A Christmas Premier League XI
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To commemorate the abundance of Premier League fixtures being played over the festive season, The National Student has constructed a light-hearted Premier League Christmas XI based on who to keep your eye on in the new year. GK: SNOW Hart (West Ham, on loan from Manchester City) Having recently being dropped for Adrian, the English goalkeeper will hope to regain David Moyes' faith and get himself into the England squad for the World Cup. RB: Hector JINGLE BELLerin (Arsenal) The Spanish pace-merchant has had a somewhat disappointing season so far with the Gunners, and he will hope to improve his form as they chase a top-four finish. CB: Harry MaCHOIR (Leicester) The Englishman has been impressive since joining from Hull, having recently scored a last-minute equalizer in a 2-2 draw with Manchester United. CB: ANGEL Ogbonna (West Ham) The Italian has arguably improved since last season, and he needs to be in good form if the Hammers are to keep their defence tighter for the rest of the season. LB: Fabian ELF (Manchester City) The Englishman has surprised everybody with his strong performances in a left-back position for the runaway leaders and might just have booked himself a seat on the plane with his versatility. CM: SANTA Cazorla (Arsenal) The poor Spaniard has suffered multiple career-threatening injuries and it is doubtful whether he'll ever play for the Gunners again. CM: Lewis COOK (Bournemouth) A promising youngster who will look to get more regular game-time for the Cherries throughout the rest of the season. CM: Andy KING (Leicester) He is a Fox through and through having climbed up the divisions with the team and was part of the infamous 2015/16 Premier League winning side. ST: Harry CANDY CANE (Tottenham) This man just can't stop scoring goals, breaking Alan Shearer's record of the most Premier League goals scored in a calendar year. ST: GABRIEL JESUS (Manchester City) This is the most Christmassy name of the lot and the young Brazilian has certainly impressed since he joined the Premier League. ST: Andy CAROL (West Ham) The big man has struggled with injuries in his recent career but is fit now and will be looking to break into the Hammers side as a regular. Where would this team finish in the Premier League? Image Credit - Wikipedia Commons. Flickr Commons, Kieran Clarke
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