National League Team of the Season - Right Back

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Same again.
Simply put your pick for the RB in bold and the Right Back with the most votes wins and becomes the RB 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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If we're classing him as a RB, like he was for us not sure where he played at Guiseley, James Hurst.
 

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Richard Tait - been superb this season and would have won our player of the year award if Amond hadn't been scoring for fun.
 

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If we're classing him as a RB, like he was for us not sure where he played at Guiseley, James Hurst.
Occasional right back, mostly played right midfield. Good player, i hope he's with us next season.

Richard Tait
 

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Richard Tait - been superb this season and would have won our player of the year award if Amond hadn't been scoring for fun.

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So two posters pick their own player...bodes well.
 

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Andy Halls

Andy Halls played well last season, but he was probably the weakest of the back four we ended the season with, and I definitely think there are better right backs in this league. I would also choose Richard Tait, who particularly impressed when I watched FGR v Grimsby on TV in March.
 

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We never had a right back last season.
 

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Only rule is you can't pick your own teams player as if that's allowed everyone will do it.

Could anyone who has picked a player from their team pick again?

Thanks
 

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Going for the Wembley Double Double - Richard Tait

(Edit: Forgot that Taiter was in the stadium and the bar afterwards but missed playing against Gateshead through injury)

It'll be good to see Taiter and Super Kev Roberts enjoying Wembley again.

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If Dale Bennett doesn't get this it will be a disgrace. The best by a mile.
 

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Despite not seeing him play...

Dale Bennett.
 

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Sam Magri of Dover, he was the best RB we saw last season
 

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