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13/14 End Of Season Awards

13/14 End Of Season Awards

Everton's End of Season Awards took place at St George's Hall on Wednesday 7 May.

Below is a list of the evening's winners. Click on the links to the right to read more about each accolade.

Fan of the Year: Roy Gregory
Ladies Player of the Year: Nikita Parris
Everton Giant: Bobby Collins
Academy Player of the Season: Ryan Ledson
Under-21s Player of the Season: Tyias Browning
Young Player of the Season: Ross Barkley
The Howard Kendall Award: Sir Philip Carter
Players' Player of the Season: Seamus Coleman
Goal of the Season: Ross Barkley [v Manchester City]
Player of the Season: Seamus Coleman
The Chairman's Blueblood Award: Roberto Martinez

Robert HenonAlthough i agree, with Ross Barkley scoring the goal of the season, but i thought his goal, away at Newcastle, was the better, just my opinion !!

Friday 9th May 09:15 Report Comment

mark stanfordThanks for a great season AND Making us believe. COYB ...BRING ON 2014-15

Thursday 8th May 11:39 Report Comment

james cotgreaveWELL DONE BOYS , THE WHOLE SQUAD, WERE OUTSTANDING, AND WE ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO HAVE THE BEST MANAGER IN THE PREM.

Thursday 8th May 01:10 Report Comment

Noel EavesWell done to all the players, Manager, and all staff for a great season. Roll on 2014/ 2015.

Thursday 8th May 00:16 Report Comment
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