Congratulations from Stamford Bridge as Chelsea make three latest announcements

Chelsea Football Club have officially announced their winners for the men’s, women’s and academy player of the year awards, as they chose the winners based on their all-around statistics in the 2021-2022 campaign. Of course, the West London club suffered from many things this season, but these players dazzled impressively in all competitions. As a result, they obviously deserve the Blues’ POTY prizes.

Mason Mount has been named the Chelsea Men’s Player of the Season, as the Englishman played a significant role in the team’s performance in the Premier League. Without being sentimental, the Blues academy product single-handedly won some games for Chelsea this season, having registered 11 goals and 10 assists in the league. Statistically speaking, Mount played 52 games for Chelsea in all competitions this campaign, as he scored 13 goals and registered 16 assists. Obviously, he deserves the West London club’s POTS award, because he literally performed better than the likes of Mateo Kovacic, Thiago Silva, and Reece James.

Sam Kerr has been named the Chelsea Women’s Player of the Season, primarily because of her impact on the team’s statistics in all competitions in 2021-2022. The Australian forward helped the team in their Women’s League and FA Cup triumphs, as she outplayed many other players in the squad.

As regards the 2021-2022 campaign, Sam Kerr made 29 appearances for Chelsea’s Women, and she netted 28 goals and recorded 8 assists in all competitions. Of course, registering 36 goal contributions in 28 games isn’t a child’s play, which means the Australian striker deserves the Blues’ POTY award for the women’s team.

Lastly, Harvey Vale has been named the Chelsea’s Academy Player of the Season, having literally been the best young player in the 2021-2022 campaign. Without being sentimental, the Blues’ youth squad struggled in the Premier League 2 this season. But the 18-year-old forward helped the team’s performance.

ntal, the Blues’ youth squad struggled in the Premier League 2 this season. But the 18-year-old forward helped the team’s performance.

Statistically speaking, Harvey Vale was involved in 38 games for Chelsea Academy, which makes him irreplaceable in the squad, and he scored 9 goals and registered 5 assists. Having seen what the youth team went through this campaign, the English youngster truly deserves the club’s POTS.

Congratulations to Mason Mount, Sam Kerr and Harvey Vale

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