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PFA League Two Team of the year 2015/16.

The Terminator

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Adam Smith (Northampton)
George Baldock (Oxford)
Curtis Nelson (Plymouth)
Aaron Pierre (Wycombe)
Joe Jacobson (Wycombe)
Ricky Holmes (Northampton)
John-Joe O'Toole (Northampton)
Matt Crooks (Accrington)
Kemar Roofe (Oxford)
Jay Simpson (Leyton Orient)
Matty Taylor (Bristol Rovers)

Funny thing is, that is probably the same team I would have picked! Enda Stevens was a good shout for left back though.
 
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Surprised we got 2 in there, both are quality but I would say only Pierre is a standout.
 

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Stevens should probably be in there and maybe Ben Davies at right back too, but difficult to argue with otherwise.
 
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Surprised we got 2 in there, both are quality but I would say only Pierre is a standout.

I absolutely love Jacobson, but I agree. IMO Grainger and Benning are better players, Grainger would be in my team. Incidentally I'd have Harriman at right back, maybe Yiadom. (Before Oxford fans yell at me, I haven't seen enough of Baldock to judge)

I like Nelson a lot, but Hartley has impressed me more for Plymouth.

The times I've seen Accrington Crooks has been out, but it's his team mate Conneely I'd have in there, dictated the game when I've seen him.

Would take out Simpson for Carey or Devitt. Team sorted.

Player of the season for me is Pierre. You have no idea how much of a man crush I have on him! Not seen a better player this season, although Holmes pushes him close.
 

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I absolutely love Jacobson, but I agree. IMO Grainger and Benning are better players, Grainger would be in my team. Incidentally I'd have Harriman at right back, maybe Yiadom. (Before Oxford fans yell at me, I haven't seen enough of Baldock to judge).
Yiadom has been at right midfield for most games this season. Usually our right back is Hoyte or Pearson.
 
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Yiadom has been at right midfield for most games this season. Usually our right back is Hoyte or Pearson.

Same with Harriman to be fair. But there isn't a right back beyond them two I'm overly keen on like I am for every other position and neither are getting in at right mid!
 

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Just a quick reminder that everyone who disagrees with the RB decision is wrong.
 

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Our best player has been mchugh this season I and most others would say .doesn't score enough goals but is a brilliant defensive midfielder and I would think that doesn't get as regonised in the polls as much as creative midfielders.slighty suprised Carey and windass aren't in but think if they stayed injury free they definatly would be
 
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Just a quick reminder that everyone who disagrees with the RB decision is wrong.
The only problem is that Baldock is not a League 2 player. He plays for MK Dons who have been in the Championship this season and had a loan spell at a League 2 club. Also the obvious left back should be David Buchanan who has played every minute of every game, for the team that has walked the League, and has very rarely put a foot wrong
 

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The only problem is that Baldock is not a League 2 player. He plays for MK Dons who have been in the Championship this season and had a loan spell at a League 2 club.

Not really a problem because it is quite clear he is eligible for selection. Your other point related to non-Baldock matters and therefore is of no concern to me.
 

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Smith has been by far the best keeper and no one can argue with O'Toole and Holmes being in there.
 

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Exactly! What the fucking fuck are two Wycombe players doing in there?
:fl:

Might have something to do with the fact we have let in the fewest goals in League 2 including 17 clean sheets.
 

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Massive surprise Crooks is in there for us, ive never rated him. But obviously plenty of others do!
 

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Massive surprise Crooks is in there for us, ive never rated him. But obviously plenty of others do!

Thought he was excellent against us at Sixfields
 

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What about Mingoia at Accy....? Always thought he was decent.

Also, as much as it pains me, Liam Sercombe has had a fantastic season for Oxford so should be in with a shout?
 

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