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The Ox & van Persie Nominated For Awards

Arsenal duo Robin van Persie and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have been nominated for the PFA player of the year and the PFA young player of the year awards respectively.

Whilst the former must be a sure thing to win his award, the latter is more of a recognition of the promising start to his Arsenal career rather than a bona fide contender for the award considering Sergio Augero is nominated for both categories.

It is, however, great to see other people outside the club acknowledging The Ox`s very exciting talents.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 16 2012

Time: 6:34PM

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In a sane world RVP would walk it.
Wyn Mills
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16/04/2012 18:44:00

If it goes to anyone other than RvP.......
Sajit
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16/04/2012 18:49:00

After watching Ronaldinho walk away with Thierry Henry's world player of the year award a few years ago, I'd say anyone could win it. Seeing as this one is voted for by players I wouldn't be surprised to see all the English players vote for Rooney.
Rocky7
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16/04/2012 19:04:00

https://twitter.com/#!/Andre_Santos27/status/191869838090706944/photo/1 . I love Santos!!!
Sajit
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16/04/2012 19:25:00

Van Persie has definitely got to win player of the year. Chamberlain on the other hand I don't feel has played enough games and as a result hasn't been able to make as significant an impact as the other nominees for young player of the year. Then again, I think U21's should only be nominated for young player of the year.
TheFamousNo7
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16/04/2012 22:24:00

 

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