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Middlesbrough F.C. Player of the Year

This article lists the winners of the various Middlesbrough Football Club Player of the Year awards. Records include the official club player of the year, the official supporters' club's player of the year, and the player of the year as voted by the players themselves.

Contents

  • Middlesbrough official awards 1
    • Official player of the year 1.1
    • Young player of the year 1.2
  • Supporters' club awards 2
    • Supporters' club player of the year 2.1
    • Supporters' club young player of the year 2.2
    • Community player of the year (2003–present) 2.3
  • Players' player awards 3
    • Players' player of the year 3.1
    • Players' young player of the year 3.2
  • Other awards 4
    • Evening Gazette player of the year 4.1
  • Regional awards 5
    • North East player of the year 5.1
    • North East young player of the year 5.2
    • North East Football Writers' player of the year (1980–present) 5.3
    • North East Football Writers' young player of the year (????–present) 5.4
  • References 6

Middlesbrough official awards

Official player of the year

Year Winner Ref
1965–66 Gordon Jones
1966–67
1967–68 Richard Rooks
1968–69 Richard Rooks
1969–70 George Smith
1970–71 Gordon Jones
1971–72 Jim Platt
Stuart Boam
1972–73 Willie Maddren
1973–74 Graeme Souness
1974–75
1975–76
1976–77
1977–78 Stan Cummins
1978–79 Stuart Boam
1979–80 David Armstrong
1980–81 Jim Platt
1981–82
1982–83
1983–84
1984–85 Tony Mowbray
1985–86 Tony Mowbray
1986–87
1987–88
1988–89
1989–90
1990–91 Ian Baird
1991–92
1992–93
1993–94
1994–95
1995–96
1996–97 Juninho Paulista [1]
1997–98
1998–99 Hamilton Ricard
1999–00
2000–01
2001–02* Gareth Southgate
2002–03
2003–04 George Boateng
2004–05 Stewart Downing [2]
2005–06 Yakubu Aiyegbeni [3]
2006–07 Jonathan Woodgate
2007–08 David Wheater [4]
2008–09 Tuncay Şanlı [5]
2009–10 Barry Robson [6]
2010–11 Joe Bennett [7]
2011–12 Barry Robson [8]
2012–13 Jason Steele [9]
2013–14 George Friend [10]

Young player of the year

Year Winner Ref
1974–75 Tony McAndrew
1975–76 Stan Cummins
1991–92 Jamie Pollock
2005–06 Lee Cattermole [3]
2008–09 Matthew Bates [5]
2011–12 Jason Steele [8]
2012–13 Jason Steele [9]
2013–14 Ben Gibson [11]

Supporters' club awards

Supporters' club player of the year

Year Winner Ref
1992–93 John Hendrie
1993–94 Curtis Fleming
1996–97 Juninho Paulista [12]
1997–98 Gianluca Festa [12]
1998–99 Hamilton Ricard and
Robbie Mustoe
[12]
1999–2000 Paul Ince [12]
2000–01 Alen Bokšić [12]
2001–02 Gareth Southgate [12]
2002–03 Jonathan Greening [12]
2003–04 George Boateng [12][13]
2004–05 Bolo Zenden [12][14]
2005–06 Yakubu Aiyegbeni [12]
2006–07 Emanuel Pogatetz [12]
2007–08 Stewart Downing [4][12]
2008–09 Tuncay Şanlı [12]
2009–10 Gary O'Neil [15]
2010–11 Julio Arca [16]
2011–12 Barry Robson [17]
2012–13 Grant Leadbitter [9]
2013–14 George Friend [18]

Supporters' club young player of the year

Year Winner Ref
2003–04 Stewart Downing [12]
2004–05 Tony McMahon [12][14]
2005–06 Lee Cattermole [12]
2006–07 Andrew Taylor [12]
2007–08 David Wheater [4][12]
2008–09 Adam Johnson [12]
2009–10 Rhys Williams [15]
2010–11 Joe Bennett [16]
2011–12 Jason Steele [17]
2012–13 Josh McEachran [9]
2013–14 Ben Gibson [18]

Community player of the year (2003–present)

aka John Ovington Community Player of the Year
Year Winner Ref
2003–04 Franck Queudrue [19]
2004–05 Stewart Downing [14]
2005–06 Franck Queudrue [3]
2006–07 Lee Cattermole [20]
2007–08 David Wheater [21]
2008–09 David Wheater [12]
2009–10 Danny Coyne and
David Wheater
[15]
2010–11 Danny Coyne [16]
2011–12 Tony McMahon [17]
2012–13 George Friend [9]
2013–14 George Friend [18]

