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    The 2005 Foot.ie awards: Results!

    The moment you've all been waiting for, or at least that's what I tell myself

    I'll post the results of the awards you all voted on in this thread. Due to time constraints, they wont be presented in a powerpoint presentation like last years awards. Instead, I'll post them in this thread. Each post will have the nominations for each award and the winner and I'll start posting them almost straight away, starting with the Best Chant nominations and winner. So in just a moment we will have the results from all of your votes and the 2005 foot.ie award presentation will begin

    For those who want to skip all of this and just want to see the winners of each award summary in list form, go straight Here
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    Best chant....

    This was an award that really spread the votes, with numerous nominations so the winner only needed a few votes going it's way. So, here's the nominations...

    "CITY - IT WASN'T OVER THE LINE..." Shels fans in the Setanta Cup match v Cork

    "We're only here to annoy you" Galway fans to a stewart

    "George O' callaghan drinks and drives" Shels fans after Georges charges

    "It's just like watching Carlisle" Cork fans to Roddy Collins himself

    "Top of the league, having a laugh" Sligo Fans

    "The Eircom League is upside down" Shamrock Rovers

    "Build me up buttercup" Again, Shamrock Rovers fans

    "OOH ARR, GRAHAM KAVANARR" Ireland away to Faroes

    "is this the way to athlone town roddy collins is bringing you down is this the way to athlone town the first division waits for you" Sung to Rovers fans

    "BSC where's your flag" Rovers fans on the infamous flag incident

    "Does your boyfriend do your hair" Derry fans to, no prizes for guessing which referee

    "5' 1" you'd like to be 5'1" to Digger the week after Wales, by Bohs fans

    "Ollie Byrne's a football hooligan" by various supporters, including Shels own ironically

    "Champions league and no Dolan" Cork fans

    "It's just like watching Carmarthen" UCD fans v Longford

    "Oriel Park is a bouncy Castle" Drogheda fans in the cup match v Dundalk

    "Go home, to yer caravan" Sligo Rovers fans signing to Galway United fans

    And the winner for the best chant of 2005 is...

    "Oriel Park is a bouncy castle" Drogheda United away to Dundalk in their first home match of the season. So spread was the voting, it only needed 3 votes to claim the prize, compared to other categorys where the winner had close to 30.

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    The second category to be announced will be...

    Best Goal

    This could include any goal scored by the international team, or any domestic match, and could be based on anything you like, it could be a tap in that is memorable for whatever reason. Again, a wide spread of votes on this one, so lots of nominations and no one pick collecting alot of votes. Anyway, the nominations are...

    Joey Ndo v Shamrock Rovers in Dalymount Park

    Clon Fortune v Sligo Rovers in the Showgrounds

    Declan O'Brien in the cup final against Cork

    Pat McCourt v Finn Harps

    Pat McCourts Second v Bray

    Paul McTirenan v Galway

    Wes Hoolahan v Drogheda

    Robbie Collins v Rovers, play off second leg

    Alan Keely Dundalk

    Pat McCourts first v Bray

    Robbie Martin v. Shelbourne, league cup semi final

    JP Kelly v Athlone in the cup

    Robbie Keane v Cyprus

    Trevor Molloy v Bohs

    Barry Molloy v Cork

    Dominic Foley v Drogheda

    Glen Crowe v Bohs, Dalymount Park

    Paul Finnucane v Dublin City

    Liam Kearney v Derry

    Andy Reid v Cyprus

    Keith Foy's V Galway, inside his own half

    Robbie Keane v Israel

    And the best goal seen in 2005 was...

    Joint winners this time, the award is split between three goals, again like the last category the winning picks collected a mere 3 votes each. Pat McCourt suffering badly from, if anything, scoring too many great goals, he would have won it outright if everyone who voted for his goals v Bray were fully behind one rather than splitting between the two of them, not to mention the goal against Harps also taking home some of the votes. As a result, the three goals in question who take home the award are...

    Joey Ndo v Shamrock Rovers
    Pat McCourt v Finn Harps
    Pat McCourt v Bray, his second goal

    McCourt as an individual took home seven votes in total.

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    And now we move on to an award with a bit less of a spread, always a favourite, it's time for the...

