Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale has been named the Welsh Player of the Year for the fourth year in a row.
The Los Blancos forward won the accolade of the Football Association of Wales for the fourth year running on Tuesday night, after he enjoyed a successful 2016 with club and country.
Bale was spectacular for Wales at the 2016 UEFA European Championship, where Steve Coleman’s men reached the quarter-finals of the competitions, while he also was a part of Real’s UEFA Champions League winning side last season.
It is the sixth time the 27-year-old has won the award in total, while Joe Allen was named as Wales’ Player’s Player of the Year on Tuesday night.
Last season Bale scored 19 goals and assisted a further 15 strikes for Real, and he has again started this campaign brightly for his club.
The played has found the net seven times in 14 matches, while he has set-up a further three.
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