Vote in the FSF awards!

17th November, 2014

The Football Supporters’ Federation is delighted to announce below the shortlisted nominations for the 2014 FSF Awards, in association with William Hill, following a nominations process involving thousands of fans across the country.


Voting is open now; to cast your votes please ask your members to visit:


Player of the Year:

Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)

Eden Hazard (Chelsea)

Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)

Morgan Schneiderlin (Southampton)

Raheem Sterling (Liverpool)

Yaya Toure (Manchester City)


Blogger of the Year:

Arseblog (Andrew Mangan)

Beesotted (Various)

Copa 90 (Various)

The Premier League Owl (Seb Stafford-Bloor)

The Real FA Cup (Damon Threadgold/Simon Barnett)

Two Hundred Percent (Ian King)


Commentator of the Year:

Jon Champion (Absolute Radio)

Alan Green (BBC)

Conor McNamara (BBC)

Guy Mowbray (BBC)

Clive Tyldesley (ITV)

Martin Tyler (Sky Sports)


Fanzine of the Year:

A Love Supreme (Sunderland)

Duck (Stoke City)

Popular Stand (Doncaster Rovers)

Stand (Various)

The Square Ball (Leeds United)

United We Stand (Manchester United)


Independent Website of the Year:

The Anfield Wrap (Liverpool)

Fantasy Football Scout

The Inside Left

True Faith (Newcastle United)

The Two Unfortunates



Newspaper of the Year:

The Daily Mail

The Daily Mirror

The Daily Telegraph

The Guardian

The Independent

The Times


Podcast/Radio Show of the Year:

The Football Ramble

Football Weekly (The Guardian)

The Monday Night Club (BBC 5 Live)

The Sound of Football

The Tuesday Club with Alan Davies

The Warm Up (TalkSport)


Pundit of the Year:

Jamie Carragher (Sky Sports)

Stan Collymore (TalkSport)

Lee Dixon (ITV)

Gary Lineker (BBC)

Gary Neville (Sky Sports)

Robbie Savage (BBC)


Writer of the Year:

Tony Barrett (Times)

David Conn (Guardian)

Andy Dunn (Mirror)

Amy Lawrence (Observer)

Sam Wallace (Independent)

Henry Winter (Telegraph)


While the majority of categories focus on media matters, the Supporters Liaison Officer of the Year and Away Day of the Year awards are both reflective of the matchday experience. Both awards will be chosen by a specially convened FSF Awards Panel. The shortlists for these categories are:


Away Day of the Year:

Cardiff City

Hull City

Preston North End


Rotherham United

Wigan Athletic


Supporters Liaison Officer of the Year:

Birmingham City (Sarah Gould)

Crewe Alexandra (Beverley Dyer and Dave Tomlinson)

Everton (Christine Prior)

Stoke City (Anthony Emmerson)

Sunderland (Chris Waters)

Tottenham Hotspur (Jonathan Waite)


The FSF Awards in association with William Hill take place on the evening of Monday 1st December 2014 at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel (London). Nominees will be invited and a limited number of tickets will go on general sale. Details to be confirmed via

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