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Premier League Pacey XI – Featuring Speed Merchants From Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool And Tottenham

Premier League Pacey XI

Speed is something which is very important and useful in football. Premier League teams often love playing fast and physical where players who are slow to react and run are often caught struggling.

Here is the team of the most mobile players in the league.

Goalkeeper: Thibaut Courtois (Chelsea)

Courtois is young and agile. He can make amazing reflex saves as well as charge down the striker with brute force in one on one situations. He is among the most mobile goalkeepers around.

Right Back: Kyle Walker (Spurs)

The Spurs Right Back is an absolute mix of pace and power. Still young and one of England’s most important players, Walker can attack and defend with ease as he has a lot of pace to carry out the full back role.

Centre Back: Eliaquim Mangala (Man City)

Mangala is Man City’s new man and among the faster center backs in the world. Capable of playing his usual centre back role or as a left back, Mangala fits in both the positions with ease as he has pace in abundance.

Centre Back: Laurent Koscielny (Arsenal)

Arsenal’s key player and the one of the best centre backs of the league is a very quick and mobile center back. He loves the ball at his feet and he’s also able to track his opponents and block the path.

Left Back: Alberto Moreno (Liverpool)

Liverpool’s new signing, left back Moreno is lighting quick. He is a true speedster with great athleticism to carry out the offensive as well as defensive duties of a full back. He seems to have the pace to fit in perfectly in the Premier League.

Central Midfield: Ramires (Chelsea)

Work rate and burst of pace are two aspects that makes Ramires a useful player in the heart of midfield. Though his technique is suspect, his energetic closing down of opponents makes him a versatile defensive or box to box player.

Central Midfield: Fernandinho (Manchester City)

The Man City midfielder mostly did the defensive job while his partner Touré wrecked havoc. But the Brazilian is fast, agile and has quick feet to make tackles or dribbles. He had a disappointing world cup but he should be back in form for his club.

Attacking Midfield: Theo Walcott (Arsenal)

The Arsenal winger has based his whole game on the supernatural speed he has. He likes making runs in behind the defense and generally he is so fast that he can offer the defensive line quite a few yards, hereby avoiding the offside trap.

Attacking Midfield: Mohamed Salah (Chelsea)

The Egyptian is the fastest player in Chelsea. He is similar to Walcott in making runs but he also likes dribbling and cutting in. He has a lot to improve but his pace is something that is a huge asset to the team especially in the dying moments of the game.

Attacking Midfield: Aaron Lennon (Spurs)

The Spurs winger is obviously their fastest player. Lennon is technically decent and with electric pace, he can easily stretch the opposition defences and offer natural width and wingplay for his team.

Forward: Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal)

Sanchez is more of a supporting striker but would mostly be playing wide left. He is fast, technical and clinical and the Gunners would be hoping for a bright show from their new recruit.

1 Comment

  1. Vainlee

    August 15, 2014 at 12:15 PM

    sturridge and sterling???

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