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Go on then, end of season awards are coming up rapidly and the PFA player of the year is a shoe in for Suarez this season so how about we predict teams and laugh at the person who got the most wrong.  

 

Here's mine. I'll go with the usual 4-4-2 the PFA always pick even though no teams actually play it these days:

 

GK:  De Gea (Manchester United) 

 

LB: Azpilicueta (Chelsea)

CB: Skrtel (Liverpool)

CB: Terry (Chelsea)

RB: Coleman (Everton) 

 

LM: Lallana (Southampton)

CM: Toure (Manchester City)

CM: Gerrard (Liverpool)

RM: Hazard (Chelsea)

 

ST: Sturridge (Liverpool)

ST: Suarez (Liverpool)

 

 

 

That's who I think will be in, not who I want to be in.  I'd be tempted to bring in Marshall (Cardiff) in goals ahead of De Gea, but you know, Manchester United have to have at least one player in the team of the year.  Skrtel gets in just because he has scored so many goals and Liverpool are having a great season.  I'm fairly confident that the midfield and strikeforce will look like that even though you could argue Hazard and Lallana would both play down the same side. 

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Go on then, end of season awards are coming up rapidly and the PFA player of the year is a shoe in for Suarez this season so how about we predict teams and laugh at the person who got the most wrong.  

 

Here's mine. I'll go with the usual 4-4-2 the PFA always pick even though no teams actually play it these days:

 

GK:  De Gea (Manchester United) 

 

LB: Azpilicueta (Chelsea)

CB: Skrtel (Liverpool)

CB: Terry (Chelsea)

RB: Coleman (Everton) 

 

LM: Lallana (Southampton)

CM: Toure (Manchester City)

CM: Gerrard (Liverpool)

RM: Hazard (Chelsea)

 

ST: Sturridge (Liverpool)

ST: Suarez (Liverpool)

 

 

 

That's who I think will be in, not who I want to be in.  I'd be tempted to bring in Marshall (Cardiff) in goals ahead of De Gea, but you know, Manchester United have to have at least one player in the team of the year.  Skrtel gets in just because he has scored so many goals and Liverpool are having a great season.  I'm fairly confident that the midfield and strikeforce will look like that even though you could argue Hazard and Lallana would both play down the same side. 

I think Mignolet in goal, otherwise I agree with the outfield 10.

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I find it hard to disagree with any of the names. Maybe Marshall or the Palace keeper..and I'd have Shaw at LB and maybe Ramsey for Lallana. We forget how good he was in the first few months of the season.

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Thinking about 4-4-2, I can't think of any quality wide players currently playing. Years ago, wingers were key. Remember Rooney's great season being rather down to Valencia having a great one too?

 

Can't think of any genuine wingers currently ripping up the league. Kind of sad, really.

 

Anyway.

 

Cech

 

Coleman

Skrtel

Terry

Shaw

 

Lallana

Toure

Gerrard

Hazard

 

Suarez

Sturridge

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Go on then, end of season awards are coming up rapidly and the PFA player of the year is a shoe in for Suarez this season so how about we predict teams and laugh at the person who got the most wrong.

Here's mine. I'll go with the usual 4-4-2 the PFA always pick even though no teams actually play it these days:

GK: De Gea (Manchester United)

LB: Azpilicueta (Chelsea)

CB: Skrtel (Liverpool)

CB: Terry (Chelsea)

RB: Coleman (Everton)

LM: Lallana (Southampton)

CM: Toure (Manchester City)

CM: Gerrard (Liverpool)

RM: Hazard (Chelsea)

ST: Sturridge (Liverpool)

ST: Suarez (Liverpool)

That's who I think will be in, not who I want to be in. I'd be tempted to bring in Marshall (Cardiff) in goals ahead of De Gea, but you know, Manchester United have to have at least one player in the team of the year. Skrtel gets in just because he has scored so many goals and Liverpool are having a great season. I'm fairly confident that the midfield and strikeforce will look like that even though you could argue Hazard and Lallana would both play down the same side.

I think Mignolet in goal, otherwise I agree with the outfield 10.
mignolet? Really?

I'd be fuming if he made it in to be honest.

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Go on then, end of season awards are coming up rapidly and the PFA player of the year is a shoe in for Suarez this season so how about we predict teams and laugh at the person who got the most wrong.

Here's mine. I'll go with the usual 4-4-2 the PFA always pick even though no teams actually play it these days:

GK: De Gea (Manchester United)

LB: Azpilicueta (Chelsea)

CB: Skrtel (Liverpool)

CB: Terry (Chelsea)

RB: Coleman (Everton)

LM: Lallana (Southampton)

CM: Toure (Manchester City)

CM: Gerrard (Liverpool)

RM: Hazard (Chelsea)

ST: Sturridge (Liverpool)

ST: Suarez (Liverpool)

That's who I think will be in, not who I want to be in. I'd be tempted to bring in Marshall (Cardiff) in goals ahead of De Gea, but you know, Manchester United have to have at least one player in the team of the year. Skrtel gets in just because he has scored so many goals and Liverpool are having a great season. I'm fairly confident that the midfield and strikeforce will look like that even though you could argue Hazard and Lallana would both play down the same side.

I think Mignolet in goal, otherwise I agree with the outfield 10.
mignolet? Really?

I'd be fuming if he made it in to be honest.

 

Yeah I think he's done a really good job. Made the odd mistake, but as have most keepers. Skrtel aside I think the Liverpool defense has been pretty bad too. On 2nd look I'd have Baines at left back as well.

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He's very ropey coming off his line though. Shot stopping he's fine, but he's far from the complete article, IMO. He presented a goal to benteke, for example, by flapping.

De Gea and Marshall are probably the stand out candidates for goalkeeper this season, IMO.

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He's very ropey coming off his line though. Shot stopping he's fine, but he's far from the complete article, IMO. He presented a goal to benteke, for example, by flapping.

De Gea and Marshall are probably the stand out candidates for goalkeeper this season, IMO.

I basically feel about De Gea how you feel about Mignolet I think. Still very shaky on anything that isn't shot stopping for me.

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De Gea hasn't been shaky coming off his line for 2 years.

When he first arrived he most certainly was. Terrible in fact.

These days he's as good as anyone in the league at it.

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