Chelsea winger Eden Hazard added the title of FWA Footballer of the Year to his growing list of gongs on Tuesday, edging out teammate John Terry and Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane to take the top prize, which was voted for by journalists from all around the UK.
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However, here at fanatix HQ, the general consensus was that Hazard was NOT the best player in the Premier League this season.
So, we got 10 of our football writers to vote for their player of the season in order to name the 2014-15 fanatix Writers’ Player of the Year.
Only one of our lot went for Hazard, while stars from Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City and Aston Villa were also hailed.
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Check out our selections and the reasons for the picks below and on page two…
Jordan Chamberlain picked Chelsea’s John Terry
“Captained Chelsea to Premier League glory, playing every minute and barely putting a foot wrong during the title procession. He’s the best defender in the top flight by a country mile, and the fact he isn’t also skippering his country is farcical.”
Steve Green picked Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas
“He may have dipped out of form a little since 2014, but to come straight back and play like he was never away is impressive. Nobody has even come close to creating as many assists as he has, highlighting just how easy he finds it.”
Mohamuud Jama picked Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez.
“Special praise must always go to a player who produces in his first season in English football. Imagine what he’ll do next year.”
Mark Apostolou picked Chelsea’s John Terry
“Veteran has played every minute of every game and is arguably in the best form of his career. Clearly a very divisive character – love him or loathe him. But in playing terms he’s been immense for Chelsea.”
Jordan Harris picked Aston Villa’s Fabian Delph
“Now an England international, Delph has turned Villa’s form around. He was playing well during their slump too.”