Alternative team of the season

by Mystical Mike

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011
 

GK Ben Foster Birmingham
One of the only reasons Birmingham aren’t in the bottom three. Foster has been consistent all season pulling a few worldy’s along the way.

LB Leighton Baines Everton
An exceptional season for the leagues best left back. Baines has added free kicks & penalties to his already impressive Arsenal of weapons, which include a beautiful left foot capable of delivering pinpoint crosses. Moyes will do well to keep him.

CB Christopher Samba Blackburn
Samba almost signed for Arsenal in January. A big mistake by Wenger as Samba has been superb ever since. A giant of a man with pace, power and an eye for goal.

CB Gary Cahill Bolton
The most talked about defender of the season. Made his England start against Ghana in March. Cahill is a smooth operator, very composed on the ball. A big move beckons.

RB Séamus Coleman Everton
Spent most of last season on loan at Blackpool. Coleman is one of the finds of the season. Possess exceptional pace. Can also play in midfield.

LF Matthew Etherington Stoke City
One of the Premier leagues most under rated players. Etherington is your classic old skool no nonsense winger. His crossing is a big part of Stokes game.

CM Kevin Nolan Newcastle
Nolan must be up there in the all time list of fantasy league point’s scorers. Another superb season scoring 12 goals from midfield.

CM Scott Parker West Ham
Player’s player of the season, few would doubt this accolade. Parker has been outstanding in a very, very poor West Ham side. A big money move waits.

CM Cheik Tiote Newcastle
The bargain of the season. Tiote reminds me of Michael Essien when he was good. Remarkable engine, reads the game very well. Again, the bigger clubs will be sniffing for his signature.

RF Charles N’Zogbia Wigan
The Frenchman quite fancied himself as a top 4 player, this season he has walked and the talked the talk. If Wigan do stay up it will be down to his creativity, goals and link up play.

CF P. Odemwingie West Brom
15 goals in 32 games, impressive stats from the Nigerian who has single handily guided West Brom to a potential top half finish.

Manager Tony Pulis Stoke
Despite losing their first three games, with some appalling referee decisions go against them, Stoke have once again secured a top half finish. Lets not forget an FA Cup final to look forward too also.

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  • Rob Pullinger

    Charlie Adams blackpool

  • dexylongshot

    Gotta agree with most of that.

    Adam would probably make the top 11 in his position this season.

    Samba was outstanding this year, the man is a beast!!

  • http://www.ukfootballfinder.co.uk Mystical Mike

    Samba is exactly who Arsenal need. A no messing hard nut defender

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