Manchester United have just finished tallying their annual awards for fans player of the year and players' player of the year. Bruno Fernandes has just won the fans player of the year for the second season running after also scooping the award last season despite only arriving at the club half way through. He has beaten off competition from Luke Shaw to claim the award which was voted by United fans in more than 200 countries around the world.
However, the players themselves chose another player entirely. Luke Shaw was pucked by his fellow players to win the Players' Player of the Year. He was voted by all the senior players at the club.
This marks a turnaround for a player who Mourinho once called "useless". He has had a fantastic performance at the back. Not only has Shaw improved his defending, but has also added to his offensive side contributing 1 goal and 5 assists this season.
This is second time Shaw has won the award by his fellow players who regard him as one of the most hardworking players in the squad. His hardwork is starting to payoff finally. He has also managed to stay injury free for much of the season. Congratulation to Luke Shaw on your award.
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