Bukayo Saka has been named as England’s Player of the Year 21/22 and was presented with his award at a rather different type of press conference.

Bukayo Saka wins England Player of the Year [photo via @England]
Bukayo Saka wins England Player of the Year [photo via @England]
Bukayo Saka has been named England men’s Player of the Year 21/22 in an announcement that has irritated many fans of other clubs, a decent number of whom seem to a little bit racist, too.

Saka has now made a total of 18 appearances for Englans, scoring four and assisting fur since he made his debut, aged 19 years, 1 month and 3 days, in October 2020.

Saka is expected to be in action on Friday evening when England play Italy in the UEFA Nations League.

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