    Villian of 2005 award

    Not too many suprises here except two expected favourites getting only two votes between themselves, more on that later. This one produced more of a clear winner, with only the first and second placed people getting more than one vote. They got 12 and 6 respectively, can you guess who it is yet? First, the nominations...

    George O'Callaghan

    Sean Connor

    Roddy Collins

    Dan Connor

    John O'Flynn

    Don Givens

    Olly Byrne

    Dominic Foley

    Pat Dolan

    Tony Maguire

    John Delaney

    Paul McKeon

    Dermot Keeley

    Stephen O'Brien

    Felix Healy

    And the winner of the probably not too desirable 2005 foot.ie villian of the year award is...

    Roddy Collins

    Not too many suprises in the winner, the person in second with 6 votes was George O'Callaghan. The real suprises came elsewhere, it wasn't until the 17th vote that Olly Byrne got his sole vote, and not until the 22nd vote that Pat Dolan got his sole vote. John Delaney only taking home one vote could also be considered a suprise, but the winner was anything but. He's never been relegated you know, and he takes home another trophy which will sit nicely beside the All Ireland he'll have within the next 3-4 years.

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    And now that we've had the villian, can you guess what's coming next?

    Hero(es) of 2005

    A less obvious winner here and more of a spread, but again most people here only picked up a single vote. Only three people here picked up more in fact, so here's the nominations, you may notice certain people cropping up again...

    Jim Crawford

    Alan Murphy

    Gavin Whelan

    Pat Dolan

    Joey Ndo

    Joe Gamble

    Rafael Cretaro

    Roy O'Donovan

    Pat Deans

    Dermot Keeley

    400 club

    Shay Given

    Damien Richardson

    Roddy Collins

    Roy Keane

    Jimmy Aggrey

    Paul Marney

    George O'Callaghan

    Damien Richardson

    Kevin Doyle

    Keith Foy

    Sean Dillion

    Stephen Kenny

    Dave Rogers

    So Pat Dolan, as much as he's always been a lifelong fan of the villian of the year award, is seen here on this list too, showing the contrasts in opinion people have on the man. Anyway...

    The 2005 foot.ie hero of the year is...

    Not so much Hero, but Heroes, as Shamrock Rovers own 400 club take home the gold.

    Rovers may have gone down but the fans assuming control of the club is still a source of hope for them, and again it's not too big a suprise that the 400 club have also taken over this award. The joint second and third placed goes to Joey Ndo and Shay Given, with the rest of the people picking up just the one vote.

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    And from people, to moments, starting with...

    The worst moment of 2005

    This could include anything from the domestic league to the international team, so again a lot of nominations and a variety of things nominated, but two things were way ahead of the rest in terms of votes. Anyway, here's the nominations...

    George O'Callaghans dive to get Dave Crawley sent off

    Galway loseing 4-1 to Sligo Rovers

    Droghedas preformance away to Finn Harps

    Daryl Murphy signing for Sunderland

    Shels loseing to Linfield in the Setanta Cup final

    Kevin Doyle going to Reading for next to nothing

    The Switzerland game and Ireland not reaching the 2006 world cup

    Drawing with Dundalk with the worst possible mistake from a goalkeeper ever

    Rovers going down

    The Belfield referee delayed match shambles

    Final whistle last game of the season when Bohs lost 3-0 to Shels and the pitch invasions and missle throwing of the same game

    Bray loseing the cup semi to Drogheda

    Longford v Carmarthen

    Drogheda winning the FAI cup

    Derrys winner in the Brandywell agaisnt Shels

    watching Limerick FC ‘s new chairman repeatedly make an ass of himself in public

    Drogheda loseing 3-2 to Bohs

    Loseing Keith Foy to Sligo

    Longford postponing Derrys first home game of the season because of Paisleys call up

    Finn Harps going down

    No prizes for guessing which 'worst moment' nomation was also a strong contender in the 'best moment' award coming up soon. Anyway, lets have the winner...

    The worst moment in all of 2005 was...

    As I said, two nomations were way ahead of the rest in terms of votes, and in fact ultimately could not be split. So the joint winners are...

    The Switzerland game and Ireland not reaching the 2006 world cup
    And...
    Longford v Carmarthen

    Rovers going down was next in line in terms of votes, than Doyle to Reading, the rest only getting one vote between them. So both winners come from embarassment against international opposition and both will unfortunately live long in the memory.

