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VOTE: Bundesliga End of Season Awards 2015-16

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For the third successive year, Outside of the Boot recognises the individuals who stood above & beyond the rest in their respective leagues. With Europe’s top five leagues the focus of our End of Season Awards, we pick out the best players across their respective positions, the best manager, the exceptional Talent Radar young player, and of course the sole man standing above the rest.

For this, we ask YOU – the readers – to share your opinion from the shortlists made by the editorial team. Your votes, combined with that of the editorial team, will recognise those that have deserved the recognition for the performances in the preceding 10 months.

Bayern Munich, as expected, continue to lead the Bundesliga but Dortmund’s resurrection, coupled with the fall of usual Champions League spot challengers has made for an interesting season. With some sides being within a chance of getting into Europe, and mathematically also having the possibility of getting relegated.

Here are the previous Bundesliga End of Season award winners.

AwardSeasonPlayer/ManagerClubNationality
Manager2014-15FavreGladbachSwitzerland
Manager2013-14GuardiolaBayernSpain
Goalkeeper2014-15NeuerBayernGermany
Goalkeeper2013-14NeuerBayernGermany
Defender2014-15BoatengBayernGermany
Defender2013-14LahmBayernGermany
Midfielder2014-15De BruyneWolfsburgBelgium
Midfielder2013-14ReusDortmundGermany
Forward2014-15LewandowskiBayernPoland
Forward2013-14LewandowskiDortmundPoland
Young Player2014-15CalhanogluLeverkusenTurkey
Young Player2013-14AlabaBayernAustria
Player2014-15De BruyneWolfsburgBelgium
Player2013-14ReusDortmundGermany

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