The 2014-15 Premier League’s PFA Team of the Year was announced a short while ago, with Chelsea dominating.
Blues stars Branislav Ivanovic, John Terry, Gary Cahill, Nemanja Matic, Eden Hazard and Diego Costa were joined by Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho, Southampton’s Ryan Bertrand, Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane and Manchester United’s David de Gea.
Moments after the team was revealed, hoards of football fans stormed onto Twitter to have their say.
There were very few complaints about Chelsea filling up more than half the side.
In fact, many people argued that there should have been more Stamford Brdge men included – Cesc Fabregas and Cesar Azpilicueta were the men highlighted as unlucky to miss out.
Meanwhile, Coutinho’s inclusion was not endorsed by a lot of tweeters.
Check out the best of the Twitter reaction below…
How is coutinho in the PFA team of the year but fabregas isn't?
— CallumRogers (@Callum_Rogers_) April 26, 2015
PFA Team of the Year look decent but where is Cesc
— The Demon's Head (@StaggerHarris) April 26, 2015
How the hell did Coutinho make the PFA Team Of The Year? Few goals, few assists. A few high profile 'screamers' I guess. Odd choice.
— Valar Morghulis (@Jimboola) April 26, 2015
— Potus (@stuner_69) April 26, 2015
How is Phillipe Coutinho in the PFA team of the year? His stats are worse than Di Maria's! Cazorla's had a much better season than Coutinho
— Mark Addie (@mark_addie) April 26, 2015
can someone mathamatically tell me how coutinho made it into pfa team of the year #PFAawards
— Action Jonson (@jrotheram__) April 26, 2015
Chelsea has 6 of the PFA team of the year 11… Someone say something stupid, go.
— Мason Ledbetter (@MaseNasty) April 26, 2015
Must also be said that the PFA Team of the Year badly needs modernising if it thinks 4-4-2 is still the way to go.
— ZarkavasLover (@ZarkavasLover) April 26, 2015
This season: Philippe Coutinho (PFA Team of the Year) Goals: 4 Assists: 4 Radamel Falcao Goals: 4 Assists: 4 pic.twitter.com/UGqJy8nIwg
— Football__Tweet (@Football__Tweet) April 26, 2015