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ALL-STARS Premier League 2019/20

The Premier League ended a week ago, on the contrary, we have not yet seen the announcement of the best player and the ideal line-up of the season. And this is the right time for the editors of Eurofootball to meet, put together their ALL-STARS for the year 2019/20 and talk about them in front of an improvised microphone ...

Marek Ustohal (Usty), Tomáš Daníček (phantom) and Víťa Srp (vitasrp) shared their opinions. The result is a talk about the best footballers of the past Premier League season, which lasts almost 90 minutes. Unlike Tomáš Souček, our discussants ran out of breath before the final whistle.

The podcast is not just a dry statement of who was the best at which post. Most of the names are supplemented by a short discussion on an interesting topic. For example, the future of the number one goalkeeper of Manchester United or the remarkable longevity and even more remarkable lifestyle of Jamie Vardy are being addressed ...

And how did the ideal set come about? Even before the podcast, all three discussants, supplemented by Martin Kantor (Counter) and Martin Vejdělek (master 129), chose their personal eleven. The compilation of all five sets then created the official ALL-STARS Premier League 2019/20 according to Eurofootball. All five "experts" also boasted a bench of substitutes and the choice of the MVP of the season and the best coach.

The article will be a combination of the EF Podcast and the Premier League in a nutshell, from which, in addition to the graphic design of the best set, we also take over the statistics of the WhoScored.com server. And it is with these that we dig.

1. Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) - 7.97 | 35 matches (3 from the bench), 13 goals, 20 assists, 4.4 key passes / 90 minutes, 10x match man

2. Ricardo Pereira (Leicester) - 7.50 | 28 matches (0 from bench), 3 goals, 2 assists, 4.3 defensive interventions / 90 minutes (69% success rate), 2x male match

3. Adama Traoré (Wolves) - 7.49 | 37 matches (10 from bench), 4 goals, 9 assists, 6.3 successful breaks / 90 minutes (74% success rate), 6x match man

4. Riyad Mahrez (Man City) - 7.48 | 33 matches (12 from bench), 11 goals, 9 assists, 2.8 key passes / 90 minutes, 3x match man

5. Sadio Mané (Liverpool) - 7.45 | 35 matches (4 from bench), 18 goals, 7 assists, 2.3 successful breaks / 90 minutes (63% success rate), 7x match man


Goalkeeper - Dean Henderson (Sheffield): He fished in semi-professional Stockport four years ago and has been going to league every year ever since. This year, he caught in the Premier League for the first time and immediately ranked among the best goalkeepers in England. He was a huge support for Sheffield - can he do the same in Manchester United?

Right defender - Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool): Probably the best extreme defender in the world, who would have played the wing for another 15 years. As a true backbone, he is de facto the creator of the Liverpool game and one of the most productive fighters in the red jersey. He had an amazing season with 13 assists. According to Tomáš Daníček, the most useful player of this year's Premier League season.

Right stopper - James Tarkowski (Burnley): The first of the elections, which was not completely rock solid. Stopper Burnley convinced only two of the five editors, but he was still the best behind Van Dijk. A symbol of dedication and great organization of the Burnley defense. King of blocked bullets and unmistakable ears.

Left stopper - Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool): If he hadn't had such an amazing season last year, we might have been dancing over his performances this year just like a year ago. Definitely the best stopper of the Premier League and probably of the world. Absolutely complex defender and this year again a key man in Liverpool's impenetrable defense.

Left-back - Andrew Robertson (Liverpool): He picked up a few weaker games in the fall, but still had no competition in the Premier League. He lost the fight with Alexander-Arnold in terms of assists, but he still scored 12 of them and, apart from a colleague from the other side of the defense, he was defeated only by the genius De Bruyne.

Right midfielder - Kevin De Bruyne (Man City): Best Premier League player - at least according to Eurofootball editors, who gave him 4 of their 5 votes. He scored 13 goals, passed to 20 and was responsible for another pile either with a statistically refused assistance or with a pre-final pass. The perfect football player who lacks nothing at all.

Defensive midfielder - Jordan Henderson (Liverpool): And now for a change the best Premier League player according to English journalists. The heart not only of the advance, but of the whole of Liverpool. The captain, who did an incredible amount of hard work and even though he is not behind many of his team's goals, played a key role in the first Reds title after thirty years.

