Chelsea end of the season award winners

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Chelsea has held its end of the season award session, handing out various accolades to individuals who have impressed over the last 12 months. The male team secured a top-four finish as well as reaching the final of the FA Cup. For the second time in three years, the women team conquered the land. Despite finishing a point behind Manchester City, they were awarded the title based on points per game criterion.

The categories of the awards were: Chelsea Goal of the Season, Chelsea Academy Player of the Season, Chelsea Women’s Player of the Season and Chelsea Men’s Player of the Season.

Chelsea Goal of the Season

Fikayo Tomori was the recipient of the Chelsea Goal of the Season award after his wonder goal against Wolves in a 5-2 triumph at the Molineux last September. A 30-yard screamer from outside the box was some way to open his Chelsea account. The outrageous goal was one of 12 from the men’s, women’s and Academy teams nominated for the award.

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Chelsea Academy Player of the Season

Due to the transfer ban, Chelsea academy players got more chances to feature than ever before. There were debuts for Reece James, Faustino Anjorin, Marc Guehi, Armando Broja, Mason Mount and Billy Gilmour in the last season. Billy Gilmour was voted as the winner in this category. The Scottish midfielder featured in a number of high profile games where he impressed most notably in the FA Cup win over Liverpool.

Chelsea Women’s Player of the Season

Bethany England won this section thanks in no small part to her 21 goals in 24 games which propelled her side to the league and cup double. She also claimed the WSL Player of the Season award.

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Chelsea Men’s Player of the Season

Following a splendid season, Mateo Kovacic was deservingly named as the Chelsea Men’s Player of the Season award winner. After a lacklustre debut season on loan under Maurizio Sarri, he has grown into one of Frank Lampard’s most important players going forward.

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