Australian Football Media Association Player of the Year

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The Australian Football Media Association Player of the Year award (also known as the Australian Football Media Association MVP award) is an award for the Australian Football League (AFL) given by the Australian Football Media Association (AFMA). It has been awarded annually since 1973, with the exception of 2003, when no award was given.

Winners[edit]

Season Recipient(s) Club(s)
1973 George Bisset[1][2] Collingwood
1974 Kevin Sheedy[1][3] Richmond
1975 Alex Jesaulenko and Brian Roberts[1][4] Carlton and South Melbourne
1976 Peter Knights[1][5] Hawthorn
1977 Don Scott[1][5] Hawthorn
1978 Malcolm Blight[1] North Melbourne
1979 Kevin Bartlett[1][3] Richmond
1980 Kelvin Templeton[1][6] Footscray
1981 Peter Moore[1][2] Collingwood
1982 Leigh Matthews[1][5] Hawthorn
1983 Wayne Schimmelbusch[1] North Melbourne
1984 Terry Daniher[1] Essendon
1985 Simon Beasley[1][6] Footscray
1986 Paul Roos[1] Fitzroy
1987 John Platten[1][5] Hawthorn
1988 Gerard Healy[1] Sydney
1989 Tim Watson[1] Essendon
1990 Peter Daicos[1][2] Collingwood
1991 Jim Stynes[1][7] Melbourne
1992 Jason Dunstall[1][5] Hawthorn
1993 Gary Ablett, Sr.[1][8] Geelong
1994 Greg Williams[1][4] Carlton
1995 Garry Lyon[1][7] Melbourne
1996 James Hird[1] Essendon
1997 Robert Harvey[1][9] St Kilda
1998 Wayne Carey[1] North Melbourne
1999 Shane Crawford[1][5] Hawthorn
2000 Anthony Koutoufides[1][4] Carlton
2001 Michael Voss[1] Brisbane Lions
2002 Luke Darcy[1][6] Western Bulldogs
2003 No award given[1]
2004 Nick Riewoldt[1][9] St Kilda
2005 Ben Cousins[1][10] West Coast
2006 Adam Goodes[1] Sydney
2007 Gary Ablett, Jr.[1][8] Geelong
2008 Brent Harvey[1] North Melbourne
2009 Dane Swan[2][11] Collingwood
2010 Dane Swan[12] Collingwood

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj Michael Lovett, ed. (2009). "Awards". AFL Record Season Guide 2009. The Slattery Media Group. p. 513. ISBN 978-0-9805162-6-5. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Collingwood club history". AFL Record 98 (Finals Week 3, 2009 – Second Preliminary Final, Geelong Cats v Collingwood): 69. 19 September 2009. 
  3. ^ a b "Richmond historical perspective". AFL Record 97 (Round 14, 2008 – Richmond v Carlton): 42. 27 June – 5 July 2008. 
  4. ^ a b c "Carlton club history". AFL Record 98 (Round 19, 2009 – Carlton v Geelong Cats): 38. 7–9 August 2009. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f "Hawthorn club history". AFL Record 98 (Round 17, 2009 – Geelong Cats v Hawthorn): 52. 24–26 July 2009. 
  6. ^ a b c "Western Bulldogs club history". AFL Record 98 (Finals Week 1, 2009 – Second Qualifying Final, Geelong Cats v Western Bulldogs): 69. 5 September 2009. 
  7. ^ a b "Melbourne club history". AFL Record 98 (Round 6, 2009 – Melbourne v Geelong Cats): 38. 1–3 May 2009. 
  8. ^ a b "Geelong club history". AFL Record 98 (Finals Week 3, 2009 – Second Preliminary Final, Geelong Cats v Collingwood): 57. 19 September 2009. 
  9. ^ a b "St Kilda historical perspective". AFL Record 97 (Finals Week 1, 2008 – First Qualifying Final, Geelong v St Kilda): 57. 7 September 2008. 
  10. ^ "West Coast Eagles historical perspective". AFL Record 96 (Round 5, 2007 – Richmond v West Coast Eagles): 54. 25–29 April 2007. 
  11. ^ "Media honour Swan's season". collingwoodfc.com.au. 17 September 2009. Archived from the original on 1 October 2009. Retrieved 20 September 2009. 
  12. ^ Michael Lovett, ed. (2010). "Awards". AFL Record Season Guide 2010. The Slattery Media Group. p. 557. ISBN 978-1-921778-19-3.