Peter Crouch Makes Rather Surprising PFA Team Of The Year Choice
Stoke City striker Peter Crouch has shared his PFA Team of the Season via his column in the Daily Mail, as well as the man he expects to be crowned Player of the Year.
It is that time of year again, when all the players in the Premier League make their choices of which peers deserve to be recognised for their performances over the season.
The award for the best player is, by general consensus, going to be decided between two players, Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah and Manchester City’s Kevin de Bruyne.
While City look set to win the title, Crouch has opted for Salah, claiming the Egyptian’s recent form, which has seen him net 28 Premier League goals, will be “fresh in everyone’s mind.”
The fotmer England striker also made the bold claim that Manchester United’s Ashley Young is the best left-back in the country.
This follows on from Danny Simpson, the Leicester defender, who also surprised his Twitter followers by leaving out Tottenham striker Harry Kane from his team, instead picking Sergio Agüero up front.
My Team Of The Year ?? pic.twitter.com/64Qs6qzwCf— Danny Simpson (@dannysimpson) March 29, 2018