David de Gea and Ashley Young have been handed places in Garth Crooks’ BBC ‘Team of the Season’.
The Spaniard has been head and shoulders above any keeper this season, claiming 22 clean sheets from 44 games in all competitions and winning the ‘Golden Glove’ award for the first time.
Young, on the other hand, has emerged as a surprise regular in Mourinho’s team since returning from an injury in late September, making 30 league appearances in total.
The pair have both been handed places in Crooks’ ‘Team of the Season’ following consistently solid displays throughout the 2017/18 campaign.
De Gea being there is simply a no brainer. He is a man of natural excellence, ice running through his veins, the Roger Federer of goalkeeping. The...
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