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1FF L1 Team of the Year - Right Back

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Usual rules apply chaps. ONE BOLDED nomination who does NOT play for the team you support.

Deadline is 9pm on Monday.
 
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Nathan Byrne

Tore us apart at home and apparently did well in the away game too.
 

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As we can't vote for our own, it would have to be Nathan Byrne. Bloody good full back and gets forward well too.
The number 2 from the Spireites was impressive yesterday I must say, until Joe Bryan decided to rip him a new arse!
 

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Nathan Byrne, hope we look at him in the summer.
 

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You'd vote for Little CU?
 

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Nathan Byrne

He should literally get every single vote.
 

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You'd vote for Little CU?
Not really mate, Byrne is a quality player IMHO.
Tav looks the part at the mo though and could have pushed Byrne close if we had him all season. Lovely dilemma for Cott's IF we sign him.
 

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Happy to go with the PFA on this one - Nathan Byrne.

Quality player, and been very impressive everytime I've seen him play.

Should win this with relative ease.
 

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Mark Little

Didn't play against us in either of the League games but he was immense in the JPT final.
 

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Little had a blistering start to the season - but went through a few sticky spells.

He's a brilliant player although - and considering he was playing twice a week most weeks, with the amount of miles he was covering every game, it's no real surprise he looked somewhat fatigued in the occasional game.

A real hardworker and a great member of the team although.
 

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I'll vote for Brayford from what I've seen.

PS not sure how a City player is gonna make this team as half the forum cant vote for 'em.
 

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Most of the L1 section on here are a sensible bunch and will call it as they see it. I expect three or four City players to feature later in this poll.
 

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Didn't see Byrne play this season so I will go for Stephen Darby of Bradford.
 

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As we can't vote for our own, it would have to be Nathan Byrne. Bloody good full back and gets forward well too.
The number 2 from the Spireites was impressive yesterday I must say, until Joe Bryan decided to rip him a new arse!
Darikwa had one of his more quieter games yesterday, but he is a top full back, one of the best in the league.

My vote goes to Nathan Byrne
 

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I can't really think of anyone who has stood out over the season but I thought Ayling was decent in our defeat at Ashton Gate so my vote goes to Luke Ayling.

 

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I can't really think of anyone who has stood out over the season but I thought Ayling was decent in our defeat at Ashton Gate so my vote goes to Luke Ayling.
Ayling has been superb this season but is he our right back? Is Little a right back? Officially it's Little but it's certainly open for debate at times as Little can play more like a winger than a full back and Ayling is officially one of our 3 centre halves.
 

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Ayling has been superb this season but is he our right back? Is Little a right back? Officially it's Little but it's certainly open for debate at times as Little can play more like a winger than a full back and Ayling is officially one of our 3 centre halves.
We don't have full backs, officially.
 

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Darikwa had one of his more quieter games yesterday, but he is a top full back, one of the best in the league.
He looked very good in the first half when Bryan sat a bit deeper but couldn't handle Joe in the second wtgr.
Good player though.
 

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Oh, I thought Little was LB and Ayling was RB. Anyway my vote remains the same.
 

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Ayling looked very much a full back at Deepdale, hence why i've voted for him, I thought he was Bristol City's best player.
 

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Ayling looked very much a full back at Deepdale, hence why i've voted for him, I thought he was Bristol City's best player.
That's the thing with the way we play. At times it's a back 3 in a 3-5-2 and at others it's a back 5 in a 5-3-2. It's a fluid style which has really clicked. If it will work upstairs, remains to be seen.
Ayling's class all the same.
 

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