Posts Tagged ‘james mcclean’
May 12, 2012 by David Bolt
Sadly, the end of the Premier League season is now upon us, and writers everywhere are picking their teams of the season, so I thought I’ll do the same.
The problem I have with many of these teams is that they often pick themselves, and as a result don’t vary much from writer to writer. That’s not very interesting to me; I’m sure none of you reading need me to tell you how good a season Robin van Persie’s had, or how Vincent Kompany has been a rock at the back for Manchester City, or how David Silva can pick a pass better than anyone else in the league.
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