The Premier League Team of the Year was announced this week and as expected it was dominated by Liverpool and Manchester City players.

As always there is hot debate as to who should or shouldn’t have been selected, but one name seems to be heard more than others.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

The right back berth was taken by Trent Alexander-Arnold.

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Not only was the 21-year-old overlooked for the TOTY, but also Young Player of The Year.

Roy Hodgson remained diplomatic by his man’s omission ahead of their penultimate home game against Everton.

“You never know whether to be surprised,” said Hodgson.

“Does he deserve to be?

“Not many people would deny he has had a fantastic season, but it is a strong group, and whether the fact there is another right-back in there [Alexander-Arnold] has a bearing, I don't know.

“As far as I am concerned, it should be enough to know what we feel and for experts to say what a wonderful player he is.

“Hopefully he will be able to put that behind him.”

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Not only did the right back have support from his manager, but social media was a buzz with the Eagle missing out on a spot in both gongs.