Left midfielder - Jack Grealish (Aston Villa): If he hadn't been awarded the prize for the best player in the league, but for the "American" most useful, he would probably have won. Without Jack Grealish, Aston Villa would not have the slightest chance of rescue. The leader in most conceivable statistics eventually saved the club in the league symbolically with a goal in the last round.


Right wing - Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): Like Van Dijk, he has not experienced the brightest season of his career. But he scored 19 goals and passed on another 10, which is simply the amount that even a team like Liverpool necessarily needs for the title. He scored almost a third of his goals after the New Year, when the Reds began to stall slightly. Thanks to Salah, however, they definitely did not stop.

Midfielder - Jamie Vardy (Leicester): He will celebrate his 34th birthday in January, but on the pitch he looks like a calf teenager, which you let into adult football players and he still surpassed them all. In the form of an unstoppable attacker, who this year received a well-deserved crown for the king of archers. His 23 goals were not enough for Leicester to qualify for the Champions League.

Left wing - Sadio Mané (Liverpool): This year probably better than Salah and for many the best player of the championship Liverpool. He scored 18 goals and, unlike the Egyptian, did not have penalties. He shone the most at the beginning of the season, scoring half of the goals in St. Nicholas and had kicked Liverpool to one of the most amazing seasons in Premier League history.


And what did the individual choices of our editors look like?

Marek Ustohal (4-3-3): Dean Henderson (Sheffield) - Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), John Egan (Sheffield), Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson (both Liverpool) - Kevin De Bruyne (Man City), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Jack Grealish (Aston Villa) - Mohamed Salah (Liverpool), Jamie Vardy (Leicester), Sadio Mané (Liverpool)

Sub-bench: Nick Pope (Burnley) - Chris Basham (Sheffield) - Bruno Fernandes (Man Utd) - Danny Ings (Southampton)

Player of the season: Kevin De Bruyne
Season coach: Jürgen Klopp

Tomáš Daníček (4-4-2): Dean Henderson (Sheffield) - Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), James Tarkowski (Burnley), Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool), César Azpilicueta (Chelsea) - Mohamed Salah (Liverpool), Kevin De Bruyne (Man City), Bruno Fernandes (Man Utd), Sadio Mané (Liverpool) - Jamie Vardy (Leicester), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal)

Substitute bench: Rui Patrício (Wolves) - John Egan (Sheffield) - Jack Grealish (Aston Villa) - Raúl Jiménez (Wolves)

Player of the season: Trent Alexander-Arnold
Season coach: Jürgen Klopp

Víťa Srp (4-3-3): Dean Henderson (Sheffield) - Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk (both Liverpool), Çağlar Söyüncü (Leicester), Andrew Robertson (Liverpool) - Kevin De Bruyne (Man City), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Rúben Neves (Wolves) - Sadio Mané (Liverpool), Jamie Vardy (Leicester), Raheem Sterling (Man City)

Sub-bench: Nick Pope (Burnley) - Conor Coady (Wolves) - Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) - Danny Ings (Southampton)

Player of the season: Kevin De Bruyne
Season coach: Jürgen Klopp

Martin Vejdělek (3-diamond-3): Bernd Leno (Arsenal) - Ricardo Pereira (Leicester), Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson (both Liverpool) - Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester) - David Silva (Man City), Jack Grealish (Aston) Villa) - Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) - Adama Traoré (Wolves), Jamie Vardy (Leicester), Marcus Rashford (Man Utd)

Sub-bench: Dean Henderson (Sheffield) - Trent Alexander-Arnold - Jordan Henderson (both Liverpool) - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal)

Player of the season: Kevin De Bruyne
Season coach: Jürgen Klopp

Martin Kantor :: Dean Henderson (Sheffield) - Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), James Tarkowski (Burnley), Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson - Mohamed Salah (all Liverpool), Kevin De Bruyne (Man City), Jordan Henderson, Sadio Mané (both Liverpool) - Jamie Vardy (Liverpool), Marcus Rashford (Man Utd)

Substitute bench: Bernd Leno (Arsenal) - Ricardo Pereira (Leicester) - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) - Danny Ings (Southampton)

Player of the season: Kevin De Bruyne
Season coach: Jürgen Klopp

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