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2010–11 Peterborough United F.C. season

Peterborough United
2010–11 season
Chairman Republic of Ireland Darragh MacAnthony
Manager Scotland Darren Ferguson
League One 4th
FA Cup 3rd Round
League Cup 3rd Round
Football League Trophy 2nd Round
Top goalscorer League:
Mackail-Smith (25)
All:
Mackail-Smith (30)
Highest home attendance 10,116 (30 October vs Brighton & Hove Albion)
Lowest home attendance 2,312 (16 November vs Stockport County)
Average home league attendance 6,396
Home colours
Away colours

During the 2010-11 Peterborough United F.C. season saw the club play in the Football League One after relegation from Football League Championship after spending just the 2009–10 season in the Championship.

Squad

As of 1 March 2011.'[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 England GK Joe Lewis
2 England DF Mark Little
3 England DF Tom Kennedy (on loan from Leicester City)
4 England DF Kelvin Langmead
5 Democratic Republic of the Congo DF Gabriel Zakuani
6 England DF Charlie Lee
7 Australia MF James Wesolowski
8 Republic of Ireland MF Lee Frecklington
9 England FW David Ball
10 Scotland MF George Boyd
11 Northern Ireland MF Grant McCann (club captain)
12 Scotland FW Craig Mackail-Smith
14 England MF Tommy Rowe
No. Position Player
15 England FW Dave Hibbert
16 England DF Ryan Bennett
18 England MF Chris Whelpdale
19 England MF Nathaniel Mendez-Laing (on loan from Wolves)
20 England MF Nathan Koranteng
21 Wales MF Arron Davies
24 England MF Lee Tomlin
27 Wales DF Grant Basey
28 England GK Paul Jones (on loan from Exeter City)
31 England MF Jay Davies
32 England MF Nathan Ralph
England MF Dominic Green
England FW Paul Taylor

Transfers

In

Date Pos. Name From Fee
17 May 2010 FW England David Hibbert England Shrewsbury Town Free[2]
24 May 2010 MF Northern Ireland Grant McCann England Scunthorpe Free[3]
25 May 2010 DF England Mark Little England Wolverhampton Wanderers Free[4]
1 June 2010 MF Australia James Wesolowski England Leicester City Undisclosed[5]
1 July 2010 MF England Nathaniel Mendez-Laing England Wolverhampton Wanderers Loan[6]
1 July 2010 DF England Nana Ofori-Twumasi England Chelsea Free[6]
9 July 2010 MF Wales Arron Davies Unattached Free[7]
6 August 2010 MF England Lee Tomlin England Rushden & Diamonds Undisclosed[8]
6 August 2010 GK England Steve Collis England Bristol City Undisclosed
23 September 2010 MF England Matthew Gill England Norwich City Loan
1 November 2010 DF Wales Lewin Nyatanga England Bristol City Loan
9 November 2010 MF England Adam Clayton England Leeds United Loan
12 November 2010 DF England Marcus Williams England Reading Loan
6 January 2011 FW England Kieran Agard England Everton Loan
7 January 2011 FW England Jonathan Obika England Tottenham Hotspur Loan
20 January 2011 DF England Tom Kennedy England Leicester City Loan
21 January 2011 DF England Grant Basey England Barnet Free
31 January 2011 GK England Paul Jones England Exeter City Loan
31 January 2011 FW England David Ball England Manchester City Undisclosed
28 February 2011 FW England Paul Taylor Unattached Free

Competitions

League One

FA Cup

League Cup

Football League Trophy

References

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