Best Cheerleader: Mesut Ozil
Not included in any of the squads this season has not resulted in Ozil being any less influential than he normally would be.
Joining the swathes of sofa supporters who can’t attend games, his regular predicitions – even choosing goalscorers – has been thoroughly enjoyable to behold (so too has been him slagging off Piers Morgan).
A great show of spirit from the German.
Biggest Hardman: Kieran Tierney
Whether it’s not not backing down to loud-mouthed opponents or getting straight back up from a hefty challenge, Kieran Tierney don’t take no s**t.
He gave Alioski a piece of his mind, stood up to Pepe on more than one occasion, but most notably, never worse clothes that went beyond his joints.
Even in freezing temperatures he wore shorts and short-sleeved shirts. Proper Scotsman.
Disappearing Act: William Saliba
Sol Campbell infamously left Highbury at half-time after being substituted for his own good, and it appears William Saliba has done something similar.
Well, not at all, really, just that we saw him for 45 minutes against MK Dons and never since in the senior side.
The reasons for that, and why they’re wrong or right, we won’t go into, so instead let’s pretend Saliba has done his best Houdini impression and will magically appear on top of Big Ben in the New Year.