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Newcastle Winger Named In WhoScored Team Of 2020


Allan Saint-Maximin has landed in WhoScored’s Premier League Team of 2020.

This team is for players who have made at least 5 appearances in the league since the New Year. Allan gets the nod on the left-wing despite missing three matches due to his hamstring injury.

The 23-year-old made 6 appearances, 5 of which were starts. So he just qualifies to be part of this team. During this span, the Frenchman scored the game-winning goal at Southampton while providing the assist for Isaac Hayden’s late winner against Chelsea.

Saint-Maximin just is continuing to improve all aspects of his game. He’s been an outstanding signing this season. We just can’t wait to watch him play again when the season resumes.

Judging by this video of Allan training on his own this week, he apparently couldn’t wait to put on the Newcastle shirt again, either.


7 comments so far

  • AncientC

    Mar 18, 2020 at 11:02 AM

    Comment #1

    It seems criminal for Fernandes to be in that team. A player that has taken to the PL like a duck to water, but not enough games under his belt.

    You could put Haaland in the team of the century, if you were basing it on five games.

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  • Ron Knee

    Mar 18, 2020 at 11:05 AM

    Comment #2

    Belgium has gone into lockdown.

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  • RobLeenio

    Mar 18, 2020 at 11:06 AM

    Comment #3

    How is lloris in that team ahead of Dubs?

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  • Pain in the Blog

    Mar 18, 2020 at 11:07 AM

    Comment #4

    Jail,

    Re your question about dentists early this morning.

    My best mate’s son’s partner’s mother is an NHS dentist. She received a letter a few days ago telling her to report to her nearest large hospital (she lives in Rotherham) for a week’s retraining to assist in staffing the wards to free up hospital medics for front line duties. Dentists’ first few years of training are the same as medical students and most of them are more than capable of undertaking this work. The letter implied that she wouldn’t get paid by the NHS if she didn’t respond to the “request”.

    Other than that I think most dental practices are likely to offer an emergency service only (like over Xmas) with all other work postponed. Many are citing staff shortages and inadequate protection.

    This is not a conspiracy theory or fake news.

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  • RobLeenio

    Mar 18, 2020 at 11:11 AM

    Comment #5

    Sky sports have said that customers can ‘pause’ their subscriptions and will not be charged during that time, and restart then when sport events resume.

    I can see why they are doing that, because they’ll be desperate to not have their subscribers cancel with a good likelihood that many will not return.

    Surely though, with the model whereby new customers get a better deal, people would be better off cancelling their contact and signing up again in a couple of months?

    Not being a subscriber, I have no real idea if that’s actually a possibility.

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  • Jib

    Mar 18, 2020 at 11:14 AM

    Comment #6

    It’s rather ironic that AncientC the statistics king
    is whining about a chart based entirely on statistics

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  • IrishRob

    Mar 18, 2020 at 11:40 AM

    Comment #7

    Pain dentists ARE medical students, you can’t be a dentist without finishing med school. Dentists are doctors they are just specialists in orofacial and only deal with that side of it, in the same way a cardiologist is a specialist and only deals with the heart.

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