Alternative football season awards: Tim Sherwood's gilet, Alan Pardew's head AND mouth and a 'specialist in failure' - who prevails in the alternative end-of-season awards?
BT Sport's Life's a Pitch take another look at the highlights of the football season
As is customary at the end of the season, awards are being dished out left, right and centre, with Liverpool’s Luis Suarez and Southampton’s Adam Lallana popping up more often than most others.
But what about those that have gone under the radar that deserve recognition, or the characters that made the season far more enjoyable due to their slip of the tongue?
Here, we bring you the end of season awards from BT Sport's nightly football show Life's a Pitch, featuring the likes of Gary Lineker, Jose Mourinho and Tim Sherwood’s now famous gilet.
But who will prevail in the hottest new categories tweet fashion statement, we thought they were good and quote of the season awards?
Click below to find out.
Do you agree with the winners? Leave your thoughts in the comment box below.
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