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28 Aug 2018

Prem Team of The Year S13

Written by Wheresmark

Welcome to the bi-annual PPTOTS awards sponsored by Davoteknologoly Ltd. 

It's been an excellent season this season in the PS4 Prem, nearly all matches have been finished well in time with lot's of rivalries being made and continuing. The fiercely contested season will see Rdotman (Robbie) or Riq (Dobby) win the league. 

The league has many of the same stars within, but players have performed at different rates this season making for a different TOTS.  Without further ado, here is the Season 13 PPTOTS playing a 3-4-3 formation managed by Rambovanhardnut (10m hudds) Only he could pick this abhorrent formation for a PPTOTS. 


GK: Jack Butland

A contentious decision here as Lecomte nearly stole this seat, but Butland with his 4 MOTM's and consistent performances helped Guangzhou Evergrande sit in 3rd spot, the highest scorers in the league counted on Jacky to save their skins countless times when leaving numbers high up the pitch. 

star.png GK.png 81 J. BUTLAND


CB: Rob Holding


He may look like a milk man who plays lacrosse on the weekends, but Rob Holding has been a mainstay in the joint meanest defence in the toughest league in PEN.  With Arsenal conceding a record low number of goals alongside Man City, Holding has been a rock playing CB and occasionally RB, the addition of Dianelli later in the season made them a partnership to be feared. 

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CB: Florian Lejeune


Another CB who hails from a team who have shown us a defensive masterclass game after game is Florian Lejeune, looking like a poor mans Toby Alderweireld he has been at the heart of Man City's impressive defensive displays. 

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CB: Bastos


The poster boy of Angolan football has had another fantastic year with Premiership contenders AZ Alkmaar, Dobby has once again challenged for the season helped by his defensive trident of Luckassen, Bastos and Llorente. There amazing skill to read the ball and pack the centre has made them one of the most difficult teams to face this season.

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DM:  Derrick Luckassen


Unlike real life, Luckassen is a legend in PEN; fast, strong, defensively fantastic - these are a few qualities Derrick has at his disposal. He is the first name on the team sheet for his manager and can nullify the opponents attack and midfield if he's on his game.  The ability to step into CB and actually play at an even higher level is something that shouldn't be ignored. 



LM: Jose Izquieredo


The flying Columbian has been a revelation at Stade Rennais this season. Cutting in from the left he's been the spearhead to many devastating counter attack latching on to Shane Longs perfectly weighted passes time after time.  Blessed with immense speed, awesome dribbling and an unnerving calmness in front of goal; Izzy has been one of the reasons for his teams surge into the Champions League spots. 

star.png LWF.png 78 J. IZQUIERDO


RM: David Neres


This winger has caused all sorts of problems for his opponents. Tricky, versatile and quick he has been a thorn in many sides this term, and you get the feeling this player is only just getting started. He's helped propel a one time D1 bum into the Champions League spots where he belongs.



AM: Jack Wilshere


Jack has had an amazing first season at Arsenal, hoping to clinch his and his managers first title. With his guile, tenacity and excellent ability to dink a cheeky lobbed through ball in behind, Jack has been a valuable part of the Rdotman machine. After shelling out so much for the lad, we're glad he's been one of the focal points. 

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CF: Lautaro Martinez


Signed as a tasty young Argentine prospect,  this hotshot was on fire scoring 1 less than Top Scorer Druissi. A quick, dribbly player who makes the right runs and is deadly in front of the goal. This guy cost AS Monaco a fortune but has scored so many goals this season he has already begun paying his fee off. 

star.png CF.png 77 L. MARTINEZ


CF: Adama Diomande


Playing for 2 Premiership clubs and an Xbox side this season, Adama is a bit of a journey man. In his latest spell at Guangzhou Evergrande he has scored an incredible 38 goals in 15 appearances making him have the highest goal to game ratio. A fast, strong goal poacher who is great in the air, he's been a valuable asset to his team as they secured Champions League football with a 3rd place finish. 



CF: Sebastian Druissi


SThe top scorer of the year was Sebastian Druisse from Alkmaar, almost scoring as many as Scotty Hogan in the season  before. He has been a vital component of Riq's title challenging team.  Agile, dribbly with a good turn of pace, Druissi has never been shy of goals, he has improved on his return last season. 

star.png CF.png 79 S. DRIUSSI



Benjamin Lecomte: The second best goal keeper in the league - DJTruckstop

Robert Huth: Solid rock keeping Besiktas's scorelines respectable - Rambovanhardnut

John O'Shea: Hate this guy, always a pain to play against - Jookoi 

Dante: Impossible to play against during his time at Boca - Zakremoor going up the wall

Kara Mbodji: Defensive lynchpin from River Plate - Venom

Dani Alves: Versatile legend of the game for Sampdoria - AlexCage

Joao Moutinho: Elegant midfield pass master from St. Pauli - Seanachais

Matias Vecino: Midfield general at the heart of his team - Samcro

Ricardo Goulart: Versatile warrior with 7 MOTM performances - Wheresmark

Gelson Martins: One of the best dribblers in the league - ClarettMatt

Jean Kevin Augustin: Fantastically dangerous attacking player - Rdotman

Luis Muriel: Pace whore CF who is vital to Tottenham Hotspur's results - Slicklu

Elkeson: All round top CF playing for Southampton - Oldeuboi

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