Vote for the Best of the 2012-13 Premier League Season in the 5th Annual EPL Awards

The professional organizations and pundits have spoken, but now it’s your turn to have your say on the best of the Premier League 2012-13 season in the fifth annual EPL Awards. The award competition includes everything from your favorite footballers, blogs, podcasts, commentators and much more.

In each award category, you get one vote, and then after the voting ends on Monday, May 20, we’ll announce the winners (as selected by you) as well as the Editor’s Choice winners (as selected by me).

In previous years, hundreds of thousands of soccer fans from around the world have voted for the best of the best. If you’re a writer, publisher or podcaster, it’s your opportunity to put your name on the map. And if you’re a soccer fan like the rest of us, it’s your chance to honor who has been the best over the entire season.

Disclaimers: Sites that knowingly encourage cheating will be disqualified. Sites also cannot embed the poll on their own site. Only one vote per person. Voting closes on Monday, May 20, 2013. The winner of each EPL Awards category will be announced on EPL Talk on Tuesday, May 21.

Go ahead and vote today in the following award categories:

Footballers and managers

Best Goalkeeper
Best Defender
Best Midfielder
Best Striker
Best Manager
Player of the Year

Behind the mic

Best TV Commentator
Best TV Co-Commentator

Podcasts and radio shows

Best Radio Show
Best Podcast
Best Club Podcast
Best Podcast Presenter
Best Podcast Pundit

Blogs and websites

Best Blog
Best Club Blog
Best Blogger
Best Writer
Best Online Coverage
Best Video Show
Best Forum


Best Book

Best of luck to all nominees!

12 thoughts on “Vote for the Best of the 2012-13 Premier League Season in the 5th Annual EPL Awards”

  1. What about some love for all the posters on here?

    Best poster
    Best post
    Funniest post
    Most irritating poster


  2. The one poor show on talksport is leading the voting… LOL.. Adrain Durham is a sensationalist and frequently demonstrates he has zero football I.Q…. He s the Rush Limbaugh of talksport.

    I’m not a big fan of men in blazers but they deserve at least a mention…. They are certainly better than Talksport Drive.

    It’s frustrating as am radio o the west coast is a repeat of the football show on Sirius or Drive on TalkSport… There are some great shows with great journalism on TalkSport… I don’t expectto agree with everything, but perhaps nievely what I expect informed opinion and far better debate facilitation.

    Danny Kally on Talksport is by far the best presenter on talksport IMO.

    Stan collymore and mark saggers show is also a great show and very well facilitated debate.

    The fact Danny Kelly or MNF with Stan and Mark didn’t make it is just bizarre… I don’t agree with all theysaybutthatswhyi listen, I enjoy different perspectives especially when they are informed.

    Saying you watch a lot of football and positioning it like it qualifies you as an informed opinion compared with coaches and ex players is like watching every season Gray’s Anatomy and claiming you understand medicine on the same level as a doctor or nurse.

    I voted call collymore, but would have picked Danny Kelly had it been available.

    Talksport DriveTime…what an absolute joke

    1. Amen brother. Never a truer word spoken. Our Steven Cohen, a spineless, sniveling, stokist wretch.

  3. Also… If you are a Spurs fan and don’t listen to “hotspurs half hour” then your missing out… Also the production quality is great especially the songs.

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