Friedel Blackburn Rovers 1
DF Stephen Carr   Tottenham Hotspur 2
DF Sol Campbell   Arsenal 2
DF William Gallas Chelsea 1
DF Ashley Cole Arsenal 1
MF Robert Pires   Arsenal 2
MF Patrick Vieira   Arsenal 5
MF Paul Scholes Manchester United 1
MF Kieron Dyer Newcastle United 3
FW Thierry Henry   Arsenal 3
FW Alan Shearer   Newcastle United 6

First DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Shaka Hislop   Portsmouth 2
DF Denis Irwin   Wolverhampton Wanderers 4
DF Joleon Lescott   Wolverhampton Wanderers 2
DF Michael Dawson Nottingham Forest 1
DF Matthew Taylor Portsmouth 2
MF Muzzy Izzet Leicester City 1
MF Michael Brown Sheffield United 1
MF Paul Merson   Portsmouth 2
MF Michael Tonge Sheffield United 1
FW David Johnson Nottingham Forest 1
FW Paul Dickov Leicester City 1

Second DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK John Filan Wigan Athletic 1
DF Nicky Eaden Wigan Athletic 1
DF Jason de Vos Wigan Athletic 1
DF Fitz Hall Oldham Athletic 1
DF Mickey Bell * Bristol City 4
MF Scott Murray * Bristol City 3
MF Jimmy Bullard Wigan Athletic 1
MF Graham Kavanagh * Cardiff City 5
MF Martin Bullock Blackpool 1
FW Robert Earnshaw Cardiff City 2
FW Rob Hulse Crewe Alexandra 1

Third DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Alan Fettis Hull City[a] 1
DF Carlos Edwards Wrexham 1
DF Graeme Lee Hartlepool United 1
DF Chris Westwood Hartlepool United 1
DF Paul Underwood Rushden & Diamonds 1
MF Paul Hall Rushden & Diamonds 1
MF Mark Tinkler Hartlepool United 1
MF Alex Russell Torquay United 1
MF Ritchie Humphreys Hartlepool United 1
FW Andy Morrell Wrexham 1
FW Dave Kitson Cambridge United 1

2003–04Edit

Source[11]

FA Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Tim Howard Manchester United 1
DF Lauren Arsenal 1
DF Sol Campbell   Arsenal 3
DF John Terry Chelsea 1
DF Ashley Cole   Arsenal 2
MF Steven Gerrard   Liverpool 2
MF Frank Lampard Chelsea 1
MF Patrick Vieira   Arsenal 6
MF Robert Pires   Arsenal 3
FW Thierry Henry   Arsenal 4
FW Ruud van Nistelrooy   Manchester United 2

First DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Robert Green Norwich City 1
DF Phil Jagielka Sheffield United 1
DF Danny Gabbidon Cardiff City 1
DF Malky Mackay Norwich City 1
DF Julio Arca Sunderland 1
MF Jason Koumas West Bromwich Albion 2
MF Tim Cahill Millwall 2
MF Michael Carrick West Ham United 1
MF Andy Reid Nottingham Forest 1
FW Andrew Johnson Crystal Palace 1
FW Robert Earnshaw Cardiff City 3

Second DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Steve Phillips Bristol City 1
DF Louis Carey Bristol City 1
DF Graham Coughlan Plymouth Argyle 2
DF Danny Cullip * Brighton & Hove Albion 3
DF Gino Padula Queens Park Rangers 1
MF Carlos Edwards Wrexham 2
MF David Friio Plymouth Argyle 2
MF Richie Wellens Blackpool 1
MF Brian Tinnion * Bristol City 2
FW Leon Knight Brighton & Hove Albion 1
FW Scott Taylor Blackpool 1

Third DivisionEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Chris Weale Yeovil Town 1
DF Nathan Stanton Scunthorpe United 1
DF Andy Crosby Oxford United 1
DF Efe Sodje Huddersfield Town 1
DF Andy Dawson Hull City 1
MF Liam Lawrence Mansfield Town 1
MF Michael McIndoe Doncaster Rovers 1
MF Alex Russell ¤ Torquay United 2
MF Peter Beagrie ¤ Scunthorpe United 2
FW David Graham Torquay United 1
FW Lee Trundle Swansea City 1

2004–05Edit

Source[12][13]

