Santi Cazorla was at No 11, narrowly missing out. Two clubs have more than one entrant.
It's the end of an era. Christian Fuchs is calling time on his Leicester career next summer.
The record is Mo's. Plus Wenger will wear a nice jumper-tie combo as United thrash Arsenal.
Some were obvious. Others...not so much. One Premier League club we had to skip entirely.
Man United are going to replace Martial with a forward with no goals in 24 games. And Spurs are spending.
Young Player of the Year aged 24? A nonsense. Here is a proper list of relative rookies.
Chris Wood watched in astonishment as Leicester soared to the Premier League title but he is hoping to get one over on his former club as Burnley chase their own impossible dream.
Harry Kane knows where 2Pac is, and will bag against Man City. Bobby Firmino is scoring too.
Man City are winning the title in style, Tottenham and Arsenal are winning, and Liverpool are scoring.
The title race is on. Man United are beating Swansea, while Everton are holding Man City.
It was Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Riyad Mahrez last season. How about now?
Demarai Gray is dreaming big after being handed the England Under-21 captaincy last week.
Time to go through each Premier League club to discover their next England debutant, no?
Bruno de Carvalho coined the 'dildo brothers' nickname, and says Leicester held up Silva's signing, not him.
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