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    And so, straight into...

    The best moment of 2005

    Again, any moment domestic of abroad was up here, so again, lots of different nominations, though this one was more than just a two horse race. Anyway, here's the nominations...

    Shels dominating Glentoran away from home

    Galway signing Alan Murphy

    O'Briens goal v Cork in the cup final/Drogheda winning the cup

    Cork v Derry, specifically Kearneys goal

    Sligo getting promoted

    1-0 up at half time in the first leg of the playoff against Rovers and the PA starts blaring out “I predict a riot”

    Dublin City winning promotion/Rovers going down

    400 club taking over Rovers

    UCDs come back in the league cup semi, Robbie Martins goal

    The Belfield referee delayed match shambles

    Bray beating Bohs 3-1, last game of the season

    Launch of the NLSA

    The Judas display the first Shels game at Dalymount Park

    Dundalk v Drogheda

    Limericks opener drawing a crowd of 2,000

    Best moment was being vindicated at the assertion that the international team was full off uncommitted laze bags.

    Bray finishing 7th

    Sligo knocking Pats out of the cup

    Carmarthen home

    Stephen O'Flynns goal home to Longford for Derry

    Cork stopping Derry winning the league

    Glen Crowe scoring the winner against Bohs volleying home from the judas sign on the pitch

    And so, Rovers going down was many peoples best and worst moment of 2005, unsuprisingly not many nominations for the boys in green on this front. To the winner...

    The best moment in all of the year of 2005 was...

    A clear winner this time, the most hated man in Corks goal v Derry City and the resulting long awaited City league win narrowly takes home the award here. A fantastic last game of the season was finally put to rest by Kearney, and Cork went on to celebrate the title.

    One vote short was a similar moment for Drogheda fans, with Fabios goal in the cup final and the cup final win narrowly missing out and joint second with Dublin City going up/Rovers going down. The 400 club taking over Rovers was next.

    The big suprise was the NLSA launch only got a single vote.

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    And now onto the team/invidual awards. Much less spread here in most of them and some very closely faught awards. This is a typical example....

    Most improved team of 2005

    There was only ever going to be one of two winners here really, and that's reflecting in the fact there's only four nominations, they are...

    Derry City

    Kilkenny City

    Sligo Rovers

    Drogheda United

    No prixes for guessing the winner was one of the top two. In fact, they took home 28 of the 32 votes in this category, though in the end a clear winner emerged

    The most improved team in 2005

    Derry City

    Ultimately they won by a fairly healthy margin, and their unexpected title challenge taking Cork down to the last day plus league cup win was always going to see to this. So more honours for the class of 2005 up in Derry, it will be interesting to see if they can take it to the next level in 2006. Kilkenny took home second place after a remarkable turnaround by, then, Pat Scullys men, Sligo third.

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    Some individual awards now...

    Best defender of 2005

    Colm Tresson

    Danny Murphy

    Dan Murray

    Alan Bennett

    Peter Hutton

    Owen Heary

    Dave Rogers

    John Frost

    Clive Delaney

    Cork and Derry built their title challenge on their defence, with 3 of Corks back four up for best defender and two of Derrys, they dominate this category. Shels also have two nominations, with one each for Pats and Bray, but it's a real indication of the strenght Cork had at the back. The only suprise is Horgan wasn't nominated.

    And so, the best defender over the course of 2005 is...

    Peter Hutton

    This one was very close, with the leader constantly changing hands but eventually pizza takes it home. Corks defence here almost suffered from being too strong as alot of votes were spread between their nominations, but nobody will really argue with Hutton taking home the award, he was a class act at the back and a real foundation for the Derry team to be built on.

    Second place and narrowly missing out was Dan Murray, joint third went to full backs Owen Heary and Danny Murphy.

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    With a defence built around Hutton, who out of all of the talent in the league would you have in front?

    Best Mid fielder over the 2005 season

    Gavin Whelan

    Joe Gamble

    Pat McCourt

    Wesley Hoolahan

    George O'Callaghan

    Liam Kearney

    Joey Ndo

    Paul Crowley

    Ciaran Martyn

    Again, Cork dominateing this award with three of their mid field 4 up for nomination, showing how highly rated their team is as invidiuals. But this counting against the Leesiders last time out, so who will take home the award this time?