FA Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Petr Čech Chelsea 1
DF Gary Neville   Manchester United 5
DF John Terry   Chelsea 2
DF Rio Ferdinand   Manchester United 2
DF Ashley Cole   Arsenal 3
MF Shaun Wright-Phillips Manchester City 1
MF Steven Gerrard   Liverpool 3
MF Frank Lampard   Chelsea 2
MF Arjen Robben Chelsea 1
FW Andrew Johnson Crystal Palace 2
FW Thierry Henry   Arsenal 5

ChampionshipEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Kelvin Davis Ipswich Town 1
DF Graham Alexander   Preston North End 3
DF Tom Huddlestone Derby County 1
DF Gary Breen Sunderland 1
DF George McCartney Sunderland 1
MF Iñigo Idiakez Derby County 1
MF Jimmy Bullard Wigan Athletic 2
MF Steve Sidwell Reading 1
MF Julio Arca   Sunderland 2
FW Nathan Ellington Wigan Athletic 2
FW Jason Roberts Wigan Athletic 2

League OneEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Marlon Beresford * Luton Town 3
DF Ryan Taylor Tranmere Rovers 1
DF Curtis Davies Luton Town 1
DF Chris Coyne Luton Town 1
DF Warren Cummings Bournemouth 1
MF Ahmet Brković Luton Town 1
MF Paul Merson Walsall 3
MF Kevin Nicholls Luton Town 1
MF Stuart Elliott Hull City 1
FW Steve Howard Luton Town 1
FW Leroy Lita Bristol City 1

League TwoEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Chris Weale ¤ Yeovil Town 2
DF Sam Ricketts Swansea City 1
DF Adam Barrett Southend United 1
DF Andy Crosby ¤ Scunthorpe United 2
DF Michael Rose Yeovil Town 1
MF Lee Johnson Yeovil Town 1
MF Darren Way Yeovil Town 1
MF Kevin Maher Southend United 1
MF Peter Beagrie ¤ Scunthorpe United 3
FW Phil Jevons Yeovil Town 1
FW Lee Trundle ¤ Swansea City 2

2005–06Edit

Source[14]

FA Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Shay Given   Newcastle United 2
DF Pascal Chimbonda Wigan Athletic 1
DF John Terry   Chelsea 3
DF Jamie Carragher Liverpool 1
DF William Gallas   Chelsea 2
MF Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United 1
MF Steven Gerrard   Liverpool 4
MF Frank Lampard   Chelsea 3
MF Joe Cole Chelsea 1
FW Thierry Henry   Arsenal 6
FW Wayne Rooney Manchester United 1

ChampionshipEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Marcus Hahnemann Reading 1
DF Gary Kelly Leeds United 3
DF Ibrahima Sonko Reading 1
DF Joleon Lescott   Wolverhampton Wanderers 3
DF Nicky Shorey Reading 1
MF Ashley Young Watford 1
MF Steve Sidwell   Reading 2
MF Phil Jagielka   Sheffield United 2
MF Jason Koumas   Cardiff City 3
FW Marlon King Watford 1
FW Kevin Doyle Reading 1

League OneEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Darryl Flahavan Southend United 1
DF Greg Halford Colchester United 1
DF Sam Sodje Brentford 1
DF Adam Barrett Southend United 2
DF Gareth Roberts Tranmere Rovers 1
MF Andy Robinson Swansea City 1
MF Neil Danns Colchester United 1
MF Kevin Maher Southend United 2
MF Michael McIndoe Doncaster Rovers 2
FW Lee Trundle Swansea City 3
FW Billy Sharp Scunthorpe United 1

League TwoEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Joe Hart Shrewsbury Town 1
DF Danny Senda Wycombe Wanderers 1
DF Roger Johnson Wycombe Wanderers 1
DF Gareth McAuley Lincoln City 1
DF Matt Lockwood ¤ Leyton Orient 3
MF Josh Low ¤ Northampton Town 2
MF Mark Jones Wrexham 1
MF Ian Taylor Northampton Town 3
MF Kevin Betsy Wycombe Wanderers 1
FW Karl Hawley Carlisle United 1
FW Michael Reddy Grimsby Town 1

2006–07Edit

Source[15]

FA Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Edwin van der Sar Manchester United 1
DF Gary Neville   Manchester United 6
DF Rio Ferdinand   Manchester United 3
DF Nemanja Vidić Manchester United 1
DF Patrice Evra Manchester United 1
MF Cristiano Ronaldo   Manchester United 2
MF Steven Gerrard   Liverpool 5
MF Paul Scholes   Manchester United 2
MF Ryan Giggs   Manchester United 5
FW Didier Drogba Chelsea 1
FW Dimitar Berbatov Tottenham Hotspur 1

ChampionshipEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Matt Murray Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
DF Graham Alexander   Preston North End 4
DF Darren Moore   Derby County 3
DF Curtis Davies West Bromwich Albion 2
DF Gareth Bale Southampton 1
MF Carlos Edwards Sunderland[b] 3
MF Dean Whitehead Sunderland 1
MF Jason Koumas   West Bromwich Albion 4
MF Gary McSheffrey Birmingham City 1
FW Michael Chopra Cardiff City 1
FW Diomansy Kamara West Bromwich Albion 1

League OneEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Joe Murphy Scunthorpe United 1
DF Jon Otsemobor Crewe Alexandra 1
DF Terry Skiverton Yeovil Town 1
DF Ian Breckin Nottingham Forest 1
DF Matt Lockwood Leyton Orient 4
MF Chris Shuker Tranmere Rovers 1
MF Richie Wellens * Doncaster Rovers 2
MF Wes Hoolahan Blackpool 1
MF Matt Jarvis Gillingham 1
FW Luke Varney Crewe Alexandra 1
FW Billy Sharp * Scunthorpe United 2

League TwoEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Clayton Ince Walsall 1
DF Craig Pead Walsall 1
DF Michael Nelson Hartlepool United 1
DF Chris Westwood ¤ Walsall 2
DF Ritchie Humphreys ¤ Hartlepool United[c] 2
MF Lee Frecklington Lincoln City 1
MF Dean Keates Walsall 1
MF Andy Monkhouse Hartlepool United 1
MF Tommy Doherty Wycombe Wanderers 1
FW Izale McLeod Milton Keynes Dons 1
FW Jermaine Easter Wycombe Wanderers 1

2007–08Edit

Source[19]

Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK David James   Portsmouth 3
DF Bacary Sagna Arsenal 1
DF Rio Ferdinand   Manchester United 4
DF Nemanja Vidić   Manchester United 2
DF Gaël Clichy Arsenal 1
MF Cristiano Ronaldo   Manchester United 3
MF Steven Gerrard   Liverpool 6
MF Cesc Fàbregas Arsenal 1
MF Ashley Young Aston Villa 2
FW Emmanuel Adebayor Arsenal 1
FW Fernando Torres Liverpool 1

ChampionshipEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Wayne Hennessey Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
DF Bradley Orr Bristol City 1
DF Ryan Shawcross Stoke City 1
DF Danny Shittu Watford 1
DF Paul Robinson West Bromwich Albion 1
MF Liam Lawrence Stoke City 2
MF Brian Howard Barnsley 1
MF Marvin Elliott Bristol City 1
MF Jonathan Greening West Bromwich Albion 1
FW Ricardo Fuller Stoke City 1
FW Kevin Phillips West Bromwich Albion 2

League OneEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Keiren Westwood Carlisle United 1
DF Àngel Rangel Swansea City 1
DF Garry Monk Swansea City 1
DF Danny Livesey Carlisle United 1
DF Julian Bennett Nottingham Forest 1
MF Andy Robinson * Swansea City 2
MF Ferrie Bodde Swansea City 1
MF Richie Wellens * Doncaster Rovers 3
MF Kris Commons Nottingham Forest 1
FW Jermaine Beckford Leeds United 1
FW Jason Scotland Swansea City 1

League TwoEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Joe Lewis Peterborough United[d] 1
DF Craig Pead ¤ Brentford 2
DF Steve Foster Darlington 1
DF Danny Swailes Milton Keynes Dons 1
DF Dean Lewington Milton Keynes Dons 1
MF Jason Puncheon Barnet 1
MF Keith Andrews Milton Keynes Dons 1
MF Lloyd Dyer Milton Keynes Dons 1
MF George Boyd Peterborough United 1
FW Jack Lester Chesterfield 1
FW Aaron McLean Peterborough United 1

2008–09Edit

Source[21]

Premier LeagueEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Edwin van der Sar   Manchester United 2
DF Glen Johnson Portsmouth 1
DF Rio Ferdinand   Manchester United 5
DF Nemanja Vidić   Manchester United 3
DF Patrice Evra   Manchester United 2
MF Cristiano Ronaldo   Manchester United 4
MF Steven Gerrard   Liverpool 7
MF Ryan Giggs   Manchester United 6
MF Ashley Young   Aston Villa 3
FW Nicolas Anelka   Chelsea 2
FW Fernando Torres   Liverpool 2

ChampionshipEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Keiren Westwood Coventry City 2
DF Kyle Naughton Sheffield United 1
DF Roger Johnson Cardiff City 2
DF Richard Stearman Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
DF Danny Fox Coventry City 1
MF Michael Kightly Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
MF Joe Ledley Cardiff City 1
MF Jordi Gómez Swansea City 1
MF Stephen Hunt Reading 1
FW Sylvan Ebanks-Blake Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
FW Jason Scotland Swansea City 2

League OneEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Joe Murphy * Scunthorpe United 2
DF Neal Eardley Oldham Athletic 1
DF Jack Hobbs Leicester City 1
DF Sean O'Hanlon Milton Keynes Dons 1
DF Dean Lewington Milton Keynes Dons 2
MF Fabian Delph Leeds United 1
MF Matt Oakley Leicester City 1
MF Chris Taylor Oldham Athletic 1
MF George Boyd Peterborough United 2
FW Rickie Lambert Bristol Rovers 1
FW Matty Fryatt Leicester City 1

League TwoEdit

Pos. Player Club App.
GK Scott Shearer Wycombe Wanderers 1
DF Neil Austin Darlington 1
DF David McCracken Wycombe Wanderers 1
DF Simon King Gillingham 1
MF Tom Kennedy Rochdale 1
MF Omar Daley Bradford City 1
MF Dany N'Guessan Lincoln City 1
MF Ben Davies Shrewsbury Town 1
MF Tommy Doherty ¤ Wycombe Wanderers 2
FW Grant Holt Shrewsbury Town 1
FW Andy Bishop Bury 1

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Fettis played for York City until January 2003.[10]
  2. ^ Edwards played for Luton Town until January 2007.[16]
  3. ^ Humphreys played for Port Vale on loan from September to October 2006.[17][18]
  4. ^ Lewis played for Morecambe until January 2008.[20]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Lynch, Tony (1995). The Official P.F.A. Footballers Heroes. London: Random House. p. 140. ISBN 978-0-09-179135-3.
  2. ^ a b "LUFC No Leeds players in PFA Team of the Year". Vital Leeds. 18 April 2011. Retrieved 26 April 2018.
  3. ^ Magowan, Alistair (18 April 2011). "Do you agree with PFA awards?". BBC Sport. Retrieved 26 April 2018.
  4. ^ Sumner, Ric (20 April 2011). "Batt named in PFA League Two team of the year". Oxford Journal. Archived from the original on 19 June 2013.
  5. ^ "New titles for women at PFA awards dinner in 2014". The Football Association. 13 March 2014. Retrieved 26 April 2018.
  6. ^ "Keane claims award double". BBC News. 30 April 2000. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  7. ^ "Teams of the year". BBC Sport. 29 April 2001. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  8. ^ "PFA teams send Hatters mad". The Guardian. London. 15 April 2002. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  9. ^ McKechnie, David (28 April 2003). "Henry lands PFA award". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  10. ^ "'Keeper joins City rivals". York Evening Press. 20 January 2003. Retrieved 26 April 2018.
  11. ^ "Henry retains PFA crown". BBC Sport. 25 April 2004. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  12. ^ "Terry claims player of year award". BBC Sport. 24 April 2005. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  13. ^ "Sunderland/Wigan dominate line-up". BBC Sport. 24 April 2005. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  14. ^ "Gerrard named player of the year". BBC Sport. 23 April 2006. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  15. ^ "Ronaldo secures PFA awards double". BBC Sport. 22 April 2007. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  16. ^ "Sunderland sign Edwards for £1.5m". BBC Sport. 2 January 2007. Retrieved 26 April 2018.
  17. ^ "Humphreys makes Vale loan switch". BBC Sport. 8 September 2006. Retrieved 26 April 2018.
  18. ^ "Humphreys returns to Hartlepool". BBC Sport. 10 October 2006. Retrieved 26 April 2018.
  19. ^ "Ronaldo named player of the year". BBC Sport. 27 April 2008. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  20. ^ "Posh break record to sign keeper". BBC Sport. 8 January 2008. Retrieved 26 April 2018.
  21. ^ "Giggs earns prestigious PFA award". BBC Sport. 26 April 2009. Retrieved 25 April 2018.

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