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EPL: Ruben Dias Named FWA Footballer of the Year

Manchester City defender Ruben Dias has been named Football Writers' Association (FWA) Footballer of the Year for the 2020/21 season. The 24-year-old Portugal international who was signed by City for about £65m from Benfica last summer made series of eye-catching impact on the champions since coming on.

Benzema Named Best French Player Playing Abroad, Bags National Team Recall

Real Madrid striker Karim Mostafa Benzema has been named as the best French player playing abroad by the UNFP (France's National Union of Professional Football Players); at the same time, getting a recall for the first time in five years by France coach Didier Deschamps to his 26-man squad for Euro 2020, despite facing trial for alleged blackmail.

Steven Gerrard's Rangers Completes Season As Invincibles

Rangers have ended the Scottish Premiership season unbeaten with 32 wins, 6 draws, 102 points en route to claiming their 55th Scottish title. Steven Gerrard's side has now joined three other teams in world football to have gone 38+ game top-flight season unbeaten. Arsenal (2003-04), Juventus (2011-12) and Brendan Rodgers' Celtic in 2016-17 while also matching their city rivals' 107-year-old clean-sheet record with 26.

Man City Wins 7th Premier League Title

Manchester City has now become the most dominant team in England for a decade after clinching the EPL with three games to spare with Manchester United falling to a 1-2 defeat to Leicester City.

EPL Oldest-Ever Manager Roy Hodgson Bids Farewell To The Game

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has stated he is stepping away from top-flight Premier League football, and the final two matches remaining for Palace this season will be his last as manager. The 73-year-old who began his coaching career in Sweden in 1976 and went on to manage England between 2012 and 2016, will take charge of his last Selhurst Park match against Arsenal on Wednesday before facing one of his former clubs, Liverpool, on Sunday in his final game.

UEFA Champion League Final Moved From Turkey To Porto

The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has announced that it is moving the Champion League final to Portugal for the second year running due to Turkey being added to the United Kingdom's "red list" of countries with severe coronavirus outbreaks.

Sporting Lisbon Clinch First Primeira Liga In 2 Decades

Sporting CP has become the first Portuguese club outside Porto and Benfica to clinch the Primeira Liga title for the first time in 20 years and going unbeaten en route after defeating Boavista 1-0. A 36th minute Paulinho’s goal ensured that Lisbon became champions mathematically with 2 games to spare.

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