The remarkable season enjoyed by Leicester City (and most of the rest of the football loving world it would appear) was in evidence at the 43rd PFA Awards held at London’s Grosvenor House on Sunday 24th April, just one week before they were acclaimed as Premier League Champions.
The Awards show, produced by The Black Arts with BBC Sport, included live performances from Jake Bugg and Tinie Tempah and featured a tribute to the England 1966 World Cup Squad ( with no less than eight squad players at the dinner), the PFA Merit Award to Ryan Giggs and the individual players awards to Beth Mead (Women’s PFA Young Player of the Year) Deli Ali (Men’s PFA Young Player of the Year) and Izzy Christiansen (Women’s PFA Players’ Player of the Year)
Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy was presented with a Special Award for his historic sequence of goals, the club had no less than four players on the PFA Premier League Team of the Year and the ultimate award (the PFA Player’s Player of the Year) was presented to Ryjad Mahrez. Almost the entire squad attended the event, having beaten Swansea 4-0 the same afternoon.
PFA AWARDS | Highlights
One of the most prestigious awards ceremonies in any category are the Professional Footballers Association Awards at Grosvenor House in London’s Park Lane.
PFA AWARDS | Jamie Vardy
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PFA AWARDS | Young Men’s Player of the Year
PFA AWARDS | Comedy
PFA AWARDS | Men’s Player of the Year
PFA AWARDS | Tinie Tempah