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VOTE: La Liga 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.

While many have complained that the La Liga is too predictable, this season (again) proved to be different with three of the biggest clubs in the country and in Europe competing right till the end for a chance at the Spanish crown. Barcelona dominated from the start but stumbled, Atletico’s defensive solidity kept them going while Real struggled and suddenly saw themselves pick up and now we find ourselves with each of these three on par.

Here are the previous La Liga End of Season award winners.

Midfielder2014-15JamesReal MadridColombia
Forward2013-14RonaldoReal MadridPortugal
#TalentRadar Young Player2014-15GayaValenciaSpain
#TalentRadar Young Player2013-14KokeAtleticoSpain
Player2013-14RonaldoReal MadridPortugal

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