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PFA league One team of the year

Darryl Flahavan - Southend United
Made some cracking saves at Bescot worth his place I think.

Greg Halford - Colchester United

Highly-rated former England Under 20 international who is equally comfortable at right back or in midfield. His height caused us problems and is useful on the floor for a big man, played a vital part in there 0-2 Bescot win

Sam Sodje Brentford
'He not Effe he's his brother' my chant of the year, the players not bad either, although played better against us last year.
Strong central defender and a real crowd favourite, he also weighs in with a few goals.

Adam Barrett - Southend United
A bit of a surprise to me didn't look anything other than a big stopper in the games against Walsall


Gareth Roberts - Tranmere Rovers

Played well in the games against us, good getting forward but again don't think we saw the real Gareth Roberts, especially at Bescot.

Neil Danns - Colchester United

An energetic and skilful midfielder with an eye for goal, he, The player I have liked most from league one this season. Like Matty Fryatt has this air of confidence which suggests he will play at a higher level.

Lee Trundle - Swansea City
It's been goals all the way (again) for the Swansea favourite. Best striker in the division in my opinion. His ability on the deck for a big guy always takes you by surprise. H at last month's Football League awards.



Andy Robinson - Swansea City

It is good to see him getting reconised out side the valleys a bit of an unsung hero of Swanseas rise up the leagues. A free kick expert, certainly a goal threat as he has proved by netting double figures in League One this season.

Kevin Maher - Southend United

Was named in last season's League Two Team of the Year, Played with an injury against us but still competed well.

Michael McIndoe - Doncaster Rovers

Currently on loan at Derby County,has also Scotland'B' international honours.Gained national coverage in Donny's cup run well worth his place in the side.

,Billy Sharp - Scunthorpe United

Teenage striker who has made a real impact in his first full season of league football. Signed last summer for 100,000 from Sheffield United, he is the Irons' top scorer this term and looks to have a big future in the game.




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Date:Monday April 24 2006

Time: 9:41AM

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No Walsall players...no shock there then
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i was going to say that! i`m glad we wont be playing you again for a while!, never could beat you!
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