2010-11 EPL Awards

The EPL Awards honor the best in Premier League football — everything from players, managers, teams to podcasts, blogs, commentators and TV shows of the 2010-2011 season. And most importantly of all, they’re voted on by you!

EPL Talk has taken a close look at the Premier League season and we’ve picked out the best footballers, managers, podcasts, blogs, radio shows, online games and more for you to vote for.

This year is the third annual EPL Awards to recognize the best of the Premier League. The voting began Monday, May 2 and closes on May 22, 2011. The winners will be announced on this site on Monday, May 23. Please note that only one vote is allowed per person.

There are a total of 31 categories, which are divided into three main topics:

2010/2011 EPL Award categories:

The nominees were selected by the editor and writers of EPL Talk. Founded in 2005, EPL Talk has quickly grown to become the number one Premier League-related blog in the world featuring daily news and analysis of the world’s most popular sports league.

Here are the individual categories:

May the best of the Premier League win. And be sure to encourage your friends, family members and fellow football supporters to vote.

4 thoughts on “2010-11 EPL Awards”

  1. The player results seem to be dominated by MUFC. Are people open to voting for someone who doesn’t play for your favorite team or is everyone actually convinced MUFC is as good as it gets (despite all the complaints that this years squad isn’t nearly what it has been).

    There has to be some kind of understanding that an individual player can be the best even if the team they’re on isn’t. Parker, Modric, Baines, Foster, etc. are all amazing players but seem to be overlooked. I wonder how fast their ‘individual skill’ would rise immediately if they were signed by a certain team?

  2. Daniel makes excellent points. I’d also like to add that there are simply too many players to choose from. I would much rather see the EPL Talk writing staff make their (combined or singular) selections here, at least for the players. Even if we disagree, I think it would be nice to see how you chose specific players. This seems to be little more than a popularity contest.

  3. People are just voting for the famous teams because that’s all they know.

    Parker, Adams, Baines, Foster, Modric all deserve to be up there higher than the players they chose

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