Best Premier League buys of the 2008/09 season

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1)Mark Schwarzer:
Left Middlesbrough for Craven Cottage last June and the Aussie shot-stopper has been rewarded for that surprise decision with perhaps his best-ever Premier League season as Fulham have become scrooges at the back.

2)Andrei Arshavin:
The diminutive Russian playmaker with a liking for sewing concluded one of the longest-running transfer sagas by signing for Arsenal for an undisclosed fee in February and has repaid that faith with six goals in 11 games for the Gunners.

3)James Beattie:
A January snip for Stoke City at GBP2.5m, especially as his six strikes now look certain to keep the club in the top-flight. The Beat goes on at the Britannia stadium, at least for one more season that is ...

4)Jose Bosingwa:
Okay, the Portugal international did cost Chelsea a whopping GBP16.3m last May, but he has not disappointed with his rampaging runs down the right wing and solid defensive displays that have made his compatriot Paolo Ferreira a thing of the past at the Bridge.

5)Djbril Cisse:
Sunderland's on-loan French forward, aka Lord of the Manor of Frodsham, is an enigma, but the Stadium of Light faithful do not care a jot as his ten goals this season look like keeping the Black Cats in the Premier League.

6)Peter Crouch:
An GBP11m arrival on the South Coast last July, the beanpole England international front man has had to contend with the departure of strike partner Jermain Defoe to White Hart Lane in January, but has responded in magnificent style with 11 goals in a lone strike role to all but guarantee Portsmouth's top-flight survival.

7)Marouane Fellaini:
Big hair, big fee, but a big season for the massive Belgium international, despite picking up more bookings than the Ritz.

8)Brad Friedel:
A real bargain at just GBP2.5m from Blackburn Rovers last July, the veteran American goalkeeper has reaffirmed his reputation as the Premier League's most consistent and reliable keeper at Villa Park this campaign as Martin O'Neill's men have pushed Arsenal all the way in the chase for next season's fourth and final Champions League berth.

9)Geovanni:
The Brazilian arrived at newly-promoted Hull City in the summer, having been deemed surplus to requirements at Eastlands, making an immediate impact with a series of outstanding displays as the Tigers took the top-flight by surprise and despite his performances inevitably waning as the temperatures fell in winter, the playmaker has still lit up the Premier League.

10)Luka Modric:
Deemed too small to be effective in the Premier League by the sage that is Arsene Wenger, but I wonder whether the Frenchman saw any of his more eye-catching displays in the heart of the Spurs midfield since the turn of the year.
 
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2)Andrei Arshavin:
The diminutive Russian playmaker with a liking for sewing concluded one of the longest-running transfer sagas by signing for Arsenal for an undisclosed fee in February and has repaid that faith with six goals in 11 games for the Gunners.

pasal arshavin nie aku setuju..
utk worst buy musim 2009/2010 ni mesti dapat pada alberto aquilani
 

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pasal arshavin nie aku setuju..
utk worst buy musim 2009/2010 ni mesti dapat pada alberto aquilani
aku dah buka dah thread tuk worst buy....tapi nama aqua tak der la...
 

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belum habis musim 2009/2010 nie...
 
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