Early reports claim Arsenal youngster has won Premier League award

A reputable source has claimed that Arsenal youngster Bukayo Saka has received the Premier League 2021/22 Academy Graduate award.

The Gunners youngster has continued to consistently perform despite his tender age, with him yet to find out if he has managed to defend his Arsenal Player of the Year award from last term.

He appears to have added to his personal accolades this week with the PL 2021/22 award, which isn’t just given to the best young player, but one who is inspirational for his work both on and off the field.

Bukayo Saka is known for his humble and respectful nature, and he is no doubt an inspirational character to get behind, and he stole the hearts of the nation with his performances last summer before having to endure abuse after a penalty shootout, and the way he reacted to that alone is deserving of huge credit.

I wouldn’t bet against him getting the Arsenal Player of the Season award also, although Aaron Ramsdale could well be one who could challenge him this time around.


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  1. Just shows you, that the best team doesn’t always win the champions league, I mean how lucky have Madrid been in the last 4 matches!! 🙄

    1. to be honest Madrid were good today. both teams were. Liverpool only had one clear chance. Madrid had three. They soaked up pressure like they always do. Everyone including me thought their midfield wouldn’t have the legs to handle Liverpool pressure and proven wrong. Well done Madrid. They played a good game.

      1. I just think Madrid way to play is so boring, counter attacking football is one thing but Liverpool was camping in their half pretty much dominated 24 shots 9 on target compared to their 4 shots in total and two on target.

        PSG should of beat them and Chelsea,Man city and Liverpool all was better imo. Zzzzzzzzzzzz

        1. Stats mean nothing unless you make them count bud, history will say Real Madrid just won they’re 14th European cup not that Liverpool had 24 shots.

  2. Great quadruple for Liverpool I’ll be watching the 4 trophies on display during they’re bus parade 💪 Vinny Jr won me £37.50 with the free £5 bet on bet365 lol

  3. My view is that Eddie is developing and if he’s patient enough to play as understudy of a more complete striker, he will get better and better. I find it unfair to second guess this deal just because you don’t think his form would continue. Nobody could predict what future holds, decisions are taken on current conditions with a hope for better future. Many great players had flopped in the past, but such decisions would continue to be taken in future. Laca had not reached his potential as he demonstrated at Lyon, so is Pepe. It happens all the time. Personally I think it’s a good deal, if he fails he could be sold for something instead of letting him go for free. But I wish he succeed, which I strongly believe he will.
    As for Mo I equally happy for him, more never demanded much from the team but his commitment is unquestionable, whenever he is called upon he will always give 200%. He loves this team and always plays for the team. With more added games next season we need backups such as him. The team should release Xhaka in my view, at at least two CM because Partey can’t be guaranteed 90% of the games. Sign two strikers still.

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