Bruno Fernandes has won the Football Supporters Association (FSA) Player of the Year for his heroics since joining Manchester United.
The FSA is a fan-based organisation from England and Walves, with more than 500,000 members made up of individual fans and supporters’ organisations.
Fernandes had involvement in 32 goals for United – the most managed by any player in the Premier League – in 2020 so there’s no denying that he deserves the award.
This season he has been involved in 26 Premier League goals, scoring 16 and assisting a further 10 goals, which also makes Fernandes a front runner for the PFA Player of the Year award as well.
Fernandes was pictured with his award on Friday ahead of Manchester United v West Ham on Sunday.
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