End Of Season Review
With the Premier League just finished, you've joined us for the end of season review. We shall get underway.
Well... what an exciting final day it was! With Manchester United and local rivals Manchester City so close together, Manchester United needed to win to win the league. With the game against Wigan ending in a draw, all eyes turned to City. With them beating Sheffield Wednesday 2-1, the two sides were level on points and on goal difference! The match ended 2-1 and the match went down to head-to-heads. Manchester United had the better goal difference in the two games they played against each other, therefore winning the league. The most successful team in the Premier Leagues' history will be hoping that they can add another league title to their trophy cabinet next season.
Well. what else is there to say? Commiserations to Manchester City, who only just failed to retain the league title. It was a very harsh way to give up the title but next season is just around the corner and with some good signings and results, next seasons title could be theirs.
Commiserations to West Bromwich Albion, Sheffield Wednesday and Crystal Palace, who have been relegated to the Sky Bet Championship.
Blackburn and Bolton return to the Premier League after winning promotion from the Sky Bet Championship. Blackburn won the league, Bolton finished in second place, while Cardiff sealed an instant return after beating Leeds in the Playoff Final.
Swansea's Wilfried Bony wins the Top Goalscorer Award after scoring 22 goals in the league this season. Newcastle's Alessandro Matri and Manchester United's Robin Van Persie finished level on 21 goals each, with Matri finishing second due to playing less games.
Players' Player Of The Year
Manchester City and Belgium skipper Vincent Kompany wins the Players' Player Of The Year Award after a great season which saw his side only concede 25 goals in the whole season. He also scored 3 goals and set up two.
Footballer Of The Year
Poland and Chelsea striker Robert Lewandowski wins the Footballer Of The Year Award after scoring twenty goals and setting up his team mates ten times.
Young Player Of The Year
The Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko, 24, wins the Young Player Of The Year Award after he was key in Newcastle's successful campaign. He played 35 of the 38 games, scoring nine and setting up four.
Manager Of The Season
Newcastle manager Alan Shearer wins the Manager Of The Season Award, after leading his team to a 5th place spot and winning two trophies. Congratulations to all winners!