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That’s right, the Sports Bar lads have picked their Team of the Season so far, seven games into the Premier League campaign.
Ex-Chelsea defender Jason Cundy and former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara have come to a rare compromise on their standout XI for the opening month or two.
Arsenal continue to be the top-flight’s surprise package, flying high at the top of the table with six wins from their opening seven games.
Lurking just one-point behind them, Manchester City continue to look ominous and Tottenham are yet to lose a game.
But while the inclusions of Erling Haaland and Gabriel Jesus come as no surprise, there are some big calls.
To begin, no Spurs players feature in the Team of the Season so far.
With a bold 4-2-4 formation (we think), there was no room for Harry Kane or Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford.
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Elsewhere, a Fulham player made the cut following their exceptional start to the season, but it’s not Aleksandar Mitrovic.
Meanwhile, the Brentford and Crystal Palace players who get the nod are rather more predictable.
There is also a representative from Newcastle United, but it’s not Nick Pope or Kieran Trippier, with giant defender Dan Burn making the cut.
So without further ado, here is the Sports Bar’s Team of the Season so far…
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