Phil Foden wins Footballer of the Year award, beating Arsenal, Villa, and Chelsea players

The Manchester City star Phil Foden has been named the Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Year. He has had an outstanding season, contributing 16 goals and 7 assists in 31 league appearances for his team. Foden’s versatility in playing on the wings and in the No.

10 role has been highlighted, and he has been recognized for his performances by receiving the FWA award. This recognition should be beneficial for his role in the England team for the upcoming Euros. The FWA chair, John Cross, praised Foden’s exceptional season and highlighted his ability to perform effectively in different positions on the pitch.

Additionally, Khadija Shaw received the FWA’s women’s Player of the Year award for her impressive tally of 21 goals in 19 Women’s Super League appearances. However, it was noted that Shaw will be unavailable for the remaining matches of the season due to a foot injury.

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