Ultimate PFA Player

skysports.com has teamed up with the PFA to celebrate 40 years of the PFA Player of the Year Awards.

Last Updated: 17/04/13 at 12:27 Post Comment

We are running a series of polls throughout March and April, encouraging our readers to look back over the 35 players to have won the prestigious prize over the last four decades and choose their favourites.

More than 100,000 votes have been cast already and we have narrowed the field down to just EIGHT greats - and now the time has come to choose your winner.

The contenders in the final vote are:

Norman Hunter (PFA Player of the Year 1974)
Kevin Keegan (PFA Player of the Year 1982)
Kenny Dalglish (PFA Player of the Year 1983)
Gary Lineker (PFA Player of the Year 1986)
Paul McGrath (PFA Player of the Year 1993)
Dennis Bergkamp (PFA Player of the Year 1998)
Thierry Henry (PFA Player of the Year 2003 & 2004)
Steven Gerrard (PFA Player of the Year 2006)

Click here to cast your vote

What's more, everybody that votes will be eligible to enter our prize draw to win two tickets to the 2013 PFA Awards ceremony at Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, on Sunday April 28.

So what are you waiting for? Head over to the voting page and make your choice!

The poll will close on Friday and we will then announce the Ultimate PFA Player. Make sure you back your favourite!

CLICK HERE FOR A PICTORAL TRIBUTE TO THE FINALISTS

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