The debate for who deserves the EPL best player award for 2019/2020 season is causing serious issues amongst Epl fans, ex-players and sports journalists. Four journalists squabbled over who should win the men’s PFA Player of the Year. To decide who wins, a poll was conducted on Twitter and your winner? Kevin de Bruyne. Eurosport’s new series ‘The Debate’ saw four writers make a case for four different players before having their arguments picked apart in new vodcast and podcast ‘Game of Opinions’. De Bruyne (34%) took the spoils marginally ahead of Sadio Mane (32.3%), with Jordan Henderson (20.2%) completing the podium. Last year's actual winner Virgil van Dijk (13.4%) finished last. THE ARGUMENTS Ben Snowball made the case for Virgil van Dijk – claiming that "without him, none of Liverpool’s success would have been possible". Read his views here. Carrie Dunn made the case for Kevin De Bruyne – claiming that "it’s much more difficult to be world class in a team who are fallible and floundering". Read her views here. Pete Sharland made the case for Jordan Henderson – claiming that he has "truly announced himself as one of the best midfielders around". Read his views here. Marcus Foley made the case for Sadio Mane – claiming that he is "a master of all trades, a jack of none".
Kevin DeBruyne, Sadio Mane & J Henderson: Who Deserves POTY Award For 2019/2020?
July 4, 2020