Date: 24th April 2006 at 9:41am
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Darryl Flahavan – Southend United
Made some cracking saves at Bescot worth his place I think.

Greg Halford – Colchester United

Highly-rated former England Under 20 international who is equally comfortable at right back or in midfield. His height caused us problems and is useful on the floor for a big man, played a vital part in there 0-2 Bescot win

Sam Sodje ? Brentford
‘He not Effe he’s his brother’ my chant of the year, the players not bad either, although played better against us last year.
Strong central defender and a real crowd favourite, he also weighs in with a few goals.

Adam Barrett – Southend United
A bit of a surprise to me didn’t look anything other than a big stopper in the games against Walsall


Gareth Roberts – Tranmere Rovers

Played well in the games against us, good getting forward but again don’t think we saw the real Gareth Roberts, especially at Bescot.

Neil Danns – Colchester United

An energetic and skilful midfielder with an eye for goal, he, The player I have liked most from league one this season. Like Matty Fryatt has this air of confidence which suggests he will play at a higher level.

Lee Trundle – Swansea City
It’s been goals all the way (again) for the Swansea favourite. Best striker in the division in my opinion. His ability on the deck for a big guy always takes you by surprise. H at last month’s Football League awards.



Andy Robinson – Swansea City

It is good to see him getting reconised out side the valleys a bit of an unsung hero of Swanseas rise up the leagues. A free kick expert, certainly a goal threat as he has proved by netting double figures in League One this season.

Kevin Maher – Southend United

Was named in last season’s League Two Team of the Year, Played with an injury against us but still competed well.

Michael McIndoe – Doncaster Rovers

Currently on loan at Derby County,has also Scotland’B’ international honours.Gained national coverage in Donny’s cup run well worth his place in the side.

,Billy Sharp – Scunthorpe United

Teenage striker who has made a real impact in his first full season of league football. Signed last summer for £100,000 from Sheffield United, he is the Irons’ top scorer this term and looks to have a big future in the game.

 

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