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PFA Player of the Year 2019/2020

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The PFA Player of the Year Award 2019-20

The PFA Player of the Year award is not as straightforward this year as it has been previously. The interruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak has led to doubts as to when the season will be finished, with officials scrambling about trying to find a solution and space in the calendar to carry it out.

But the Premier League have expressed their commitment to completing the campaign, no matter how much it disrupts other events. And, therefore, one player will eventually be crowned the PFA Player of the Year 2019-20. When the season was in full flow, the favourites were widely regarded to have been Liverpool's Sadio Mane and Jordan Henderson as well as Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne. It's easy to see why this is the case.

Mane has scored 14 goals this time around, making seven assists as well. His all-round approach play has been superb and he has struck terror into opposition back-lines up and down the country. Truly, he has stepped out of the shadow of Mohamed Salah and become a superstar in his own right, and arguably a much better player too. His teammate, Jordan Henderson, is less obviously brilliant, but brilliant nonetheless. He has controlled the record-breaking Liverpool 's midfield with poise and class. In addition to his contribution with the ball, the Liverpool captain has been a huge presence in terms of his leadership and the example he sets to the dressing room.

Despite Manchester City getting no way near the high-bar they set for themselves in 2017-18 and 2018-19, their ginger-haired maestro in midfield has continued to have the opposition on strings. Kevin De Bruyne's range of passing, driving force and long-range efforts mean that he has been firing on all cylinders, even if many of his teammates haven't. He too is a major contender for this year's award.

As well as the trio who are leading the pack, there are some outside contenders who, if they finish the season strongly, might stand a chance of scooping the award. Jamie Vardy is the Premier League’s top scorer and although he is not playing as well as he was at the outset of the campaign, he will be hoping he can return to his blistering form. The winner of last year’s award, Virgil Van Dijk, will also be hoping to find favour with the voters. So too will another man in a red shirt, Trent Alexander-Arnold. Even if he doesn’t, he is surely a safe bet for Young Player of the Year.

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