Egyptian Mohamed Salah wins England Player of the Year award


Liverpool and Egypt footballer Mohamed Salah was crowned England Player of the Year for the second time in his career on Thursday evening 9 June.

The Egyptian star has outperformed the five candidates, most notably Manchester City player Kevin De Bruyne, who has won the title in the past two years.

Salah also outperformed his fellow Reds, Sadio Mane, Virgil van Dijk, Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Tottenham’s Harry Kane.

The Reds star is very popular and has many titles at the collective and individual level, most notably the Best African Player Award in 2017 and the Best Player in England in 2018, and in the same year he won the Golden Onnes Award and the Puskas Award in 2018.
At the end of the 2021-2022 season, Salah won the Golden Boot and Best Playmaker Awards after leading the Premier League’s top scorers list with 23 goals, alongside Tottenham Hotspur’s Korean star Son Heung-min.

The English Professional League also announced the best player squad of the year for the 2021-2022 Premier League season, which saw both Manchester City and Liverpool players on the team in control.

The perfect line-up saw six Liverpool players, three Manchester City players, one Chelsea player and one Manchester United player.

The club’s goalkeeper from Liverpool, Alisson Becker, and in defense of City, Joao Cancelo, Rudiger of Chelsea and Arnold and Van Dyck of Liverpool.

The midfield selection fell to De Bruyne, Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva and Liverpool’s Thiago Alcantara.

Central to the attack were Mohamed Salah, his Liverpool colleague Sadio Mane and Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United.

Phil Foden of Manchester City receives the award better Young player in the English Premier League.

and won Coach Watford Football Club, Roy Hudson, has been awarded the English Football League Merit Award, given to the person who has contributed most to football.

and got gamer Chelsea’s Sam Kerr won England’s Women’s Player of the Year award and City’s Lauren Hemp won the price Best young player in the Women’s Premier League.