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    PFA Teams of the Year

    Two ex-Millers loan players there, Kieffer Moore (League 1) and Harry Toffolo (League 2).

    https://www.skysports.com/football/n...-in-league-two
    Last edited by great_fire; 24-04-2019 at 11:15 PM.

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    Surprised that Newell didn't make the Championship team.

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    Last player we had in the Championship team? Possibly, Jack Grainger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jocksgloves View Post
    Last player we had in the Championship team? Possibly, Jack Grainger.
    If you mean while playing for Rotherham United the answer is none and it's been running since the 1973Ė74 season.

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    Tom Mcallister
    Alan Crawford
    Gerry Forrest twice
    John Breckin three times
    Andy Williams
    Billy Russell
    Tony Grealish
    Shaun Goodwin twice
    Bobby Williamson
    Mike Pollitt
    Ian Sharps
    Nicky Law twice
    Adam Le Fondre
    Ben Pringle

    Never at this level although Ronnie was very unlucky in 1981/2 after ending top scorer only to miss out to Simon Stainrod.

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    In the Premiership team of the year, Man City players, Liverpool players plus Pogba.

    Why Pogba?

    A massively overrated player thatís done very little to repay the massive transfer fee that Man Utd paid for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    In the Premiership team of the year, Man City players, Liverpool players plus Pogba.

    Why Pogba?

    A massively overrated player that’s done very little to repay the massive transfer fee that Man Utd paid for him.
    Plays well for France but that shouldn't count.

    It's who the players vote for isn't it? He's probably a role model to them since he appears to be running the club and tells the managers what to do rather than vice-versa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by great_fire View Post
    Plays well for France but that shouldn't count.

    It's who the players vote for isn't it? He's probably a role model to them since he appears to be running the club and tells the managers what to do rather than vice-versa.

    You could be right there.

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