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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

Your Comments

In a sane world RVP would walk it.
Wyn Mills
If it goes to anyone other than RvP.......
Sajit
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
https://twitter.com/#!/Andre_Santos27/status/191869838090706944/photo/1 . I love Santos!!!
Sajit
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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