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Kamara - Premiership XI
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Kamara Premiership XI
Chris Kamara's Goals on Sunday Premiership XI
In the final Goals on Sunday of the 2005/6 season, host Chris Kamara picked his Premiership team of the season.
There aren't too many surprises, but as ever, you will be able to debate at least a few selections. Have a look at who he has picked in his 4-3-3 selection and feel free to email Chris with your points of view.
Click here to see Chris Kamara's Championship team of the season.
Goals on Sunday will return for the 2006/7 season in Ausgust 2006
Paul Robinson (Tottenham Hotspur) - Spurs and England's No.1 has had a fantastic season helping Tottenham to their highest ever Premiership finish.
Pascal Chimbonda (Wigan Athletic) - The Frenchman has had a brilliant first season in the Premiership. He has settled into the Wigan back line and weighed in with a couple of goals. Wigan fans will be sorry to see him go.
Jamie Carragher (Liverpool) - The ever-reliable Liverpool man's versatility and tough tackling means he can easily play anywhere across the back four. An FA Cup winners' medal capped a great season.
John Terry (Chelsea) - At centre back who else but John Terry? The Chelsea captain continues to set the standards for other defenders and captained the Blues to another Premiership title.
Kolo Touré (Arsenal) - Alongside Terry is Touré. The Arsenal defender has been outstanding this season and can cap it all off this week with a Champions League winners' medal.
Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal) - Another of Arsenal's fantastic young players, he has stepped into Patrick Vieira's boots magnificently.
Steve Gerrard - Liverpool - The PFA Player of the Year. Week in, week out, the Liverpool skipper is fantastic and put in a man-of-the-match display when Liverpool won the Cup.
Frank Lampard (Chelsea) - Completing the midfield is Frank Lamaprd. Another record-breaking season for Frank who scored an incredible 22 goals from midfield. That makes him a must-have for my team.
Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) - The young genius keeps getting better and better. He won his first medal with Manchester United this season in the Carling Cup and England fans will be praying that he gets fit for the World Cup.
Robbie Keane (Tottenham Hotspur) - Robbie has been in the best form of his career this season, scoring and making some great goals and establishing himself as the number one striker at Spurs.
Thierry Henry (Arsenal) - The master, Thierry Henry; 35 goals in all competitions and still one game to go. Arsenal fans and football fans alike will hope he stays in the Premiership next season.