Dele Alli (part 1)

Dele Alli deserves the PFA Young Player of the Year award in the 2015/2016 season. There are comparisons with Steven Gerrard, or even Bryan Robson. Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed that Alli is the best midfielder in the country after Paul Gascoigne retired. His speed is also impressive: before winning the PFA Noble Prize for about a year, Alli was still just one player in the League One.
• Full name: Bamidele Jermaine Alli
• Date of birth: 11/04/1996
• Location: Central midfielder
• Club: Tottenham Hotspur (46 matches, 10 goals, 11 goals, 76.6% accuracy)
• First professional match: MK Dons – Cambridge City (02/11/2012)
• Number of calls for England national team: 7
Joining Milton Keynes Dons youth training center at the age of 11, Dele Alli quickly became one of the youngest players here. After five years, the boy born in 1996 has been playing in the FA Cup, the oldest arena in England fog. As soon as he saw Alli’s first touch in the A-League shirt (a heel kick), coach Karl Robinson immediately thought of finding someone … to replace the midfielder because he thought MK Dons could not be. The ocean is large enough for Alli’s talent to flutter. Only one movement, confidence and even the capacity to use the personal technique of Alli are fully revealed. It was Robinson who said that Alli was a rare player capable of catching the ball, pinning an opposing player and shooting wide in 30 seconds.
In the 2013/14 season, Dele Alli is included in MK Dons official squad. Manchester United fans must have missed the Red Devils’ 0-0 face-off against the tiny team nearly two years ago, and none other than Alli was the main factor in the win. After the glorious victory of the home team, Alli was pursued by Liverpool and Aston Villa, but chose to go to White Hart Lane to work with coach Mauricio Pochettino.

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