Wednesday, May 16, 2012

PFA Team of the Year

Joe Hart - Hart has firmly established himself as the best goalkeeper in English football with 14 clean sheets this season.

Kyle Walker - England's best young defender is Tottenham's Kyle Walker, who has duly been nominated for the PFA Young Player of the Year award.
England's longstanding worries at right-back should be shelved for another decade or so.

Kompany - Without a doubt one of the best central defenders in the world, Vincent Kompany has led City's title charge from the heart of their defence, contributing to a stellar defensive record.

Fabricio Coloccini -  has quietly gone about his task, solidifying his status as one of the Premier League's best defenders in the process. His impressive displays for the Toon Army this season have been the bedrock for Alan Pardew's successes.

Baines It's been yet another fantastic season for Everton's Leighton Baines, who has scored four goals and contributed two assists from his left-back position.

Silva - Even more impressive is David Silva, who has single-handedly been involved in 19 out of Manchester City's 85 total goals this season, with six goals scored and 13 assists.

Scott Parker  - has been a revelation for Tottenham Hotspur, and his driving, tenacious displays at the center of the Tottenham midfield have seen them compete once again for the top four—and, just a few months ago, for the top prize.

Bale - He is approaching double figures in both his goals and assists counts, and he might just be the X-factor to land Redknapp another season in the Champions League for Tottenham.

Yaya Toure - Toure has enjoyed another memorable campaign at Eastlands and is arguably now City's most influential player. When the giant Ivorian hits his stride, rampaging through the centre of the field at a frightening pace, there is very little the opposition can do to stop him. When City are struggling it is Toure they encourage to set the tempo with a driving run, while eight goals to date are testimony to an ever improving finishing ability

Rooney - Currently only trailing leading scorer Robin van Persie by three goals, Rooney has provided that much-needed spark up front for Ferguson's team to overtake their rivals at Manchester City, and is as crucial as ever to the United setup.

RVP - Completing the first team is Arsenal's strike phenom Robin van Persie, who should surely win the PFA Player of the Year award for a simply stellar season.
With 30 goals and 12 assists, which means he has contributed more than half of Arsenal's total tally this season, van Persie has brought in an even more important attribute: leadership

 What a finish! Congratulations to Manchester City, Premier League champions 2011/12 after a thrilling last minute victory over QPR.

Apa apa pon Arsenal finish in 3rd, layak secara automatik ke UCL season depan.Pat Rice pencen! QPR selamat.

Podolski dah join Arsenal, 10.9m. harap RVP stay.pengganti Arshavin season depan. Wenger suka Podolski sebut Podolski cute. hahahaha

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