Voting for PFA Fans’ Player of the Year Award enters its final weekend

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Digital Sports Group announce it is the final weekend of voting for the PFA Fans’ Player of the Year Award being run which is being run on their PFA’s partner website football.co.uk. Fans can still vote for any player, but time is running out. Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG said; “Although there is only a short time to go before voting closes, fans can still influence the final big award of the season".

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Voting for PFA Fans’ Player of the Year Award enters its final weekend.

Digital Sports Group announce it is the final weekend of voting for the PFA Fans’ Player of the Year Award being run which is being run on their PFA’s partner website football.co.uk. Fans can still vote for any player, but time is running out. The current top five (in no particular order) are:

Barclays Premier League

Vincent Kompany – Manchester city
Juan Mata – Chelsea
Robin van Persie – Arsenal
Wayne Rooney – Manchester United
Luis Suarez - Liverpool

nPower Championship

Rickie Lambert – Southampton
Adam LeFondre – Reading
Jay Rodriguez – Burnley
Robert Snodgrass – Leeds United
James Tomkins – West Ham United

nPower League 1

Alan Judge – Notts County
Kieron Lee – Oldham Athletic
Jordan Rhodes – Huddersfield Town
Jose Semedo – Sheffield Wednesday
Chris Solly – Charlton Athletic

nPower League 2

James Collins – Shrewsbury Town
Lewis Grabben – Rotherham United
Nick Powell – Crewe Alexandra
Ben Tozer – Northampton Town
Nahki Wells – Bradford City

Voting closes on Monday 28th May 2012

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG said; “Although there is only a short time to go before voting closes, fans can still influence the final big award of the season. If they were influenced by the events at Wembley or in Munich now is the chance to show it. All they have to do is visit the Fans Player of the Year page or the homepage on the football news website and use the voting box to register their vote.”

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