Leeds United utility player Stuart Dallas has been rewarded for a fantastic season after he won the players’ player of the season Award at his club earlier this week. The Northern Ireland player was the big winner at the end-of-the-season award ceremony at Leeds United.


Northern Ireland international Dallas was a key player for Leeds United as they sealed a place in the top nine at the end of the just concluded Premier League campaign. Dallas was the only Leeds United player that started all the 38 league games this season. He played in many positions for his team over the course of the season.

Dallas played as a right-back, as a left-back, on the wings and as a central midfielder in the league this season. He scored eight goals for Leeds United in 38 league outings.

Northern Ireland international Dallas also won the fans’ player of the season award and the goal of the season award. Dallas won the goal of the season for his goal against Premier League champions Manchester City.

Dallas scored twice for Leeds United as they secured an impressive 2-1 away win over Manchester City with ten men after skipper Liam Cooper was sent off shortly after the opening goal from Northern Ireland player Dallas. Manchester City forward Ferran Torres equalised for the hosts in the final quarter of the game before Dallas stunned the Citizens in added time when they went in search of a second goal that will give them a comeback win over Leeds United.

Northern Ireland national team manager Ian Baraclough has named Dallas in his 25-man squad for the international friendlies with Malta and Ukraine next week and the Leeds United star could lead his country out for the two games in the absence of skipper Steven Davis and Leicester City player Jonny Evans.