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1FF L1 Team of the Year - Right Midfielder

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Who is the division's best Right Midfielder/Winger? You decide. Usual rules apply.

Deadline is 9pm on Thursday.
 

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Chris Humphrey thought he was Prestons best player at Deepdale against us.
 

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Always tried his bollocks off for us in the Championship and has had a great season.

Edit: Jim O'Brien thanks.
 
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Lots of left wingers being selected on the right...
 

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Lets face it, it's Paddy Madden.
 

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Class Done as a striker to be honest, especially since he's been playing there since he joined Sheff Utd.

Lots of possible candidates for this - but 17 goals off the right side of midfield as I've been told far to many times by Bottega Don is a fantastic record.

Paddy Madden
 
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I think he's mainly been played centrally this season but he can play out there, so Carl Baker.

Harsh on Madden, sorry Don.
 

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I'd like to say we deserve some credit for nurturing him to become the player he is today, but I simply can't. Good goal-scoring tally from the wing, in a bottom half team.
 

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Done plays on the left so surely we all need to revise a few votes or end up with a weird XI with him featuring on both wings.

Can't really think of a right winger though so I'll go with Paddy Madden based on his scoring record. Walsall had a decent right mid against us that was running Spence all over the place but I have no idea who he was.
 

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I think he's mainly been played centrally this season but he can play out there, so Carl Baker.

Harsh on Madden, sorry Don.

Nope, mainly on the wing.

Incidentally, he won Fans Player Of The Year at our awards event last night. Thanks Coventry City.
 

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Against us, Chris Humphrey for me, even though he played as more of a right wingback
 

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Nope, mainly on the wing.

Incidentally, he won Fans Player Of The Year at our awards event last night. Thanks Coventry City.

Ah right nice one, that justifies my vote a bit more then.

Not surprised he won that award, was probably the best player on the pitch in what was a complete stalemate when we played you at Stadium MK.
 

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Done plays on the left so surely we all need to revise a few votes or end up with a weird XI with him featuring on both wings.

Can't really think of a right winger though so I'll go with Paddy Madden based on his scoring record. Walsall had a decent right mid against us that was running Spence all over the place but I have no idea who he was.
If it was at MK then it would of been Anthony Forde, and at the Bezzla it would of been Jordan Cook.

Both the same story of a player, widely inconsistent but decent overall. Wouldn't of deserved a place though.
 

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Ah right nice one, that justifies my vote a bit more then.

Not surprised he won that award, was probably the best player on the pitch in what was a complete stalemate when we played you at Stadium MK.

I was surprised he beat Dele Alli (although he won Player's POTY), Kyle McFadzean and David Martin. Having said that, he is more than deserving.

It is just nice to have a choice again really after the Ben Reeves show last year.
 

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