Jamie Vardy voted FWA Footballer of the Year 2016
Leicester forward Jamie Vardy is the Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Year 2016.
The England international collected 36% of members’ votes, making him a clear winner ahead of Foxes' team-mates Riyad Mahrez and N'Golo Kante.
The 29-year-old has scored 24 goals for club and country so far this season, which have helped to put Leicester on the verge of winning the Barclays Premier League title.
FWA Northern Managers Awards Dinner 2015The 2015 FWA Northern Managers Awards Dinner will take place at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel in Manchester on Sunday December 6.
This year's award winners are SIMON GRAYSON (Preston North End) and DAVE FLITCROFT (Bury). Special award winners: GRAHAM FENTON (North Shields) and BILLY HEATH (North Ferriby United), with Guest of honour: SAM ALLARDYCE also set to attend.
Ken GormanThe Football Writers' Association is sad to report the passing of former member Ken Gorman, who died in Cardiff on Sunday night.
Ken, who was 72, worked for many titles covering boxing as well as football.
He spent several years with the News of the World and Daily Star and was working up to his death as a freelance, primarily for the Sunday Mirror.
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Drogba honoured by FWA accoladeChelsea forward Didier Drogba spoke of his pride at joining the list of prestigious winners of the Football Writers' Association Tribute Award at a gala dinner in London.
The Ivory Coast forward, 36, was guest of honour at the January 2015 event, and was presented with the long-running accolade from FWA chairman Andy Dunn.
Cattermole lands FWA North-East awardSunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole has been voted the North East Football Writers’ Association’s Player of the Year for 2014.
The former Middlesbrough and Wigan player beat his ex-Sunderland team-mate Jack Colback into second place, with Middlesbrough captain Grant Leadbitter third. All three have come through North East Academies.
Middlesbrough’s England Under-21 international defender Ben Gibson has been named NEFWA Young Player of the Year, narrowly beating Boro team-mate Adam Reach, Newcastle defender Paul Dummett and former Hartlepool Luke James.
FWA TO HONOUR DROGBA
The Football Writers’ Association are pleased to confirm Didier Drogba will be honoured at the annual Gala Tribute Evening at The Savoy, London, on January 25, 2015.
Chelsea forward Drogba said: "It is an incredible honour. I have looked at the list of people who have been given this award and there are some of the most famous names in football on it.
FWA National Golf Day, Sept 29This year's FWA National Golf Day, again generously sponsored by Vauxhall, returns to the beautiful Stoke Park in Buckinghamshire on Monday September 29.
Reception and bacon butties from 9.30am, tee off times will be from around 11am, with late afternoon prize giving buffet meal.
The format will follow previous years with teams of four, stableford format with best two scores on each hole counting to the team prize. There is also an individual competition for FWA members.
Suarez Humbled by FWA AccoladePictures: Action Images
Luis Suarez came full circle when he was voted the Footballer of the Year for 2014 by the Football Writers' Association, who recognised the rehabilitation and dedication of the Liverpool forward.
MOURINHO HONOURED ON SPECIAL NIGHT AT SAVOYPhotography: Action Images
The Special One became The Perfect One as Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was honoured at a star-studded Football Writers' Association gala tribute evening at the Savoy in London.