Wayne Rooney, Cesc Fábregas, Didier Drogba and Carlos Tévez are the finalists for the Professional Footballers Association Player of the Year for 2009/10. Last season the players ridiculously chose Ryan Giggs as the Player of the Year so this year at least the brilliant minds of the Premier League have at least picked out four players having wonderful and meaningful seasons. Rooney will certainly be the favorite as his scoring prowess has been unleashed in leading the league in scoring. Fábregas has also had a fantastic season and carried Arsenal most of the way through this injury-plagued campaign. Drogba has found renewed purpose this year and has been completely unstoppable at times. But the choice of this space is Tévez. After his unceremonious exit from Old Trafford after last season’s low-output campaign, Tévez has been the biggest addition of all the major acquisitions at Eastlands. His creativity and scoring have vaulted City into the top four and perhaps into the Champions League. While his numbers aren’t quite as good as Rooney’s, Tévez is the most important player of this season in the Premier League.