11 3. Centre back: Virgil van Dijk, 7.43 rating (Southampton) – Van Dijk hasnt been forgotten in the Premier League, despite missing the last four months through injury. Southampton have adapted well without him, but are a far superior unit when the Dutchman is in the team. With the transfer window soon to open, there is uncertainty over whether he will be seen in a Saints shirt again. Hes not short of admirers. 10. Centre forward: Alexis Sanchez, 7.92 rating (Arsenal) – Arsenal have been carried by Sanchez, who scored 24 and assisted 10, for much of this season and hell be hugely frustrated at his side missing out on a Champions League qualifying spot. A player of his quality deserves to be competing in this competition and his future will dominate the back pages over the summer. 11 11 7. Centre midfield: Paul Pogba, 7.71 rating (Manchester United) – With an £89m price tag, expectations were inevitably high upon his return and Pogba still has some way to go before earning widespread plaudits. But he has been key to Uniteds solid midfield and at 24 years old is, remember, not the finished article. 11 9. Right forward: Wilfried Zaha, 7.61 rating (Crystal Palace) – At long last, Zaha has found his feet in the top flight. Hes been Palaces star performer, playing a vital role in their escaping of relegation. His seven goals and nine assists is his best return in the Premier League by a distance. 1. Goalkeeper: Jordan Pickford, 7.04 rating (Sunderland) – click the arrow above, right, to check out the full team of the season according to Dream Team stats – It’s been a breakthrough campaign from Pickford who, despite being a part of a team to suffer relegation, has seen his reputation in the Premier League flourish. Everton are being heavily linked with a move for his signature in the summer. 11 5. Right wing-back: Victor Moses, 7.36 rating (Chelsea) – Nobody could have predicted the season Moses would have in a wing-back role this season. Antonio Conte saw something he admired in him over pre-season and rather than shipping him out on loan as his predecessors had done, kept him in the squad. Its a decision that hugely paid off, with the 26-year-old key to their title triumph. 6. Centre midfield: Kevin De Bruyne, 7.71 rating (Manchester City) – No player registered more than De Bruynes 18 assists this season in the Premier League. City may have disappointed in the title race, but, for the most part, have been immensely entertaining to watch. Much of that is down to the creativity of the Belgian in midfield. 11 11 11. Left forward: Eden Hazard, 7.89 rating (Chelsea) – Hazard has returned to top form. NGolo Kante may have stolen the plaudits for Chelsea, but the Belgians attacking influence has been tremendous this season. Hes contributed 16 goals and five assists in their title-winning campaign and could also get his hands on the FA Cup. 11 8. Left wing-back: Marcos Alonso, 7.44 rating (Chelsea) – Alonso has been imperative to Chelseas success this season. Despite two spells in England before his arrival at Stamford Bridge, the Spaniard was relatively unknown to Premier League fans and has surprised all. Hes been solid defensively and has been effective going forward, scoring six and assisting three. 11 11 Another Premier League season is done and dusted.With the action wrapped up, plenty will have picked their subjective team of the season – but what are the stats saying?Scroll through the gallery above to check out the best XI, based on Dream Team stats, in a 3-4-3 formation.Who would you name in your Premier League team of the season? Let us know by leaving a comment below. 4. Centre back: Aleksandar Kolarov, 7.37 rating (Manchester City) – Kolarovs performances have slipped under the radar this season, but his defensive improvements have been obvious. Of his 29 league appearances, the majority have come in a more central role at the back. Hes responded well to the demands in a new system. 2. Centre back: Nicolas Otamendi, 7.53 rating (Manchester City) – The jury is still out on Otamendi, but he has improved tremendously under the guidance of Pep Guardiola. Hes started 29 games in a City side often changed and is likely to remain a key player next season. 11
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest WhenSeptember 28–30, 9am–5pmWhatThis free statewide event features self-guided, guided or open house tours in each region of the state and highlights homes, businesses, and public buildings that are using green technologies such as solar, wind, geothermal, green design, energy efficiency and more.Participants in 2018 Green Energy Ohio will:Learn about the residential renewable energy processEducate themselves on the technical details and components of different renewable energy systemsNetwork with other Ohio residents who have a passion for renewable energyTalk with industry leaders from the renewable energy sector around the stateSee commercial and corporate energy installations and hear about the benefits to businessesPresented by Green Energy Ohio.Tour websiteTour stops neededEach tour is made possible through site owners who share their hands-on experiences with participants who want to learn more about clean energy technologies. When registering, please indicate which days and times the property will be available for tour participants. A confirmation email will be sent and the site will be shown on the tour map and listed under the appropriate region. The deadline to register as a host site on this year’s Tour is Aug. 31.
Pochettino: Spurs rout a present for my wifeby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham celebrated Christmas with a six goal romp at Everton on Sunday.Mauricio Pochettino’s side had to come from behind at Goodison Park after Theo Walcott swept home Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s low cross from Gylfi Sigurdsson’s defence-splitting pass.Everton’s lead was short-lived as Son Heung-min produced a sublime equaliser from a tight angle following a mix-up between Kurt Zouma and Jordan Pickford.Dele Alli put Spurs ahead for the first time after reacting first to Pickford’s save from Son, then Harry Kane made it 3-1 when Kieran Trippier’s curling free-kick hit a post and rebounded into the England captain’s path.In an entertaining game, Christian Eriksen’s sublime first-time shot extended Tottenham’s lead before Sigurdsson scored a consolation against his former club.Son added the fifth and produced the cross for Kane to make it six, yet victory came at a cost for the free-scoring visitors.Pochettino revealed why 6-2 is a special scoreline: “It’s my present for my wife.”We got married 26 years ago. And a fantastic way to celebrate tonight.”On Deli Alli, who was injured after a clash with Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, he added: “He didn’t feel a big problem. Maybe a little bit tired from Wednesday. I hope it’s not a big issue. It was a precaution.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Auburn Sand Pit WorkoutToday was definitely not a lazy Sunday for some of Auburn’s football players. Tigers’ wide receiver Dhaquille Williams and a couple of his teammates spent some time working out in a sand pit. It’s 92 degrees in Auburn, Ala., today. So it was probably a pretty rough workout. “It’s going to pay off,” Williams said. Auburn opens its 2015 season Sept. 5 against Louisville in the Georgia Dome.
August 16, 2000Dr. Paolo Soleri talkswith Yasha and Wes about the space as reality and the Omega Seed hypothesis duringthis week’s School of Thought session. Paolo and onsite coordinator, Tomiaki Tamura,have returned from a trip to Japan. Photo by: DoctressNeutopia