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The 2011/12 Barclays Premier League has been hailed as one of the most exciting in the League's 20- year history. The Manchester teams would set the pace early and go on to compete in an enthralling final day for the Championship, at the bottom of the table the battle for survival was equally intense as the newly promoted teams delivered some truly memorable performances.

Goals of the Season 2011/12 captures those spectacular scoring moments that took place and made the nation cheer in awe and amazement of such talent. For example Papiss Ciss誰誰ï申ï申誰ï申ï申©'s magical goal for Newcastle United, Robin van Persie's outstanding form, totalling 30 goals, earning him the Barclay's Golden Boot, and Wayne Rooney, Emmanual Adabyor, Clint Dempsey, David Silva and many more.

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