The alternative Premier League team of the 2013/14 season - including Kolo Toure, Wilfried Zaha and Kim Kallstrom
Who gets a mention in our round-up of this season's characters
Friday 09 May 2014
What links falsely 'dead' grandmothers,The Simpsons and beach ball-driven injuries? Well it's our Alternative Premier League Team of the Season of course.
There will be no Luis Suarez or Yaya Toure here, this is an XI of some of the forgotten heroes of the campaign.
Who else remembers that Shane Long was briefly the best player in the world (but only for 10 minutes)?
The season reaches it's finale this Sunday, with free-scoring Manchester City in pole position to secure the title ahead of Liverpool, who they lead by two points going into the final round of matches.
To see the full Alternative XI, click the gallery below...
Do you agree with the team, or have we missed out a few more that deserve recognition? Leave your comments below.
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