After the release of the Community Team of the Season, another Team of the Season (TOTS) roster has also joined in on the action – the EFL Team of the Season!
If you are unfamiliar, the EFL consists of three separate league divisions in English Football, being the EFL Championship, EFL League One and EFL League Two in chronological order of league tiers respectively.
Each season, teams will battle it out against each other in their respective divisions to obtain promotion into the higher-tier leagues for better prize winnings and boasting rights accordingly – with the ultimate goal of entering the English Premier League becoming the obvious end goal.
So who are the players in question under the new EFL Team of the Season?
EFL TEAM OF THE SEASON
– Tim Krul (Norwhich City): TOTS 86
- Dutch veteran goalkeeper, Tim Krul continues to be a formidable goalkeeper for The Canaries, helping the team achieve promotion to the Barclays Premier League next season by winning the EFL Championship this time around.
– Max Aarons (Norwhich City): TOTS 87
- The exciting young full-back has been wowing scouts from all over Europe due to his impressive pace and agility. He will most likely be associated as the next up-and-coming offensive defender after another player known to be the best English right-back at the moment – Liverpool’s Trent Alexander Arnold.
– Michal Helik (Barnsley): TOTS 86
- Michal Helik, a Polish international footballer, has been marshalling Barnsley’s defences with great composure and guts, helping his team reach the Third Round of the EFL Cup before Barnsley’s collapse of 6-0 to Chelsea, besides keeping them strong in their 6th-place finish in the EFL Championship.
– Ricardo Santos (Bolton Wanderers): TOTS 85
- Underappreciated Portuguese centre back, Ricardo Santos could easily be playing for any Premier League team at the moment, but his dedication to see through his playing time with Bolton Wanderers ensured the team’s eventual success for promotion to the ELF League One next season.
– Emiliano Buendia (Norwhich City): TOTS 91
- Emi Buendia is a top talent in the EFL Championship, scoring fourteen (14) goals and assisting sixteen (16) others this season. Without him, Norwich would not have achieved their eventual promotion to the English Premier League next season.
– Paul Mullin (Cambridge United): TOTS 85
- The 26-year old Englishman is a constant attacking pivot for Cambridge United in EFL League Two, scoring an astounding twenty nine (29) goals for his team to ensure their 2nd-place finish at the end of the current season.
– Will Hughes (Watford): TOTS 88
- Watford’s promotion to the English Premier League next season is hugely down to the team’s consistent overall performances on the pitch. However, Will Hughes has been a big influence towards their current team achievements too, covering the defensive backline with his profound tackling capabilities and defensive awareness in the middle of the field.
– Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld (Bournemouth): TOTS 88
- Groeneveld has impressed his colleagues this season by racking up fifteen (15) goals and seven (7) assists for The Cherries in the EFL Championship this season. His exploits will undoubtedly attract plenty of interests from others in England as well as abroad too, so Bournemouth will be on high alert to keep their prized asset at the Vitality Stadium as best as they can.
– Teemu Pukki (Norwhich City): TOTS 89
- An experienced goal poacher in both the EFL Championship as well as the Premier League, Teemu Pukki contributed immensely to Norwich’s eventual return to the EPL by scoring twenty five (25) goals for them, making their dream return amongst the top flight of English football a reality once more.
– Ivan Toney (Brentford): TOTS 90
- The 25-year old Englishman is the current leading goalscorer in EFL Champhionship, leading the scoring charts with twenty nine (29) goals to his name to keep Brentford in contention for an EPL Qualification Play-Off match come the end of the season.
– Jonson Clarke-Harris (Peterborough United): TOTS 88
- Another current leading goalscorer, Peterborough’s Jonson Clarke-Harris is also dominating the goalscoring sheets with a tally of twenty nine (29) goals to his name in the EFL League One, helping his team achieve second (2nd) place in hopes of securing a promotion to the EFL Championship next season.
LB – Callum Elder (Hull City): TOTS 85
CAM – George Honeyman (Hull City): TOTS 85
CAM – Matt Jay (Exeter City): TOTS 85
CM – Jorge Grant (Lincoln City): TOTS 85
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