David de Gea named as Manchester United's Player of the Year for third season in a row
Published 02/05/2016 | 23:33
David de Gea has been named as Manchester United's Player of the Year for a third season in succession after another sparkling campaign from the Spanish keeper
De Gea has been the stand-out performer for United over the last nine months, with his displays keeping United in the mix for a top four finish and helping them to secure a place in the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace at Wembley later this month.
It was no surprise to see De Gea finish ahead of the pack for the top award at United once more, with the video below capturing his finest moments.
Chris Smalling was crowned as Manchester United's Players' Player of the Year, as nominated by his fellow United team-mates at an awards dinner that also saw Marcus Rashford's breakthrough season given due recognition.
Smalling has emerged as a talisman of a United defence that has been rock solid for most of this campaign, with the England centre-back maturing into one of the best defenders in the Premier League.
Rashford's spectacular season saw him duly crowned as United's under-18 Player of the Year, with this footage confirming it was a worth award for one of the rising stars of the Premier League.
Meanwhile, Anthony Martial's sensational debut goal for United against Liverpool back in September was voted the club's Goal of the Season:
Of course, United will be hoping their greatest moments in this campaign are still to come, as they chase a top four finish in the Premier League and FA Cup glory.