Monday, February 27, 2012

Skrtel and Cech wins Player of The Year 2012

Bratislava - a great performance during the defense of Liverpool's Martin Skrtel and Slovakia makes it rewarded the award Player of The Year 2012 in the country. Meanwhile, despite appearing inconsistent, Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech also won a similar award from the country, the Republic Ceska.

The award is not the first time for Skrtel. Reporting from FIFA on Tuesday (2/28/2012), known as a tough central defender who is never won a similar award in 2007 and 2008, so that it becomes a third award for him.

27-year-old players beat Napoli, Marek Hamsik, and Genoa, Juraj Kucka in voting election Player of the Year in Slovakia. This bald-headed players have joined Liverpool in 2008 and recently joined bring the Reds won the Carling Cup on Sunday.

Neighboring Slovakia, the Republic Ceska also held a similar award. The award-winning Player of the Year in the Republic Ceska none other than the goalkeeper Petr Cech who is the primary English team, Chelsea.

Cech has won this award previously in 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010, bringing the total Cech has won the award five times. For this year, in a vote-winning election to get rid of Cech successful VfL Wolfsburg players, Petr Jiracek and Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky.


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