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Andre Onana amongst Nominees for Premier League player of the season

by Lesley Ngwa
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Cameroon’s talented goalkeeper, André Onana, has emerged as a standout nominee for the Premier League Team of the Season. His exceptional contributions between the sticks have garnered attention and accolades.

Onana finds himself in an esteemed company, nominated alongside nine other goalkeepers. Notably, Arsenal’s David Raya, the Premier League Goalkeeper of the Season, is among his competitors.

This recognition speaks volumes about Onana’s impact in his debut Premier League campaign.

With 36 games under his belt, Onana has been a consistent presence guarding the net. His 149 saves stand out as the highest in the entire Premier League.Notably, his crucial save against Burnley earned him the coveted “Save of the Month” title.

Out of the 18 wins secured by his team, Onana played a pivotal role in nine clean sheets.His ability to launch precise long balls and execute goal kicks has further solidified his position as Manchester United’s trusted custodian.

The Premier League Team of the Season features 60 shortlisted players across various positions. Fans and football enthusiasts have until Tuesday, May 28 to cast their votes for the best team.

André Onana’s journey from Cameroon to the Premier League exemplifies determination, skill, and unwavering commitment. As the public weighs in, his remarkable season awaits its rightful recognition.

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