Mane, Alli, Klopp, Rodgers Nominated For November Player, Manager Award

Tottenham Hotspur duo Dele Alli and Heung-min Son, Liverpool’s Sadio Mane and Jamie Vardy of Leicester City are among seven players shortlisted for the EA SPORTS Player of the Month award in November.

The nominees were revealed on the Premier League’s official website on Friday.

The other three players also on the shortlist are Caglar Soyuncu of Leicester, Raul Jimenez of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sheffield United’s Lys Mousset.

Mane was a recipient of the Player of the Month award in March this year, while Vardy is the current holder after emerging winner for October.

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Fans can have their say on who wins by voting on the EA SPORTS website before 18:00 GMT on Monday 9 December.

The fans’ votes will be combined with those of the 20 club captains plus a panel of football experts to determine the winner.

And for Barclay’s Manager of the Month award, four coaches were shortlisted.

The managers are Nuno Espirito Santo of Wolves, Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool, Leicester’s Brendan Rodgers and Chris Wilder of Sheffield.

Fans’ votes will be combined with those of a panel of football experts to decide November’s winner.

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  • I think we should have an award entitled Nigerian EPL player of the month.

    For the month of November, my nominees for this “deo’s” prestigious Nigeria EPL player of the month would be:

    – Ndidi
    – Iheanacho
    – Iwobi.

    For me, it has to be Ndidi. The Super Eagles masterclass midfielder has been ever solid in the heart of Leicester’s midfield that his reputation now precedes him.

    Timely tackles, neat interceptions and composed play are now complemented with offensive aspects to his game which have led to him having inputs in goal scoring initiatives.

    Ndidi wins it hands down for me.

    Iwobi comes second because, even though Everton are struggling at the moment, the ex-arsenal man has been lively with a number of goal assists and spirited displays.

    Then,the return of Iheanacho sees him come third after recording a delightful goal and an even more delicious assist (admittedly that game was played on 1 December but I will still sneak it in!).

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