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***Voting is now closed for the 2014 Awards and the winners will be announced Monday 1st December 2014***

The Football Supporters’ Federation is delighted to announce the shortlisted nominations for the 2014 FSF Awards, in association with William Hill, following a nominations process involving thousands of fans across the country. The Awards will take place on Monday 1st December 2014 in London.

There are a total of 66 shortlisted nominees across 11 different categories – including ‘Player of the Year’ which will be battled out by Sergio Aguero, Eden Hazard, Branislav Ivanovic, Morgan Schneiderlin, Raheem Sterling, and Yaya Toure.

But the feistiest category looks to be ‘Pundit of the Year’ with Sky Sports rivals Jamie Carragher and last year’s winner Gary Neville going head-to-head in a strong field which also includes TalkSport’s Stan Collymore, ITV’s Lee Dixon, and the BBC’s Gary Lineker and Robbie Savage.

Other awards up for grabs include ‘Away Day of the Year’, ‘Blogger of the Year’, ‘Commentator of the Year’, ‘Fanzine of the Year’, ‘Independent Website of the Year’, ‘Newspaper of the Year’, ‘Podcast/Radio Show of the Year’, and ‘Writer of the Year’.

There will also be a new award presented this year – ‘Supporter Liaison Officer of the Year’. Every Premier League and Football League club must appoint an SLO and this award will recognise those who’ve made themselves indispensable to their club’s fans.

Kevin Miles, Chief Executive of the FSF, said:

“The FSF Awards in association with William Hill are a great way for fans to reward the best in the game. Supporters are the bedrock of the professional game, so there’s no higher accolade than getting the nod from the fans.

“Luis Suarez took last year’s Player of the Year vote in a landslide victory, but this year looks a little tighter and form in the next few weeks could make all the difference. Fans can have their say and vote via www.fsf.org.uk/awards.”

Kristof Fahy, Chief Marketing Officer at William Hill, said:

“The FSF Awards represent the views of the most important people in the game – the fans, and we’re proud to be associated with this prestigious event.”

The FSF Awards in association with William Hill shortlists:

Player of the Year:

  • Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)
  • Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
  • Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
  • Morgan Schneiderlin (Southampton)
  • Raheem Sterling (Liverpool)
  • Yaya Toure (Manchester City)

Blogger of the Year:

  • Arseblog (Andrew Mangan)
  • Beesotted (Various)
  • Copa 90 (Various)
  • The Premier League Owl (Seb Stafford-Bloor)
  • The Real FA Cup (Damon Threadgold/Simon Barnett)
  • Two Hundred Percent (Ian King)

Commentator of the Year:

  • Jon Champion (Absolute Radio)
  • Alan Green (BBC)
  • Conor McNamara (BBC)
  • Guy Mowbray (BBC)
  • Clive Tyldesley (ITV)
  • Martin Tyler (Sky Sports)

Fanzine of the Year:

  • A Love Supreme (Sunderland)
  • Duck (Stoke City)
  • Popular Stand (Doncaster Rovers)
  • Stand (Various)
  • The Square Ball (Leeds United)
  • United We Stand (Manchester United)

Independent Website of the Year:

  • The Anfield Wrap (Liverpool)
  • Fantasy Football Scout
  • The Inside Left
  • True Faith (Newcastle United)
  • The Two Unfortunates
  • WhoScored

Newspaper of the Year:

  • The Daily Mail
  • The Daily Mirror
  • The Daily Telegraph
  • The Guardian
  • The Independent
  • The Times

Podcast/Radio Show of the Year:

  • The Football Ramble
  • Football Weekly (The Guardian)
  • The Monday Night Club (BBC 5 Live)
  • The Sound of Football
  • The Tuesday Club with Alan Davies
  • The Warm Up (TalkSport)

Pundit of the Year:

  • Jamie Carragher (Sky Sports)
  • Stan Collymore (TalkSport)
  • Lee Dixon (ITV)
  • Gary Lineker (BBC)
  • Gary Neville (Sky Sports)
  • Robbie Savage (BBC)

Writer of the Year:

  • Tony Barrett (Times)
  • David Conn (Guardian)
  • Andy Dunn (Mirror)
  • Amy Lawrence (Observer)
  • Sam Wallace (Independent)
  • Henry Winter (Telegraph)

While the majority of categories focus on media matters, the Supporters Liaison Officer of the Year and Away Day of the Year awards are both reflective of the matchday experience. Both awards will be chosen by a specially convened FSF Awards Panel. The shortlists for these categories are:

Away Day of the Year:

  • Cardiff City
  • Hull City
  • Preston North End
  • Reading
  • Rotherham United
  • Wigan Athletic

Supporters Liaison Officer of the Year:

  • Birmingham City (Sarah Gould)
  • Crewe Alexandra (Beverley Dyer and Dave Tomlinson)
  • Everton (Christine Prior)
  • Stoke City (Anthony Emmerson)
  • Sunderland (Chris Waters)
  • Tottenham Hotspur (Jonathan Waite)

The FSF Awards in association with William Hill take place on the evening of Monday 1st December 2014 at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel (London). Nominees will be invited and a limited number of tickets will go on general sale. Details to be confirmed via www.fsf.org.uk.

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