Ten Dark Horses From The Premier League

Benjamin RogersAnalyst ISeptember 5, 2008

The time has finally come, the Premier league version of The "Dark Horse" saga has arrived.

The past three articles from the "Dark Horse" series have been focused on Serie A, La Liga , and the Bundesliga. They have unearthed some good points and views.

Great comments and suggestions have been made to me about players that dont get much attention and people are happy I mentioned them. Many of the fans of the "Dark Horse" saga have been waiting for the Premier League version.

If you are confused about the term "Dark Horse", please take a look at my article "Ten Dark Horses from the Bundesliga", as it gives four reasons as to what it means in my opinion.

Here we go then...

Name : Lukas Fabianski

Position : GK

Country : Poland

Age : 22

Current Club : Arsenal

Name : Jack Wilshere

Position : CM

Country : England

Age : 16

Current Club : Arsenal

Name : Carlos Vela

Position : ST

Country : Spain

Age : 18

Current Club : Arsenal

Name : Amr Zaki

Position : ST

Country : Egypt

Age : 24

Current Club : Wigan Athletic

Name : Teemu Tainio

Position : CM

Country : Finland

Age : 29

Current Club : Sunderland

Name : Djibril Cisse

Position : ST

Country : France

Age : 27

Current Club : Sunderland

Name : Steven Pienaar

Position : CM

Country : South Africa

Age : 26

Current Club : Everton

Name : Heurelho Gomes

Position : GK

Country : Brazil

Age : 27

Current Club : Spurs

Name : Vedran Corluka

Position : CB

Country : Croatia

Age : 22

Current Club : Spurs

Name : Fabrice Muamba

Position : CM

Country : England

Age : 19

Current Club : Bolton

Well there we go, the list has been made.

If you have any questions, or you wish to mention a player that you think is a "Dark Horse" and should be in the article—or even one that shouldn't be—please leave a comment and I will get back to you.

As always, enjoy the read.

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