Okay End of Season Awards guys
Player of the Year - Luis Suarez
Had Ramsey not missed 3 months, I would've gone with him in less than a heartbeat, the guy scored so many massive goals(including the one that ended the drought, he'll never score a more monumental goal in his life). I went with Suarez since, honestly, he almost single handedly fired Liverpool to the EPL, Gerrard and Sturridge deserve credit as well. Suarez drove home 31 goals(tied the EPL record) and actually showed maturity for once in his life. I still don't have that much respect for him cause he still has those times where he goes to ground like he got shot.
Keeper of the Year - Wojciech Szczesny/Julian Speroni
Szczesny is the co-Golden Glove winner, made some massive saves over the season and can't really take much blame for those 4 away results. He doesn't get as much credit as he deserves, partly due to his chaotic decision making being a bit of a problem he can't seem to shake.
As for Speroni, he's as much the reason Crystal Palace stayed up and pulled off the shocks they caused as anyone on the Eagles. In my mind, some of the best saves this season were his doing and I doubt Palace would have even come close to staying up if it were anyone else in goal.
Breakout Player of the Year - Aaron Ramsey
As I said, if not for the fact that he missed 3 months due to injury, I would have picked Ramsey as my POTY. This time last year, a good majority of Arsenal fans wanted him gone, saw him as a liability and a waste of time. Now, he's gotta be the consensus best player Arsenal has after the year he has. Let me put this into perspective, he missed 3 months and still had 16 goals and 9 assists. When he was missing, Arsenal's form and performances started to wane, he was so important to Arsenal's season and one can only imagine where Arsenal would've finished if he had stayed fit the entire season.
Manager of the Year - Gus Poyet
Could of chose Tony Pulis, could've went with Brenden Rodgers. In the end I went with the guy who brought Sunderland out of the depths of relegation hell. Very few teams have survived being bottom of the EPL at Christmas, and the fact that Poyet took over a struggling Black Cats that was dead last for nearly half the season by the end really was remarkable. And while their form didn't improve until late in the season he still managed them to the Capital One Cup final and becoming the first team to win an EPL match at Stamford Bridge against a Mourinho-led Chelsea.
Game(s) Of The Season - Liverpool 3-2 Manchester City
Okay this game went batshit crazy if you ask me. At no point while watching this game did I feel that one side actually had complete control. Even after Kompany inadvertantly kicked the ball to Coutinho for the winning goal, I still thought there was more to this game. Every goal was remarkable and every moment was intense as can be. Unfortunately, a line mentioned by Gerrard in the celebrations ended up coming back to haunt the Reds in the end.
Goal of the Season - Jack Wilshere vs Norwich
Suarez scored some good goals, so did Shelvey, Rooney, Yaya Toure and Sturridge. But if you want the ultimate example of precision passing, communication and teamwork. Then that was done by Cazorla, Giroud and Wilshere. It was so perfectly executed that every Norwich player was effectively frozen to their spots, and after the ball hit the back of the net some players threw their arms up praying he was offsides because this goal seemed almost impossible to have happened, whether in real life or even a video game.
Quote of the Season - Almost anything that came out of Jose Mourinho's mouth
Who here thinks Mourinho should come with a mute button? Thoughout this season, it's almost felt like Jose didn't come back to Chelsea to win trophies but rather to piss off and annoy anyone who hears him talk. The idiotic remarks I've heard him say have been all over the place. Mocking Arsenal for not scoring at home vs Chelsea, who had parked the bus in that game, then a few weeks later criticized West Ham for using 19th century tactics, even though they were the exact same tactics he used against Arsenal(and Man U earlier). Calling his team a little horse in the title race and criticizing his own players. Blatantly criticizing referees every time something didn't go his way. And then my personal favorite now, calling Arsene Wenger a "Specialist In Failure" then watch Chelsea end the season with no trophies(and his home unbeaten run end) and Arsenal end their 9 year trophy drought. He's become the King of Fools.
So, what is everyone else's choices for these catagories?
Player of the Year (I have an idea who everyone will say for this one)
Keeper of the Year
Breakout Player of the Year
Manager of the Year
Game(s) Of The Season
Goal of the Season