Premier League Plays for the week of March 30, 2019

Here is a list of soccer players to keep an eye on this week for your daily fantasy plays:

Ever since the creation of the Premier League in 1992/93, there has been an emergence of star players, all having left their indelible marks in not just the wonderful competition, but as well in the history of football. In the era, the three most successful clubs have been Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea – in that order. To not much of a surprise, most of the players on this list are from these three soccer powerhouses. The theatre of dreams at a time took home 13 titles, and much as 4 of the club’s stars made it to the top 10. Without further ado, let’s take an incisive look at some of the most article-worthy Premier League soccer lords of all time. Ranked according to their performances, titled and impact then they had had on their respective teams, here are 4 young aspiring footballers should have a look at.

Paul Pogba
After ignoring a contract with the Red Devils, Frenchman Pogba moved to Italy’s Juventus in early 2012. Scoring his first goal against Napoli in a 2-0 victory, and later giving his but in many wins of that season. Having been made an MVP performance against Lazio – winning a 4-0 tournament – Paul was named 2013’s Golden Boy for the best player in Europe. Already making headlines and being one of Europe’s most promising soccer tanks, he then became Juventus’ key player, securing for club an Italian league title in 2015 and topped the assist list Series an in his 124 appearances. The young player made his way back to Manchester United in August 2016 through an exorbitant deal of 105 million pounds. Of his 51 games in all competitions, Pogba found the net 9 times, made 6 assists in the 2016-17 season. His appearances so far are 27 in all United competitions, scored 3 goals and assisting 9 times.

Jamie Vardy
English football star Jamie Richard Vardy began his Youth Career from teams such as Sheffield Wednesday and Stocksbridge Park Steel while he remained with the Youth cub until 2011 when he made his first appearance for Stocksbridge Park Steels’ senior team where he played for several years. After his turn-down to a short-term contract with Rotherham United, Jamie was signed in 2010 by F.C. Halifax Town, where he made his debut for the club in August 2010 on soccer par with Buxton at the home ground. After scoring a winning goal in his first match for Halifax, Vardy has gone on to score 25 more in his further 36 appearances for the club which was looked upon as a fairly remarkable stats in his side. Jamie was then signed by Fleetwood Town in 2011, the same day of which he made his first appearance, and scored his first goal in his third match. Having made 36 appearances, for the club, he scored 31 goals and was once at the top scorers’ board. He was named Premier League Player of the MOnth for the November 2015-16 season. A three-year contract took him to Leicester City in 2012, where he has sent home 78 goals in 199 appearances

Gylfi Sigurdsson
An Icelandic footballer who plays for Tottenham Hotspur, Gyfi Por Sigurdsson played for hometown side FH before becoming a member of Breidablik and an Icelandic under-17 international. He had spent time on trial with Preston North End and The Gunners before being signed for Reading on an academic scholarship on October 1, 2005. For Reading’s League Cup match, he made his debut with Luton Town on the other sides of the football pitch, ahead of the 200-09 season. Chomping at bits to have the first-team experience, the footballers contracted with Shrewsbury Town on what was a one-month loan spell, a trail after which he joined Crew Alexandra on an emergency loan move, making his debut a couple of days after against Brighton away. In the first round League Cup tie at home on the 11th of August 2009, Gylfi scored his first Reading goal. In May two years after, he was voted for as the 1899 Hoffenheim fans’ player of the season, despite only starting 13 matches. It was on the first day of 2012 that he joined Swansea City on loan for the rest of the reason, and by March, he was named the Premier League Player of the Month, due to his commendable performance. July 4, 2012, Gylfi officially made his transfer to Hotspur.

Matt Doherty
After a proliferated earl career in different capacities, Doherty was loaned out to join League One club Bury in a deal that lasted three months, two days after which he made his first appearance in a 0-1 defeat to Swindon Town, in his first of 22 for-the-club appearances. Despite establishing himself in the first team, playing right-back and earning eulogies from Kevin Blackwell, he was still sent back to his previous club like his other teammates in January 2013 due to some financial setbacks. As Dean Saunders got appointed as Wolves manager in the same month, Doherty was promoted to becoming a regular right=back for his club and featured throughout the concluding months of the 2012-13 season as the team battled unsuccessfully to sidestep a second consecutive relegation. Under Kenny Jackett, Saunders successor, Doherty retained his Wolves’ place and signed a fresh contract in September 2013. Doherty scored his first Premier League goal for Wolves (on his ninth appearance in the Premier League) on 6 October 2018 at Crystal Palace as the team won 1-0.

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