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The Dream Team Episode Four – The Right-backs

The Official African Banking Partner of the Premier League, will choose The Dream Team—our most prominent XI picked from African players who included in the first class. 

The models is basic; we'll select players for each position in our group week by week, with players qualified just in the event that they played during the Premier League time and they addressed an African public group. 

Edouard Mendy, Lucas Radebe, Kolo Toure and Celestine Babayaro have effectively taken their places in the Dream Team guard, yet who will go along with them at right-back? 

Who passed up a major opportunity? 

Egypt team Ahmed Fathy and Ahmed Elmohamady have recently missed the mark regarding making our four-man waitlist, as has previous Arsenal right-back Emmanuel Eboue. 

For the entirety of his accomplishments with Ghana—remarkably at the 2010 World Cup—John Paintsil didn't do what's needed to take care of business either, in spite of his exhibitions with Fulham and West Ham United. 


Geremi showed up in England with some massive family, having won two Champions Leagues with Real Madrid just as a couple of consecutive Africa Cup of Nations titles with Cameroon. 

He was a fine crew player at Chelsea, appreciated for his adaptability, his specialized capacity and his work rate, while he likewise struck a mean set piece. 

The Central African was a group victor with the Blues, and furthermore addressed Middlesbrough and Newcastle United. 


Without a doubt the most extraordinary African right-back of the Premier League period—maybe one of the best right-backs of any ethnicity—Lauren was an individual from Arsenal's notorious Invincibles side. 

While he was a more failed to remember individual from that side, he was a vital figure in an unbelievable safeguard, and got his hand on the Premier League title during his time in North London. 

Considerably more amazingly, Lauren wasn't so much as a right-back when he showed up in England, in spite of the fact that Arsene Wenger unmistakably saw gigantic potential in the previous winger. 

Serge Aurier 

Like one of our left-back competitors—Taye Taiwo—Aurier's greatest years were spent in France, with the right-back here and there battling to hit his best structure in the Premier League. 

While he stays a deadly weapon going ahead for Tottenham Hotspur, with his incredible running and sublime conveyance, there have additionally been the pivotal breaches, the rash handles, and disciplinary issues. 

Maybe the exceptional African right-back of his age - and a previous African boss—however the Premier League maybe hasn't seen Aurier at his best reliably enough.

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