Salah the first Liverpool player to win PFA on his debut season
The Pharaoh was awarded Player of the Year by the votes of all Premier League players on Sunday night April 22, after firing 31 goals in the top flight.
Terry McDermott was the first player to claim the award from Liverpool, he was followed by the two strikers of the golden generation as Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush triumphed with the title in two successive seasons.
John Barnes won it in the late 80s, before Steven Gerrard became the first player to win the trophy for the Reds in the Premier League era.
Luis Suarez was the last Liverpool player to win PFA before Salah and it was back in 2013/14 season.
Chelsea’s N’Golo Kanté also managed to walk victorious with the award on his debut season.
Salah is three games away from ending the season with another award, the Golden Boot, as he is also one goal away from becoming the best goal scorer in the history of the 38 games Premier League.
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