Football Champions

Who would you say are the best four English footballers that are playing in the Premier League? This is one of those typical questions that is often asked during a pub discussion with your friends on a Friday night. In this article I will be writing about “my top four”; I hope you enjoy the read.

The Premier League is without doubt the best league for drama, passion and excitement in Europe. When you compare this league with let’s say the Serie A in Italy it is just way more exciting; it is way faster and there is a lot more passion!

I am not a footballer myself and I am not involved within the media; the following players are just my personal opinion as to the players that I believe merit being in the top four. I am in fact a person who provides pet insurance; I am also involved with other projects that include selling a quality upvc front door and working helping people to attain cheap flyer printing.

Returning back to my best four players; in top spot I would have to have the main man himself; the one and only Steven Gerrard. He is just one hell of a player. Some would argue that he has never really “done it” for England however I am sure he will put that right in next years World Cup. Steven has been the driving force behind the Liverpool team for the last few seasons and has proven to be an inspiration to his fellow team mates and supporters alike.

Now in second place I have chosen the captain of Chelsea, John Terry. He is a born winner and is also a natural leader. As well as being a dominant central defender who is an excellent reader of the game he also chips in with a few goals.

In third place I have Frank Lampard. This midfield dynamo just seems to get better and better. He is the model professional who like Steven Gerrard scores a great number of goals from midfield. I personally would play Frank in the centre of midfield for England with Gerrard “in the hole”, real football fans will understand what I mean by this.

In fourth place I have Ashley Cole. I really do not want to pick Ashley as he annoys the hell out of me with his petulant behaviour. He is however an excellent player and his FA Cup final performance in the win against Everton (for Chelsea) was quite outstanding.

Well there we have it – my top four – what do you think?


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