Not So Best XI…

It’s easy to compile a Premier League Best XI when you can choose from the likes of Sergio Aguero, David Silva, Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Didier Drogba, Papiss Cisse, Gareth Bale and Yohan Cabaye.

From Manchester City, to Newcastle, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United, the top half of the Premier League table is dripping with talent and their silky skills make you salivate with delight.

But there are also some talented folks in the bottom half. In fact, this season more than ever, there are some players in the bottom half who wouldn’t be a bad investment for some of the teams at the top. If some scouts took a wee gander at what was going on beneath them, they could save on the travel budget!

Instead of the traditional Best XI, this season, we’ve put together our Not So Best XI. This selection of players make up a team that could perhaps qualify for the Europa League. Or some would argue they could easily get relegated. Chime in and  let us know what you think. Better yet, send us your Not So Best XI so we can compare scouting notes!

Goalkeeper = Michel Vorm | Swansea

Defenders = Phil Bardsley | Sunderland | Zak Whitbread | Norwich | Stephen Warnock | Aston Villa | Ashley Williams | Swansea

Midfield = Victor Moses | Wigan | Sebastien Larsson | Sunderland | Leon Britton | Swansea | Gylfi Sigurdsson | Swansea

Forwards = Scott Sinclair | Swansea | Grant Holt | Norwich | Peter Odemwingie | West Brom

Subs = Al Habsi | Wigan | Yakubu | Blackburn | Darren Bent | Aston Villa | Wesley Hoolahan | Norwich | James McLean | Sunderland | Jonathan Woodgate | Stoke

Manager = Brendan Rodgers | Swansea

Kit Colour = Home | All red | Away | All Black

One thought on “Not So Best XI…”

  1. Don’t believe that winning is really everything. It’s more important to stand for something. If you don’t stand for something, what do you win?

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