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National League Team of the Season - Goalkeeper

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We did this last season so I thought we may as well do it again. Simply put your pick for the goalkeeper in bold and the goalkeeper with the most votes wins and becomes the goalkeeper in our TOTY. Only rule is you can't pick your own teams player as if that's allowed everyone will do it.

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I'd vote for Jake Cole (Woking). He's made the most saves in the division (202) and has been our second best player behind Goddard this season.

As I can't vote for Cole, I'm going for Jon Worsnop. He's been class for Chester this season.
 

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Ross Flitney of Eastleigh was top class at BP.
 

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I'm going to vote purely on the best individual display I saw against Macc - and that was from Mitch Walker at Dover.
 
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I think goalkeeper is the only position I don't have a clear name in mind for. McKeown, Walker, King and Drench are the ones I've been most impressed by.

Ah, fuck it.

Mitch Walker, Dover Athletic.
 

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If I was allowed to vote for him, I'd say Scott Davies, because I genuinely believe he is the best. But since I'm not allowed to vote for him, I'll say McKeown at Grimsby.
 
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The alty keeper, oh wait the best... Probably Dillon Philips before he got injured
 

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Tim Deasy has to be the ultimate in non-league keppers.

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Dillon Phillips
 

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Judging only on keepers I've seen play against us, it'll have to be (maybe surprisingly to some) Marek Rodak (Welling). Prevented us from scoring 4 or 5 at their place.
 

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Going purely by what I witnessed this season, I have to go with Will Norris (Braintree).

I genuinely believe Dillon was the best keeper this season though, some of his saves single-handedly won us points that got us promoted (look at the Wrexham and Grimsby games for example).
 

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Love these threads, always the same every year. "Well, seeing as I can't vote for my own player I guess I will say......". "But just to remind you that I'd vote for my own player, IF I COULD".

Dillon Phillips.
 

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As I didn't make it to many games this season I'll go for Ritchie Branagan. Came on as a sub for Macclesfield early on and kept a clean sheet despite heavy pressure.
 

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Love these threads, always the same every year. "Well, seeing as I can't vote for my own player I guess I will say......". "But just to remind you that I'd vote for my own player, IF I COULD".

Foiled again. :gmc:
 

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Love these threads, always the same every year. "Well, seeing as I can't vote for my own player I guess I will say......". "But just to remind you that I'd vote for my own player, IF I COULD".

Dillon Phillips.

I was thinking the same, although i do get why people would vote for their own as they see him play 20+ times a season as opposed to 1 or 2 times somebody from another team.

So on that basis i vote Ross Flitney of Eastleigh as the only keeper who has really stood out for me this season although of course if i could i would vote for James McKeown....... ;)
 

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