Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool have all benefited from brilliant Dutch players in the Premier League – but who has been the best player from the Netherlands to grace England’s top flight?
The birthplace of Johan Cruyff, total football and a host of technically gifted footballers, some of the best players of the Premier League era have been from the Netherlands.
And as part of our end of season awards we’re holding a vote to determine who has been the best since the inception of the Premier League in 1992.
The has been a host of clinical goalscorers, such as Ruud van Nistelrooy, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Dennis Bergkamp, but there has also been exciting midfielders, resolute defenders and clutch goalkeepers.
We’re also holding votes on a host of nationalities, as well as a number of kits in order to find out the best shirt of the era.
Makes sure you vote in them all, otherwise you can’t complain if you don’t agree with the results.
It is now ridiculously tight.
Yes, Mick McCarthy shouting “f*ck off” makes it.
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A class act from Danny Rose.
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Some brilliant insight from United’s lynchpin.
This is just phenomenal.
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Pep visited Wenger’s house as a player.