Players are awarded at the end of the season with exceptional players nominated based on how they performed in the season under review.
Awarding of exceptional players have gone on for seasons but many has the view that the 21st century awards are now based on who scores more and not how you perform.
They have argued that when it comes to goals, strikers are mostly at the forefront because thats what they are tasked to do. But for a striker to score more, he needs the assistance of defenders, midfielders and goalkeepers to ensure that that striker becomes a prolific one.
Some argue that though strikers can score through their own brilliance and abilities, they depend mostly on other departments of players to do so.
The PFA Player of the Year for the 2016/2017 PL season was announced and saw only two midfielders making the cut with no defender and goalkeeper despite other departments making a name for themselves this season.
This has worsen the argument by some section saying Defenders and Goalkeepers are treated unfairly when it comes to nomination.
GhanaMansports.com will like to know if that is true or not.
Are goalkeepers and defenders treated unfairly when it comes to award nominations?
Is the award nominations mostly favouring strikers?
Should the nomination be looked at and restructured all over?
Let us hear you on this issue