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For us, this Premier League season has already been the greatest ever.
With four weeks to go, we still don’t know who’s going to win the title, who’s going to reach the top four and who’s going to get relegated.
Managers have been sacked, star players have emerged from nowhere, and huge signings have flopped.
All we need now is for a last minute goal to decide the champions, much like Sergio Aguero’s did for Manchester City in 2012.
Here’s ten factors that have made this top flight season simply brilliant:
10) The emergence of young, exciting English talent…
In World Cup year, a number of prodigiously talented young English players have established themselves as some of the most exciting stars in the Premier League. Ross Barkley was on loan at Leeds United last season, Jordan Henderson was a workhorse and little else, Raheem Sterling couldn’t get in a struggling Liverpool side, and Luke Shaw was a little known 17-year-old. Now, all have virtually booked their spots on the plane for the World Cup – and have reinstalled hope among fans of a nation bemoaning its lack of talent.