I shouldn’t think this video requires too much of an introduction, but I will point out that the Premier League Goal of the Season award has only actually been running for the last three seasons, so it would be impossible for us to look at the last 7 Premier League Goal of the Season winners by the Premier League’s own judgement.
This is of course HITC Sevens, and in this chaotic world in which I now do XI’s and other such non-sevens based videos, sometimes it’s nice to restore some order and normality with a good old fashioned seven. Sometimes, on particularly enthralling occasions, we even manage to slip a second seven in there for good measure, such as my video on the 7 best teenagers 7 years ago and where are they now.
Sheffield United saw Jamie Vardy score at Bramall Lane on Saturday afternoon.
The Foxes striker opened the scoring for Brendan Rodgers' side at Bramall Lane in the Premier League.
We just did a video on the best footballer at every height from 5’1” to 6’11”, yes, that’s right, 6’11” - so go and give that a watch if you haven’t already - but making that video gave me another idea. I have lost count of the amount of times I’ve heard of a club releasing a player or turning them down following an impressive trial because they’re quote, too small, too short or too weak.
As we come to the end of the 2018-19 season, there are several players who have had remarkable breakout seasons. Declan Rice, Joao Felix and Luka Jovic are just three examples of players who have performed above and beyond just about anyone’s wildest expectations. This, of course, is the case with a number of players every season, and some such players are labelled with the tag ‘one-season wonder’.
The Magpies ace was prolific in April but Leicester's Jamie Vardy beat him to the Premier League monthly accolade.
Leicester City have lost to Tottenham Hotspur.
Leicester linked with raid on Newcastle.
Tottenham must look to Jamie Vardy.
Liverpool have been linked with making a move for Jadon Sancho, who caught the eye for England in midweek.
Giovani Lo Celso will have to wait for his first Tottenham Hotspur start as he is set to spend some time on the sidelines.
Tottenham Hotspur appear to have Yago Santiago back with the club.
Rangers have already agreed to sign Northern Ireland midfielder Charlie Lindsay from Glentoran.
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard took some flak during Vincent Kompany testimonial, despite not being there.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Giovani Lo Celso faces a short spell on the sidelines.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon was criticised by West Bromwich Albion over his treatment of Oliver Burke.
Fabian Ruiz has shone under Carlo Ancelotti in Serie A and Liverpool are reportedly battling Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich to sign him.
Rangers will welcome Charlie Lindsay to the club next summer.
Celtic are preparing for a UEFA Europa League opener against Rennes and the youngster will be the most hyped player on the pitch.
Everton are reportedly keen on Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy.
Just one remains at Leicester with the other six scattered around England, including Chelsea and Tottenham stars.
A 26-year-old factory worker from Leicester has become the first player to graduate from Jamie Vardy’s non-league academy and earn a professional contract. Danny Newton, who scored 34 goals for Tamworth last season, has signed for Stevenage after convincing the League Two club he deserves an opportunity in the Football League.