Players' player awards

Players' player of the year

Year Winner Ref
1992–93 Andy Peake
2003–04 Doriva [22]
2004–05 Stewart Downing [23]
2005–06 Chris Riggott
2006–07 Emanuel Pogatetz
2007–08 Stewart Downing [4]
2008–09 Tuncay Şanlı [5]
2009–10 Gary O'Neil [24]
2010–11 Julio Arca [7]
2011–12 Rhys Williams [8]
2012–13 George Friend [9]
2013–14 George Friend [10]

Players' young player of the year

Year Winner Ref
2003–04 Andrew Davies [22]
2004–05 Tony McMahon [23]
2007–08 David Wheater [4]
2008–09 Matthew Bates [5]
2009–10 Rhys Williams [24]
2010–11 Joe Bennett [7]
2012–13 Jason Steele [9]

Other awards

Evening Gazette player of the year

Also known as the Evening Gazette's "Star Man".
Year Winner Ref
1968–69 Eric McMordie
2003–04 George Boateng [13]
2004–05 Stewart Downing [25]
2009–10 Gary O'Neil [24]
The award went to Boateng, Greening, Southgate and Ince in the years prior to Downing in 2005.

Regional awards

North East player of the year

In 1989, the Hennessy North East Player of [the] Year award.
Since 2002, has been the Prince's Trust North East Player of the Year.
Year Winner Club Ref
1981 Jim Platt Middlesbrough
1989 Bernie Slaven Middlesbrough
2002 Alan Shearer Newcastle United [26]
2004 Gareth Southgate Middlesbrough [27]
2005 Stewart Downing Middlesbrough [28]
2006 Shay Given Newcastle United [29]
2007 Jonathan Woodgate Middlesbrough [30]
2008 Stewart Downing Middlesbrough [31]

North East young player of the year

Since 2002, has been the Prince's Trust North East Young Player of the Year.
Year Winner Club Ref
2002 Craig Bellamy Newcastle United [26]
2004 Kevin Kyle Sunderland [27]
2005 Stewart Downing Middlesbrough [28]
2006 Charles N'Zogbia Newcastle United [32]
2007 James Milner Newcastle United [30]
2008 David Wheater Middlesbrough [31]

North East Football Writers' player of the year (1980–present)

Year Winner Club Ref
1980 David Armstrong Middlesbrough [33]
1981 Jim Platt Middlesbrough [33]
1982
1983 Kevin Keegan Newcastle United [33]
1984 Kevin Keegan Newcastle United [33]
1985
1986 Peter Beardsley Newcastle United [33]
1987 David McCreery
Neil McDonald
Newcastle United [34]
1988 Tony Mowbray Middlesbrough [33]
1989 Marco Gabbiadini Sunderland [35]
1990
1991 Joe Allon Hartlepool United [36]
1992 Stephen Pears Middlesbrough [33]
1993
1994 Peter Beardsley Newcastle United [33]
1995
1996
1997 Juninho Paulista Middlesbrough [33]
1998 Paul Merson Middlesbrough [33]
1999 Niall Quinn Sunderland [33][37]
2000 Kevin Phillips Sunderland [37]
2001 Thomas Sørensen Sunderland [38]
2002 Shay Given Newcastle United [39]
2003 Alan Shearer Newcastle United [33][40]
2004 Gareth Southgate Middlesbrough [33][41]
2005 Stewart Downing Middlesbrough [33][42]
2006 Shay Given Newcastle United [43]
2007 Nyron Nosworthy
Dean Whitehead
Sunderland [34]
2008 David Wheater Middlesbrough [33]
Bryan 'Pop' Robson won the award for Sunderland, year unknown.[37]
Kevin Keegan and Peter Beardsley both won the award prior to 2004.[41]
David Armstrong, Jim Platt, Tony Mowbray, Stephen Pears, Juninho Paulista and Paul Merson all won the award for Middlesbrough since 1980.[33]

North East Football Writers' young player of the year (????–present)

Year Winner Club Ref
2008 David Wheater Middlesbrough [33]
2013 Jason Steele Middlesbrough [44]

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