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5 Saints In League One Team Of Season

5 Saints In League One Team Of Season

Kelvin Davis is the goalie chosen as the best in the league this season. This shows how impressively he has played even with the odd error.

Calderon (Brighton) is right-back and deservedly so with his supreme performances for the sea-gulls.

Jose Fonte is the second of our five players. His commanding presence in our defence has stood the team in fine stead throughout the season.

Greer (Brighton) has also had a superb season as the backbone of the Champions defence.

Dan Harding has had a few question his right to be played before Ryan Dickson but he has had a solid and at times superb season as our left-back.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may have only played for half of the season and may be a bit fortunate to have been selected but his impact when he started playing in the first team was immediate.

Pilkington (Huddersfield)is a player I have liked for quite a while and injury apart has been a key member of the Huddersfield team.

Bennett (Brighton) is another from the leagues champions and has also had a great season.

Adam Lallana has been the star of our team for a couple of seasons now and we have noticed his loss a lot when he has been out through injury. He is probably the best player in the league this season.

Mackail-Smith (Peterborough) has had a marvellous season scoring a hat-full of goals for promotion chasing Peterborough.

Wright-Phillips (Plymouth/Charlton) has scored a few goals including one against us and has surprised a few by the regularity of his scoring.

All in all a solid looking side with plenty of attacking options available to it. Congratulations to all that have been selected for the season's best eleven.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Monday April 18 2011
Time: 4:37PM

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Five - wow! Well done to them!
herringthorpe
18/04/2011 17:42:00
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Great news but right now we should be more interested in our next five games.
sinner92
19/04/2011 14:33:00
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