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Top 10 Premier League Players of September

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Now that we’ve wrapped up the first full month of this year’s Barclays Premier League, it’s only fair to give credit to the star performers in England’s top flight. Already, there have been so many surprise packages making their names known as well as world class players upholding their high reputations. However, only 10 can make this list as the best of the best from the month of September.

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The History Behind The Ground Names Of Five English Football Clubs

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5) Newcastle United -St. James’s Park – Capacity 52,405

Over the years, St. James’ Park has seen some of the finest encounters in the Premier League history. The clubs’ ardent supporters make such huge noise and have such fervent feeling for their clubs that makes playing at St. James a very difficult and exhaustive task. The stadium was initially home of three Newcastle clubs. The stadium was initially used for grazing farm animals. St. James’ history is more intriguing than one would imagine. One of stadium’s side is very close to the City’s execution gallows.  St. James’ is known for generating inimical atmosphere for the opposition side. Over the years, the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal have struggled to get anything out of the game in the Northeast.

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5 Players Who Have Been Completely Ignored By Their Own Club

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  1. Mathieu Debuchy :

The Frenchman was expected to be a regular starter under Arsene Wenger when he arrived from Newcastle. But his poor form and injuries, added with the superb form of Hector Bellerin has nothing but made life more difficult for Debuchy at the Emirates. At the moment, it doesn’t seem like there is any sign of improvement in his position at Arsenal and with Wenger not allowing him to leave this summer, he must be frustrated and shall find a way to leave this January.

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Players who are eagerly waiting to be transferred

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  1. Oumar Niasse:

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The Senegalese has been suffering from a tough time at Everton after signing for the Merseyside club in the January transfer window. After the arrival of Ronald Koeman as the Everton manager, it was made clear by the Dutchman that Oumar does not feature in his future plans. While Oumar is gathering some interest, he is desperate for a move out after being stripped off a squad number this summer.

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