Every player named in PFA Team of the Year in PL era…

Date published: Thursday 25th April 2019 11:57

The PFA have announced their Premier League Team of the Year, with Paul Pogba inexplicably becoming Manchester United’s 80th representative. United have had twice as many representatives compared to any other club, though the next few years seems as good a time as any for everyone else to catch up.

Steven Gerrard holds the record for the most appearances, with Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs joint second. Prior to this season’s team, Sergio Aguero had received as many nominations as Stig Inge Bjornebye.

Here’s every player named in the PFA’s Team of the Year in the Premier League era listed by club in order of most recent nomination…

 

Manchester United – 80
Paul Pogba, David de Gea (5), Rio Ferdinand (5), Michael Carrick, Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney (3), Edwin van der Sar (3), Nemanja Vidic (4), Nani, Dimitar Berbatov, Patrice Evra (3), Antonio Valencia, Darren Fletcher, Cristiano Ronaldo (4), Ryan Giggs (6), Gary Neville (6), Paul Scholes (3), Tim Howard, Ruud van Nistelrooy (2), Roy Keane (4), Fabien Barthez, Jaap Stam (3), Wes Brown, Teddy Sheringham, David Beckham (4), Andy Cole, Denis Irwin (2), Dwight Yorke, Gary Pallister (4), Nicky Butt, Paul Ince (3), Eric Cantona, Peter Schmeichel

 

Arsenal – 40
Hector Bellerin, Alexis Sanchez, Robin van Persie, Bacary Sagna (2), Samir Nasri, Jack Wilshere, Thomas Vermaelen, Cesc Fabregas (2), Gael Clichy, Emmanuel Adebayor, Thierry Henry (6), Lauren, Sol Campbell (3), Patrick Vieira (6), Robert Pires (3), Sylvinho, Emmanuel Petit, Dennis Bergkamp, David Seaman, Tony Adams (3), Ian Wright (2)

 

Chelsea – 37
Marcos Alonso, N’Golo Kante, Eden Hazard (4), David Luiz, Gary Cahill (3), Branislav Ivanovic (2), John Terry (4), Nemanja Matic, Diego Costa, Petr Cech (2), Juan Mata, Ashley Cole (4), Didier Drogba (2), Nicolas Anelka, William Gallas (2), Frank Lampard (3), Joe Cole, Arjen Robben, Graeme Le Saux, Ruud Gullit

 

Liverpool – 30
Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk, Andy Robertson, Sadio Mane (2), Mohamed Salah, Philippe Coutinho, Steven Gerrard (8), Luis Suarez (2), Daniel Sturridge, Fernando Torres (2), Jamie Carragher, Sami Hyypia (2), Nicolas Anelka, Michael Owen, Mark Wright, Stig Inge Bjornebye, Steve McManaman, David James, Rob Jones

Manchester City – 22
Ederson, Aymeric Laporte, Kyle Walker (2), Nicolas Otamendi, Bernardo Silva, Fernandinho, David Silva (2), Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero (2), Vincent Kompany (3), Yaya Toure (2), Pablo Zabaleta, Joe Hart, Carlos Tevez, Shaun Wright-Phillips

 

Tottenham – 22
Jan Vertonghen (2), Christian Eriksen, Harry Kane (4), Dele Alli (2), Danny Rose (2), Kyle Walker, Toby Alderweireld, Gareth Bale (3), Scott Parker, Dimitar Berbatov, Stephen Carr (2), David Ginola, Jurgen Klinsmann

 

Newcastle – 13
Fabricio Coloccini, Shay Given (2), Kieron Dyer, Alan Shearer (2), Shay Given, David Batty (2), Rob Lee, David Ginola, Les Ferdinand, Peter Beardsley

 

Blackburn – 12
Brad Friedel, Colin Hendry (2), Alan Shearer (4), Tim Flowers (2), Graeme Le Saux, Tim Sherwood, Chris Sutton, David Batty

 

Leeds United – 11
Rio Ferdinand, Nigel Martyn (3), Gary Kelly (2), Ian Harte, Harry Kewell, Gary McAllister, Tony Dorigo, Gary Speed

 

Aston Villa – 7
Richard Dunne, James Milner, Ashley Young (2), Ugo Ehiogu, Alan Wright, Paul McGrath

 

Southampton – 5
Ryan Bertrand, Luke Shaw, Adam Lallana, Wayne Bridge, Matt Le Tissier

 

Everton – 4
Romelu Lukaku, Seamus Coleman, Leighton Baines (2)

 

Leicester – 4
Wes Morgan, Riyad Mahrez, N’Golo Kante, Jamie Vardy

 

Portsmouth – 2
Glen Johnson, David James

 

Nottingham Forest – 2
Steve Stone, Roy Keane

 

West Ham – 1
Dimitri Payet

 

Birmingham City – 1
Joe Hart

 

Wigan – 1
Pascal Chimbonda

 

Crystal Palace – 1
Andrew Johnson

 

Fulham – 1
Steve Finnan

 

Sunderland – 1
Kevin Phillips

 

QPR – 1
David Bardsley

 

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