Link to vote: https://forms.gle/6M95ZtpSJP9PiYqa9
At the start of this Singapore Premier League season, we decided to do an unofficial team of the week series, honouring the best-performing players of the week. After 18 Game Weeks and 21 Matchdays, many players have been featured in our weekly edition, so we felt it is only fitting that we select the best players of the season for our very own SoccerKakis SPL Team of the Season.
Usually, the Football Association of Singapore gets players and head coaches to select who they believe should comprise the team of the season, but we wanted to see what the fans think. So we’re letting fans have a huge say on who they believe should be in the Soccerkakis Team Of The Season.
The selection criteria will be broken down as follows:
Fan’s Vote: 50%
No. of Appearances on the weekly TOTW and honourable mentions: 30%
Writers Selection: 20%
Those who vote will stand to win attractive prizes, so long as they either follow the SoccerKakis Facebook page and/or Instagram. So, follow us on our socials and please fill in your Instagram handle or FB profile name in the survey for a chance to win some prizes! The players selected, of course, will also be graced with a trophy honouring their place in the inaugural Soccerkakis Team Of The Season.
Voting closes on 21st October, so do make sure you cast your vote because every vote counts!
Besides the Team Of The Season, there are other awards that we intend to dish out to players, but we’ll save that for another date, so stay tuned because we do need your vote for that as well!
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