2010-2011 Premier League Team of the Season So Far

ashley cole 1408265c 2010 2011 Premier League Team of the Season So Far

Ashley Cole is superb

No fancy algorithms here. Not a fantasy football Best Eleven either. Just an off-the-cuff, instinctual, Premier League Best Eleven for the 2010-2011 season so far. I’ve added a few substitutes too. This is top of the head stuff, no research, just instinct, so if you disagree – great – write in your favorite players in the comments or write us on Twitter to let me know if I’ve missed anyone.

GK: Joe Hart

LB: Ashley Cole

CB: Vincent Kompany

CB: Nemanja Vidic

RB: Rafael da Silva

LM: Gareth Bale

CM: Samir Nasri

CM: Michael Essien

RM: Nani

ST: Andy Carroll

ST: Carlos Tevez

Substitutes: Cech – Malouda – Drogba – L. Baines – J. Barton – VDV – Yaya Toure

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5 Responses to 2010-2011 Premier League Team of the Season So Far

  1. Chris says:

    My instinct says Van der Vaart must be in but then I can’t see how to fit him in. Perhaps with his recent outburst you could drop Tevez and play 4-5-1.
    I might have put Baines in there but that’s as much on how much he is exceeding expectations rather than actually playing on a higher level than Cole.
    I would have Sagna over Rafael given that Rafael – while impressive – has only played 7 games.

    The Guardian readers found Stuart Holden to be the player of the year so far based on average ratings! http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/blog/2010/dec/21/readers-premier-league-team-season-so-far

    Interesting as always. Enjoy the holidays buddy.

  2. 1-1-8 says:

    Modric in for Barton. Pick who you want in for Rafael. Where is Evra?

  3. Calvin Valance says:

    I vote for Brunt to be right mid as well (substitute if necessary).

  4. Manish Shrestha says:

    I would add Tim Cahill in place of Barton or Essien

  5. Rory says:

    If you were actually watching Baines, he’s not overperforming. He’s been a top player for a while now – in fact he’s came into the really good vein of form once moyes gave him a solid first team run. It’s not overperformance, it’s his talent.

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