Arsenal Insider Awards: Vote For Your Player Of The Season

Arsenal Insider Awards: Vote For Your Player Of The Season

With the Premier League season now done and dusted and just the FA Cup final to go, it’s time for you to vote in the Arsenal Insider end of season awards.
Across the next week, there will be a number of awards to vote on, and we start with the player of the year vote. Here are the three nominees for you to choose from.
Alexis Sanchez
I would have been certified insane had I not nominated Alexis Sanchez for this award. Where would we be without the Chilean?
Sanchez has played both on the left and as a central striker this season, making 49 appearances across all competitions, scoring 28 goals and assisting a further 19.
At times, the diminutive attacker has carried the team, and would have been due a large portion of the credit had we somehow finished in the top four.
While is goals and assists make him a key player and almost nailed on to win this awards, his work rate and never say die attitude has made him a true fan favourite at The Emirates.
Let’s just hope he signs that new contract.
Laurent Koscielny
Without captain and defensive lynchpin Koscielny, Arsenal look like a completely different team.
The Frenchman struggled with injury towards the end of the season and his absence played a role in Arsenal’s downfall this campaign.
Substituted and harshly sent off against Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League, a tie which finished an embarrassing 10-2 on aggregate, Arsenal actually led the tie 2-1 while he was on the pitch, highlighting the impact he has on the team.
His consistent performances over the past few seasons have seen Koscielny become one of the league best centre-backs, and although the club did not perform this season, the 31-year-old certainly did.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Poor in the first half of the season, the switch to 3-4-3 and his new wing-back role saw Oxlade-Chamberlain thrive in recent months.
Providing pace, power, and energy, the Englishman has put in a number of standout performances as a wing-back, most notably against Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final.
Often criticised for his lack of end product, the Ox seems to have found a role that best suits him, even keeping Hector Bellerin out of the team.
We can only hope that Ox keeps developing and becomes a key member of the team in years to come.

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