    The best mid fielder over the 2005 season was...

    Joe Gamble

    A bigger winning margin this time, and real credit to Joe to win with two others from his own mid field in contentionm but Gamble added the steel needed beside O'Callaghans guile and really helped push Cork on where before they were a little light in mid field.

    Second place also to Leeside, his mid field partner George O'Callaghan. Third split between Rovers and Derry with Pat McCourt.

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    But who to put away the chances?

    Best striker over the 2005 season

    A quick glance at the goal scoring charts would tell you there was only going to be two winners here, and that's how it's turned out to be. There was only three nominations, and the third nomination got only the one nominating vote, so really it was between the first two, but here's the nominations...

    Mark Farren

    Jason Byrne

    Pat McCourt

    Making McCourt the only person to get nominated in two positions here. But who took it home?

    The best striker over the 2005 season...

    Jason Byrne

    To add to his third successive golden boot in three Shelbourne seasons, Byrne is again top dog as far as strikers is concerned, but Farren ran him close here and in terms of goals scored. The leader changed hands constantly until Byrne opened up an ultimately comfortable winning margin. Farren took home second and by default McCourt gets another bronze.

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    With a team of invidiauls though, you need someone to hold them together. Who would be the man in the dugout?

    The best manager over the 2005 season

    Less clear cut here, so straight to the nominations...

    Stephen Kenny

    Pat Scully

    Pat Fenlon

    Damien Richardson

    Sean Connor

    Paul Doolin

    So, the cup winner, the league winner, the league cup winner and the division one winner all nominated and Pat Scully too, who's turnaround in fortune with Kilkenny was nothing short of amazing. But which one takes home the only gold they really wanted?

    The best manager over 2005 was...

    Stephen Kenny

    Probably not too suprising, but his winning margin was still impressive, with him having nearly four times the votes of second placed Richardson. Two big suprises here, one was Richardson didn't recieve a single vote until the 17th nomination in this category! Second, was Scully only got two votes in total, though that was enough to see him claim third.

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    We've had the good, now it's time for the bad and the downright pugly...

    Total donkey of 2005

    Not one for the mantlepeice...Here's the list of shame...

    George O'Callaghan

    Monaghan Uniteds entire team

    Dave Crawley

    Rodney Jack

    Stephen Brennan

    Trevor Molloy

    Jimmy Aggrey

    Pat Deans

    Martin Cameron

    Mark Rooney

    Roddy Collins

    Robbie Dunne

    Sean Cooney

    Thomas Morgan

    Richie Baker

    Dan Connor

    Jason Gavin

    Glen Crowe

    David O'Dowd

    Dundalk FC

    Declan Boyle

    Ian Rossiter

    Fingers crossed all round I'm sure...

    The Total Donkey of 2005 was...

    Jimmy Aggrey

    Who else!? The Eircom Leagues Titus Bramble taking home the only thing approaching an award he will get near after his brief but all too memorable spell in Ireland.

    Roddy Collins probably won a few fans by taking Rovers down, enough so that he will have to settle for second here, joint with Dave Crawley.

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    From total donkey, to the not altogether more desirable...

    Most disappointing performer of 2005

    Darragh Mcguire

    Martin Symanski

    Trevor Molloy

    Glen Crowe

    Eric Lavine

    Pat Deans

    Alan Moore

    Andy Myler

    James Keddy

    Willo McDonagh

    Stephen McGuinness

    Dave Crawley

    Roddy Collins

    Shamrock Rovers

    Robbie Hedderman

    Sean Kelly

    Finn Harps

    One, very very clear winner here. You probably already know

    The most disappointing performer of 2005...

    Glen Crowe

    He raced away from the opposition here in a way he seemingly did not manage at all in the 2005 season, with a pretty spectacular winning margin. Second place also resides in Tolka Park and with a fellow Irish International, Alan Moore, though he must share it with Trevor Molloy.

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    Before the final stretch of awards, we have the...

    Best save of 2005

    This one was a three horse race really, but quite a few nominations, and here they are.

