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Manchester United FC Player of the Year 1988 – 2019

The Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year, previously known as the MUFC Members Player of the Year (1988–95), is an award presented to the Manchester United fans’ player of the season. The first winner of the award was Brian McClair in 1988, who also became the first player to win it twice when he won in 1992. Since then, six more players have won the award more than once, of which four have won it in consecutive seasons: Roy Keane (1999, 2000), Ruud van Nistelrooy (2002, 2003), Cristiano Ronaldo (2007, 2008) and David de Gea (2014, 2015). Ronaldo’s 2008 win made him the first player to receive the award on three occasions, having also won in 2004.

Year Winner
1988

Scotland football

Brian McClair
1989

England Football

Bryan Robson
1990

England Football

Gary Pallister
1991

Wales Football

Mark Hughes
1992

Scotland football

Brian McClair
1993

England Football

Paul Ince
1994

France Football

Eric Cantona
1995

Netherlands Football

Andrei Kanchelskis
1996

France Football

Eric Cantona
1997

England Football

David Beckham
1998

Wales Football

Ryan Giggs
1999

Ireland Football

Roy Keane
2000

Ireland Football

Roy Keane
2001

England Football

Teddy Sheringham
2002

Netherlands Football

Ruud van Nistelrooy
2003

Netherlands Football

Ruud van Nistelrooy
2004

Portugal Football

Cristiano Ronaldo
2005

Argentina Football

Gabriel Heinze
2006

England Football

Wayne Rooney
2007

Portugal Football

Cristiano Ronaldo
2008

Portugal Football

Cristiano Ronaldo
2009

Serbia Football

Nemanja Vidić
2010

England Football

Wayne Rooney
2011

Mexico Football

Javier Hernández
2012

Ecuador football

Antonio Valencia
2013

England Football

Michael Carrick
2014

Spain Football

David de Gea
2015

Spain Football

David de Gea
2016

Spain Football

David de Gea
2017

Spain Football

Ander Herrera
2018

Spain Football

David de Gea
2019

England Football

Luke Shaw

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