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Virgil van Dijk is NOT the Premier League’s best ever defender, says Jason Cundy – ‘John Terry captained Chelsea to the title at 24!’

talkSPORT Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Jason Cundy insists Liverpool star Virgil van Dijk is NOT the Premier League’s best ever defender over Chelsea legend John Terry. Arsenal Invincible Martin Keown recently sparked controversy by claiming Van Dijk is the best centre-back in the Premier League’s history. That is despite Keown himself playing alongside Gunners hero Tony Adams and clashing with […]
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