Poll: who do you think should be named Ireland's top international player of the year?

It’s one of Robbie Keane, Richard Dunne and Keith Andrews.

THE FAI HAVE announced the nominations for the 22nd International Football Awards.

The ceremony, which will take place on Sunday at RTÉ’s studios at 8.00pm, will be broadcast live.

So ladies and gentlemen, in a year in which Ireland are preparing for a first major tournament in a decade, here are your nominees for the Senior International Player of the Year Award; skipper, Robbie Keane, hero of Moscow, Richard Dunne and West Brom’s new signing, Keith Andrews.

Simon Cox, Darren O’Dea and Seamus Coleman have all been shortlisted for the Young Player of the Year Award, meanwhile.

Fresh from his recent international call-up, Sunderland’s former Derry City winger James McClean has been nominated in the Airtricity League Player of the Year Award along with Tehran derby star and former Candystripes team-mate Eamon Zayed and Shamrock Rovers’ Partizan Belgrade goal hero, Pat Sullivan.

So, who do you think should win the senior award?

Poll Results:

Richard Dunne (189)
Robbie Keane (31)
Keith Andrews (12)

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