PFA Names Luis Suarez Player of the Year While Eden Hazard Wins Young Player of the Year Honors

Luis Suarez has been named Player of the Year for the 2013/14 season in the annual award competition, as voted on by the members of The Professional Footballers’ Association. The Liverpool striker won the top honor, while Chelsea’s Eden Hazard won the Young Player of the Year award.

Last season, Gareth Bale became only the third person in the history of the awards competition to win both the Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards in the same season.

So far this season, Suarez has scored 30 goals, despite missing the first 6 games of the season, and has be one of the main players in helping Liverpool climb to the top of the Premier League table.

Hazard, meanwhile, has scored 14 goals this season as an attacking midfielder for Jose Mourinho’s side.

Meanwhile, the PFA announced its Team of the Year, which is as follows: Cech, Shaw, Kompany, Cahill, Coleman, Hazard, Yaya Toure, Gerrard, Lallana, Suarez, Sturridge.

13 thoughts on “PFA Names Luis Suarez Player of the Year While Eden Hazard Wins Young Player of the Year Honors”

  1. Fair enough. Notwithstanding his over-acting and blatant attempt to get penalties, he was by far the player of the year. Even Patrice Evra voted for him.

  2. Jose Mourinho’s team of the year ballot has been leaked on the internet.

    1. Cech
    2. Ivanovic
    3. Cole
    4. Cahill
    5. Terry
    6. Kompany
    7. Zabaleta
    8. Demichelis
    9. Vidic
    10. Skrtel
    11. Bus

  3. Suarez – cheat of the year more than anything.

    I wonder what percentage of his goals were scored against crappy opposition? Intuitively I would imagine it is much higher than, for example, Yaya Toure.

    1. I think I heard yesterday that he had scored 2 goals against Everton, & none against Arsenal, City, or Chelsea.

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