The final day of the Barclays Premier League served as a brutal reminder of how dramatic and traumatic English football can be.
Here’s my choice of the Best Of The Best over the course of the entire season.
Goalkeeper: Joe Hart – The Man City shot stopper earned the medal his performances have desrved. Dependable, reliable, aassured and didn’t lose concentration for a moment.
Right Back: Kyle Walker – An impressive first season in the Premiership. A great exponent of modern full back play looking as comfortable around the oppsoing penaly area as his own.
Centre Back: Vincent Kompany – Colossal at the back all season long. The player of the season and surely the first name on the City team sheet.
Centre Back: Johnny Evans – Came of age in the second part of the season producing a string of wonderful performances. Had he not been injured for the second Manchester Derby the final league table may have had a different name at its peak.
Left Back: Leighton Baines – Solid at the back and has demonstated a great ability to read the game this campagin. Also demonstrated his crossing and set pieces capabilities throughout.
Midfield: Scott Parker – Some brilliant defensive midfield displays saw Spurs heading back to the Champions League. A spell as England captain proves both his form and reputation.
Midfield: David Silva – A relatively quiet second half of the season hasn’t detracted from a first half of the season when the Spaniard was almost unplayable.
Midfield: Paul Scholes – Returned in January and made an instant impact playing as well as ever. Effortlessly controlled the pace of games.
Attack: Robin Van Persie – The League’s top scorer has almost single-handly ensured Champions League football remains a fixtue at the Emirates. Some spectular goals to boot.
Attack: Sergio Aguero – Scored argubably the most dramtic goal in the history of the Premiership yesterday. Superb for the first half of the season and the return of Tevez saw the Argentine return to form.
Attack: Demba Ba – A change of position has seen the goals dry up of late but he’s still racked up an immpresive number of goals and do
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