Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne has been named the Professional Footballers’ Association’s men’s player of the year for the second successive season.
It was gathered that De Bruyne’s team-mate Phil Foden was announced as young player of the year.
Chelsea’s Fran Kirby took the women’s player of the year accolade and Manchester City’s Lauren Hemp scooping women’s young player for the third time.
De Bruyne said:
“I am becoming more of a leader on the pitch, off the pitch. I am learning a lot about myself, about the way the team is run and it can only help me for the future,”
“You want to win all the trophies with the team and then obviously if you win a trophy like this, this is probably the most important one as an individual trophy in the league.
“To be voted by your competitors who you compete with every game, that says a lot. They are the people, in my view, who know the most about the game and they are trying to get to the best level..”
Chelsea and England forward Kirby scooped the women’s accolade, having found the net 25 times in all competitions as the Blues retained the Women’s Super League title and won the League Cup.
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