Genk winger Mike Trésor has just been voted Pro Footballer of the Year by his Jupiler League peers. The Burundian-born player won the award by a landslide. He scored 168 points in the voting system. Union St-Gilloise's Teddy Teuma came second with 129 points.
Finally, Nigeria's Victor Boniface rounded off the trio. He scored a total of 90 points. This is a second disappointment for the player. This follows the loss of the title on the final day of the championship at the weekend. Still, he can take solace in the fact that he was included in the Europa League's starting line-up.