Vardy Voted Foootball Writers’ EPL Player Of The Year

Vardy Voted Foootball Writers’ EPL Player Of The Year

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has been voted the 2016 Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year. 


The England international polled 36 per cent of the vote, to beat off competition from his team-mates Riyad Mahrez and N'Golo Kante.


Vardy, who missed Leicester's last two games, following his sending off against West Ham, has scored 22 league goals in 34 games for Leicester.


The 29-year-old will be honoured with the prestigious FWA accolade, which has been running since 1948, at a gala dinner in London on May 12.


Other players to receive votes from FWA members were Tottenham striker Harry Kane, West Ham playmaker Dimitri Payet, Manchester City duo Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne as well as Spurs midfielder Dele Alli.


Vardy who could be a Premier League winner if Tottenham Hotspur fail to beat Chelsea in Monday night's clash said: "It's a great honour to win such a prestigious award and to have my name added to a list of previous winners that includes some unbelievable players. Thank you to the Football Writers' Association and to everyone that voted.


"Thank you also to my team-mates, who are the reason I've been able to achieve anything. It's been an amazing season for all of us at Leicester, based on teamwork not individuals, which you can see in the voting. Thanks also to the manager, all the staff and the fans for their support.


"We're all totally focused on getting over the line in the final two weeks of the season and turning a great season into one we'll never forget. Hopefully I can contribute to that and, if selected, carry some good form into the Euros this summer."


  • 'Excuse me Vardy Jamie. I want to talk to you privately and in confidene. Just me and you. You have rested for two weeks now because of your stupid diving and talking harshly to the referee who could be your father's age. That is pass now. Lets look at the future especially on Saturday where you and your team mates will take on Everton in the week 37 match. You realise how that match is important to all in the world. You are aware that that is the last home match and it will be ideal to crown you on your own field. Moreover, the last match is a tough one. Chelsea and it is away. So you need to conclude everything on Saturday. You must o. What are you saying? That Chelsea will beat or draw with Totteenham? This is why I say sometimes you do not think straight. What if Tottenham with their eyes red now put every thing and Chelsea is beaten. My friend think. Ok what if the mayor of London approach Chelsea and ask then to forget their enmity and make sure that the cup comes to London instead of Leicester? Normally you cannot refuse your mayor. Chelsea can agree. So don't even think about it. Ok, fine and good but never put your fate in another person's hands. everton are very much beatable and you should turn these two match bans to Leicester's advantage. Llisten to this advice. Do not allow allthese awards and accolades on you get into this your mango head. You know that your head look like mango? You have never seen a mango? Ha! Mango is a normal fruit in Africa that have a shape like beans but is bigger like a fist size. You can google t later but listen first to me. Who knows whether Roro Huth will be punished for pulling that guy's afro. I don't know why that guy keeps that hair as if he prefers to be a woman. So prepare your mind for the worse just in case he is match banned as the FA is really not in fancy with Leicester as a EPL king. Be wise. Remember Drinkwater is red card and so will not be available in the Everton match. That guy understands you well. Have you asked him why he dey even dey answer Drinkwater? Which kind name be that sef? So my dear Vardy, wise up and be careful not to get injured before Saturday. Do not be over-confident that you will beat Everton and become conplacent. The disgrace if you miss this EPL title cannot be discribed o. People will commit suicide and I will cease to be a supporter but turn overnight to an Anti-Leicester person. So no do anyhow or we go show you anyhow too. A word is enough for the wise.'