Vital Posh Player of the Season 2017 / 2018

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Vote for your Peterborough United Player of the Season for the 2017/2018 Sky Bet League One season.

Unlike recent seasons, Posh went into the 2017/18 season with the same manager that had finished the previous season but they didn’t finish with the same manager after Grant McCann had been sacked and replaced with Steve Evans.

That change sadly meant the season hadn’t panned out as everyone had hoped as Posh eventually finished with 64 points in 9th place. It was an improvement on the previous 11th place and 62 points but still not good enough to make the play-offs which eluded them by seven points.

There were some good performances and results during the season while striker Jack Marriott ended with the League One golden boot award.

Jack Marriott - Sky Bet League One Golden Boot 2017-2018 winner

Which players stood out for you over the course of the 2017/2018 season?

We’re not just looking for your player of the year but also who was the best goalkeeper, defender, midfielder and forward?

There were a total of 26 players that pulled on a Posh shirt in the 2017/18 season; thirteen less than last season! All the players feature in the respective ‘positional’ polls but only players who have played in at least 25% of this season’s 58 Posh matches are available for selection in the Player of the Season poll which means just 18 players are vying for your vote.


in the Positional and Player of the Season polls

Voting is open until noon on Sunday, 13th May. Results will be announced after the closing day/time.

Previous winners of the Vital Posh Player of the Season are:

2011/2012 – Craig Alcock
2012/2013 – Bobby Olejnik
2013/2014 – Britt Assombalonga
2014/2015 – Michael Bostwick
2015/2016 – Marcus Maddison
2016/2017 – Ryan Tafazolli

Don’t forget to vote in the following polls that are running at the time of print:

Portsmouth v Posh

Rate The Ref – John Busby
Man of the Match


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