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Aaron lands PFA Award

Posted on 2 April 2009  - 12:00

Aaron Lennon has won the PFA Fans' Player of the Month Award for March.

Aaron lands PFA Award

Aaron Lennon has won the PFA Fans' Player of the Month Award for March.

The winger, in flying form of late, has had a month to remember with two goals against Middlesbrough - the first time he'd scored twice in a game for us - before setting up Luka Modric's winner against Chelsea.

His performance against United full-back Patrice Evra in the Carling Cup Final on March 1 also caught the eye and his month was crowned by a recall to the senior England squad and his first caps for two years with starts against Slovakia and last night's World Cup qualifying win against Ukraine.

'Azza' fought off competition from Arsenal's Robin van Persie for the award with the likes of Liverpool pair Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard and Chelsea's Didier Drogba also in the running.

THE PFA FANS PLAYER AWARDS

The PFA Fans Player Awards are the only official awards of the Professional Footballers' Association that are voted for by the fans.

Every month of the football season, four fans randomly selected from the divisional winners will:

- Personally present The PFA Fans Award to their player
- Receive an official framed photo (signed by the player)
- Two hospitality tickets to the game

There will also be runner-up prizes consisting of 4 x limited edition PFA centenary books and 40 x PFA key rings.