    Alan Gough v Dundalk

    Packie Holden v Derry City

    Michael Devine v Prague

    Shay Given v Cyprus

    Michael Devine away to Djurgardens

    Shay Given v France, Zidanes free kick

    Barry Murphy v Shels

    Forde v Cork

    Stephen O'Brien penalty save v Hunt of Bohs

    Shay Given v Israel

    Chris O'Connor v Newcastle

    David Forde v Longford, league cup semi

    And the best save of 2005 goes to...

    Shay Given

    As our campaign progressed, Given became our most talked about player which frankly said it all, but he usually came up with the goods and so he takes home the best save award. Joint second went to Michael Devine in Prague and Barry Murphys stunning save in Tolka Park from Jason Byrne for Rovers. The rest recieved only their nominating vote.

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    And so, it's the final stretch, the important categorys really start now, though we're starting with the award that captured the population of foot.ies imagination the least, taking home the least amount of votes. But still...

    The division one young player of the year award

    Here's the nominations...

    Keith Foy

    Barry Moran

    Phillip Sheppard

    Faz Kudozovic

    Robbie Kelleher

    Tadgh Purcell

    And the 2005 young player of the year is...

    They all are! Every single person taking home only the one vote, with a mere 6 votes in the entire category. This makes them all joint winners...

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    But what of the top flight?

    The premier division young player of the year award

    Alot more interest in this one it's fair to say....Here's the nominations

    Joe Gamble

    Killian Brennan

    Liam Kearney

    David Tyrrell

    Mark Farren

    Paddy McCourt

    Gary Dicker

    JP Kelly

    Roy O'Donnoavan

    Barry Murphy

    Gavin Whelan

    Chris O'Connor

    Dean Delaney

    This one was alot closer, right to the end it was between four people and the lead was constantly changing hands, so who takes it home?

    The 2005 EL Premier young player of the year is...

    Another joint winner, though not all of them this time, it's split between two men represnting the first and second teams in the league.

    Liam Kearney
    Pat McCourt

    Then came another Leesider, O'Donnavan, and then another Derry man, Mark Farren, showing the foundation of their title challenging sides was a young one, and that bodes well for them. All four were in contention right to the end.

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    But what of all ages? Back to the first division again....

    The First Division player of the year award

    The nominations are...

    Ger McCarthy

    Kieran O'Reilly

    Paul McTirenan

    Ciaran O Reilly

    Aidan Price

    David McGill

    Michael McNamara

    A Price

    Kupono Low

    Sean Flannery

    This one was far less competitive than the last one with one clear winner, but who is it?

    The 2005 first division player of the year is...

    Kieran O'Reilly, a huge winning margin for him here.

    The distant runners up award was shared between Paul McTirenan and Kupono Low

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    Three awards exclusive to the boys in green now before we get to the big one, starting off with...

    Best uncapped Irish player

    Not too many nominations here and really, a clear winner and most of you probably already know who that is. But here's the nominations...

    Wesley Hoolahan

    Kevin Doyle

    Joey O'Brien

    Stephen Ireland

    Owen Heary

    Noel Hunt

    Lee Trundle

    So three ex eircom leaguers and one current one amoung the votes, but who takes it home?

    The best uncapped Irish player

    Kevin Doyle

    Never really in question, robbed from Cork by Reading for next to nothing and how they have benefitted. He's taking the first division (championship my arse) by storm since signing for Reading and is all set to be a premiership player next year, having spent the start of 2005 scoring freely for Cork City in the start of their title winning campaigin, something which earned him a championship medal to add to the one more than likely heading his way in june.

    Ex Shels man Wes Hoolahan comes in second place, current Shels player Owen Heary completes a hat trick of sorts for the EL with the bronze.

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    A few from the last one will fancy their chances here...

    International young player of the year

    This was based on performances for any Irish team from u21 down, so who's in contention?

    Kevin Doyle

    Eddie Nolan

    Paddy McCarthy

    Willo Flood

    Joey O'Brien

    Aiden McGeady

    Stephen Ireland

    Roy O'Donnavan

    Darren Potter

    Will it be a double for Doyle or will someone else claim the crown?

    The 2005 Irish international young player of the year award

    Kevin Doyle

    A double for Doyle indeed, another huge winning margin for him too for that matter. Current Cork City man Roy O'Donnavan takes the silver, the rest share bronze with one vote each, emphasising the dominance of Kevin Doyle in this category.

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