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MOOY NAMED AUSTRALIAN PFA’S FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR

7 December 2016

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Midfielder nets award at Melbourne ceremony

- Aaron Mooy wins Australian PFA award
- Man City loanee named Player of the Year for 2015/16
- Aaron: "I’m very thankful for the support of my family through the good times and bad"

The 2016 Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) Players’ Awards recognised Aaron Mooy for his outstanding form during the 2015/16 season this week.

Aaron Mooy was named the Australian PFA’s Footballer of the Year award; an accolade voted on all by all of the PFA’s male members. He joins several notable previous winners in Tim Cahill, Mile Jedinak and Mark Schwarzer as a PFA Footballer of the Year after his remarkable 2015/16 seasonv with Melbourne City and the Socceroos award.

“To join the likes of Mark Schwarzer and Tim Cahill is an honour and one I am proud of,” said Mooy.

“To be chosen by the players makes this award very special.

“I’m very thankful for the support of my family through the good times and bad, my teammates and all the players who voted for me. It was a great year for me and I’m very proud to have been named the player of the year.”

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