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- Adam StorerMay 10, 20197:23 am
WHILE their rivals – bar Manchester City – have been contesting European semi-finals this week, United were hosting their Player of the Year awards.
Here are all the winners…
- ian tuckeyMay 9, 201910:27 pm
LUKE SHAW was tonight named Manchester United's player of the year.
The left-back, 23, has been one of the few bright spots in a fluctuating and ultimately forlorn season for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, who seem set to finish a tame sixth in the Premier League .
- ian tuckeyMay 9, 201910:18 pm
MANCHESTER UNITED stars put on a brave face as they arrived for their end of season awards bash – with their Wags looking glam on the red carpet.
One Red Devils ace must be crowned the 2018-19 Player of the Season tonight – but does anyone even really deserve it?
Man Utd slipped out of the race for the top-four in their last game – a dreadful 1-1 draw against Huddersfield.
Only Scott McTominay emerged from that game with any real credit to his name – as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to build a team around the Scot next term.
And tonight the United boss threw on his tux and headed to the awards night with wife Silje.
Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Chris Smalling took to the red carpet in their best black tie-wear.
Spanish duo Juan Mata and Ander Herrera – on their way out of the club this summer – also entered together.
Meanwhile, £505,000-a-week star Alexis Sanchez arrived alone amidst reports he is “sad, despised and doubting everything” at United.
- ian tuckeyMay 9, 201910:15 pm
LUKE SHAW could be one of the few current Manchester United defenders with a long-term future under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
And the England left-back, 23, looked a proud man when he was pictured at the club's end-of-season awards tonight.
- ian tuckeyMay 9, 20199:21 pm
HOLLAND Under-21 winger Tahith Chong boosted his growing reputation at Manchester United by winning the reserve player of the year award.
The ex-Feyenoord kid, 19, followed up his Premier League debut in a 3-2 win over Southampton on March 2 with a memorable Champions League introduction at PSG four days later.
Chong was a late substitute as United won 3-1 to reach the quarter-finals on away goals thanks to Marcus Rashford's stoppage-time penalty.
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