Vote for the Best of the 2013/14 Premier League Season: Blogs, Footballers, Podcasts, Commentators and More

You gave us your nominations, and now it’s your turn to have your say on the best of the 2013-14 Premier League soccer season in the sixth annual World Soccer Talk Awards. The award competition includes everything from your favorite footballers, blogs, podcasts, commentators and much more. 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.

The World Soccer Talk Awards recognize the best-of-the-best in the Premier League. It’s not a stuffy awards competition run by people who don’t know English football. And it’s not an awards contest decided by snooty writers. It’s the people’s choice, and the vote of the fans.

Be sure to vote in all of the following 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 Forum


Best Book

Take a look to see the winners of the competition from previous years: 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, and 2009.

16 thoughts on “Vote for the Best of the 2013/14 Premier League Season: Blogs, Footballers, Podcasts, Commentators and More”

    1. This article is complete rubbish. Gerrard had 13 goals and led the league in assists with 14 which was 5 more than Toure in 1 less game played. He plays a defensive position as opposed to Toure’s offensive. He deserves all the accolades he gets. I’ve read better articles that criticized Gerrard than this one. Tabloid journalism at it’s best.

  1. Gaffer, a few of the categories are linked to the results from 12-13 voting…best video, forum, book.

    I think its just a hyperlink error.

    1. Thanks Cody. I think it’s just the video category where there was a wrong link. I’ll fix that now. Thanks for pointing it out :)

  2. Chris, just curious… Some of the choices for commentators have never done a premier league game this season.. Ala Strong, and Johnson


    1. I’m including Champions League and Europa League commentary of Premier League teams in those categories.

    1. Gary Neville’s exclusion was an oversight. He has been added to the poll. Thanks for the heads-up.

  3. This is joking! Can any one explain to me why on earth are these big name commentators who we used to heard them regulary the past ten months are not there? 1.steve banyard. 2.gary weaver. 3.bill lesley. 4.ian crocker. 5.jim proudford. 6.kevin keatings. 7.joe speight. 8.phil blacker. And the co-commentators missing are so many but the stand out’s are 1.gary neville. 2.tony gale. 3.dany mills. 4.davie provan. Another big suprise is “is there any one who heard itv’s clive tyldesley this season in the pl or championsleague? Big big surprises.

    1. I contemplated it. I thought I’d do it, but I ended up deciding not to, not because I don’t value the commenters on the site (which I do, greatly), but for new fans coming to this site as a result of the awards, they would have no context who to vote for. Maybe we can do a separate awards just for the readers?

      1. Fair enough. The readers and writers are a big part of this site. A lot of us check in just to see what others are saying. Obviously you get the odd wally (always Chelsea for some reason) but most readers are quite thoughtful and fair minded.

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