Barclays Premier League Awards
The Barclays Premier League Awards are the first of two that Manchester United fans enjoy, as well as the official club awards. Fans always expect some Manchester United nominated, and often winners of the awards on the night, this year hosted by Robbie Savage, with this year's award winners being announced by former winners.
English Footballer of the Year
The biggest award of the night, showing who many pundits and special guests believe has been the very best player of the season. The award is announced by 2000/2001 winner Teddy Sheringham.
The winner of the English Footballer of the Year this year featured in 26 games, scoring 17 goals, achieving an average rating of 7.57. The winner is Carlos Tevez.
English Player's Player of the Year
The biggest award of the night, showing who many pundits and special guests believe has been the very best player of the season. The award is announced by 2002/2003 and 2003/2004 winner Thierry Henry.
The winner of the English Player's Player of the Year this year played 32 games, scoring 7 goals with an average rating of 7.77. The winner is Nemanja Vidic.
English Premier League Top Goalscorer
The award all strikers want to win, awarded to the highest scorer of the season. The award is announced by 2000/2001 winner Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
Third place of this years English Premier League Top Goalscorer goes to Carlos Tevez, with 17 goals. With 21 goals in second is place is Emmanuel Adebayor with 21 goals, meaning the winner, with 28 goals is Olivier Giroud.
English Player's Young Player of the Year
The award decided by the players, on the best player under the age of 25. The award is announced by 2001/2002 winner Craig Bellamy.
Third place of this years English Player's Young Player of the Year goes to Chelsea player Eden Hazard. Manchester United's Robert Lewandowski takes second, resulting in the winner being none other than Manchester City's Sandro.
English Premier League Goal of the Season
The award decided by pundits and special guests, of the best goal scored throughout the season. The award is announced by 1994/1995 winner Matthew Le Tissier.
Third place goes to Darren Bent, for his strike against Chelsea. Second place goes to John Obi Mikel for his goal against Southampton, so the winner for his goal on New Years Day against Swansea goes to new signing Adrian.
English Premier League Golden Glove
The award for the best keeper of the season, judged on the number of clean sheets is announced by 2008/2009 winner Edwin Van Der Sar.
Hugo Lloris takes third place, with 17 clean sheets from 38 games, altogether conceding 36 goals. Second place goes to David De Gea, conceding just 18, with 18 clean sheets in 33 games. The winner played 38 games, keeping 20 clean sheet while conceding 28. He is Jose Reina.
English Premier League Manager of the Year
The award for the best manager of the season, based on their manager points collected. The award is announced by 10 time winner Sir Alex Ferguson.
Andre Villas-Boas takes third place, with 498 points, while Alan Pardew takes second with 606. Now I am delighted to announce the winner, with a staggering 1080 points, as Manchester United's new manager David Moyes.
English Premier League Team of the Year
The award for the best team according to the average ratings of players in each position.
Jose Reina, Chris Smalling, Nemanja Vidic, Brede Hangeland, Jose Enrique, Ashley Young, Carlos Tevez, David Silva, Eden Hazard, Robert Lewandowski, Olivier Giroud.