Halftimeng Premier League Team of Week 4

I am trying so hard to put myself in Alex Oxlade Chamberlain’s shoes just for a moment to explain how I move from one club who suffered a shattering 4-0 defeat to one that suffers even worse by travelling north only to be penetrated five times. The life and times of the modern day football must be very rough, how else do you explain the last two to three weeks. Away from Liverpool and ”the Ox; Manchester United finally concede and drop points so also newly promoted Huddersfield; isn’t it ironic both teams conceded two goals each?

This  week’s team of the week selection is dominated by a number of new faces making their debut; I would have to say whilst more of the attention may have been on the established forces of Harry Kane, Danny Welbeck and Gabriel Jesus; my player of the week comes from Brighton and Hove Albion; a brace and an epic performance of immense proportions. gives Pascal Groß the award for player of the week.

The Manager position is taken by none other than Chris Hutton for finally getting Brighton’s first win in the top flight of English football for eons. Here’s my team of the week in a 3-4-3 formation:

Adeyemi Adesanya
Sports Business Consultant and Football Intermediary; Risk Management & Due Diligence Consultant; Freelance Football writer & Pundit on Radio & TV and Man.Utd Fan

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