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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old April 26th, 2004, 23:46 Thread Starter
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PFA Divisional Teams of the Year

Division One


Robert Green - Norwich City

Phil Jagielka - Sheffield United
Danny Gabbidon - Cardiff City
Malky Mackay - Norwich City
Julio Arca - Sunderland

Jason Koumas - West Bromwich Albion
Tim Cahill - Millwall
Michael Carrick - West Ham United
Andrew Reid - Nottingham Forest

Robert Earnshaw - Cardiff City
Andrew Johnson - Crystal Palace







Division Two


Steven Phillips - Bristol City

Louis Carey - Bristol City
Graham Coughlan - Plymouth
Danny Cullip - Brighton
Gino Padula - QPR

Carlos Edwards - Wrexham
David Friio - Plymouth
Brian Tinnion - Bristol City
Richard Wellens - Blackpool

Leon Knight - Brighton
Scott Taylor - Blackpool







Division Three


Chris Weale - Yeovil

Nathan Stanton - Scunthorpe
Andrew Crosby - Oxford
Efe Sodje - Huddersfield
Andrew Dawson - Hull

Peter Beagrie - Scunthorpe
Michael McIndoe - Doncaster
Alex Russell - Torquay
Liam Lawrence - Mansfield

David Graham - Torquay
Lee Trundle - Swansea
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old April 26th, 2004, 23:56 Thread Starter
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Division One:

Good to see Malky & Greeno' in there!

But if the voting had been done at a later date I think Hucks' would of been in instead of Earnshaw (even though Earnshaw has scored a lot of goals ...)


I'm not sure about the inclusion of Carrick either ...has he really been that good for West Ham? You guys tell me?






Division Two

Well firstly I'm not sure about the keeper imo Mossy has been better than him!

IMO it should of been McCormack(spelling???) of Plymouth if not Mossy.





Division Three

The player that stands out for me is McIndoe.
He is a class act,
its a shame Yeovil couldn't keep hold of him
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I'm not sure that Malkay or Gabbidon have played better than Tomas Gaardsoe at Centre Back. He's undoubtedly the best player for us hence the viking celbrations at Reading this weekend. He was Ipswich's PotS last year.

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not a great follower of div 1, but I think Koumas should win it, on Sky News everytime they bring West Brom highlights he either has an assist or scores himself

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PFA Fans Player of the Year Awards:-

Division One - Darren Huckerby


Division Two - Neil Moss


Division Three - Lee harper ....erm .... who?
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post #6 of 8 (permalink) Old April 28th, 2004, 21:03
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Carrick's form was excellent after late January, coninciding with his parnership with Mullins in centre midfield. His form was spectacular from then until around March, but since Reo-Coker played alongside him his form has dropped slightly.

He isn't consistent enough to warrant a place in team of the year, IMO.

Etherington, on the other hand, has been consistently excellent and it's a travesty he isn't in there.
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Etherington, on the other hand, has been consistently excellent and it's a travesty he isn't in there.
I remember Spurs had a young player at the start of last season with the same name, or a similar one, could it be the same player?

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The same. Came to us with money as part of the Kanoute deal. By far Roeder's greatest signing.

Came to us low on confidence but he has the ability and talent so his true form came back soon enough....
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