In what looks unlikely for any league to finish under the current climate, football and sport look like ending their seasons. As a result of this, I thought I would give you my view on the team of the season so far:

Goalkeeper: Nick Pope (Burnley)

Many of you might be wondering as to why Alisson isn’t in my team of the season but although he hasn’t had a bad season whatsoever, Nick Pope has been an excellent goalkeeper this season, making a several number of key saves for Burnley and most importantly has the most clean sheets out of anybody in the Premier League this season. If it wasn’t for the Euros being cancelled, I think Pope would have had a good chance of securing England’s number 1 spot.


Right Back: Trent Alexander Arnold (Liverpool)

This was one of the no brainers picks. He’s become integral to the way Liverpool play bombing up and down the flanks putting balls in the box for the front three. Also, the amount of assists he gets are unbelievable, already equalling the 12 assists he reached last season


Centre Back: Caglar Soyuncu (Leicester City)

He has made a huge impression at Leicester, specifically in defence. Everybody assumed they would miss Harry Maguire after leaving for £80 million in the summer to Manchester United. It’s a great testament for Leicester too, who rather buy another centre back, gave Soyuncu the chance and he definitely took it. His partnership with Jonny Evans this season has been great.


Centre Back: Virgil Van Dijk (Liverpool)

This was an easy choice to put him in the team, he’s the best centre back in the premier league by a mile; even if he’s not at his best. Since his arrival at Liverpool he’s only got better and better and has formed a solid partnership with Joe Gomez who has had a great season as well.


Left Back: Andy Robertson (Liverpool)

Robertson has improved his game year on year, bombing up and down that left-hand side constantly, almost playing as a left winger at times! Considering they only signed him for £8 million that is one of the best bargains ever. Although his defensive side is his Achilles heel at times, with the force of Liverpool’s attacking play, they have nothing to worry about.


Midfield: Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)

It has been a standout season for the Liverpool captain and he’s been their unsung hero this season. He is a leader on and off the pitch which is what the modern game lacks nowadays and they’ve missed him badly when he’s been out of the team. He is definitely my Player of the season without a shadow of a doubt


Midfield: Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)

You start to run out of superlatives to describe the Belgium at times. He’s been unbelievable yet again this season and at times he’s helped City get over the line. The way he plays makes it look so easy and there’s no way he wouldn’t get in my team despite the team being dominated by Liverpool players.


Midfield: John Fleck (Sheffield United)

Many might think this is a surprise inclusion however he is one of the standout players to the success of Sheffield United’s first campaign in the Premier League. He is a player with deft, he has a crafty touch on the ball, incisive passing, and most certainly an eye for goal.


Forward: Adama Traore (Wolves)

Who has terrorised defences the most this season? The answer is almost certainly Adama Traore. With his supersonic pace, he has added intelligence to his game, knowing when to find the right pass or cross. He has been fantastic in Wolves’ brilliant campaign and has enjoyed playing alongside Raul Jimenez in their quest for another season in Europe whether that be Europa league or Champions league.


Forward: Jamie Vardy (Leicester City)

At 33, Jamie Vardy has surprised many this season. He is currently joint top scorer of the premier league and has been integral to Leicester’s quest for a top four finish in the premier league. Even record Premier league goal scorer is at awe of Jamie Vardy, describing the Leicester forward of “showing no signs of slowing down”.


Forward: Sadio Mane (Liverpool)

He’s been unbelievable for a few seasons now, getting better each season. On many occasions this season he has been Liverpool’s go to man at times and he is up there with being one of the players of the season. His goals and assists have been crucial to Liverpool’s 25 man lead this season and there’s no surprise even Messi put him down as one of his Ballon d’Or choices


My team of the season in full: Pope, Alexander-Arnold, Van Dijk, Soyuncu, Robertson, Fleck, De Bruyne, Henderson, Adama Traore, Vardy, Mane