Revealed: Sunderland player features in League One team of the season - according to scouts
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The Irish stopper enjoyed a solid season for Gillingham and beat off stiff competition to make it into this team, chosen by scouts.
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Assists-king Liam Feeney finished second place in the Blackpool Gazette's player of the season award.
The left-back has impressed for Gareth Ainsworth's Wycombe Wanderers this season, even chipping in with the odd goal. He'll be hoping to contribute as the Chairboys try and navigate the play-offs.
The defender has impressed for Karl Robinson's side this campaign, leading to interest from Fulham, Middlesbrough and Reading.
The 21-year-old, on loan from Stoke City, has had a crackings season for Joey Barton and is among the Fleetwood loanees permitted to remain with the club for the play-offs.
The ex-Barnsley man has enjoyed a superb campaign for Stanley, recording eight goals and five assists and has been linked with a move to Jack Ross' Hibernian, Peterborough United and Portsmouth.
Crooks impressed for the Millers this season, one which saw Paul Warne's side promoted to the Championship.
Possibly League One's most impressive player this season. The Posh forward scored a huge 24 goals before the season was curtailed, bagging five assists as well. Peterborough United eventually finished seventh and outsids of the play-offs on PPG.
The striker nabbed an impressive 15 goals as the Tangerines struggled with inconsistency, eventually finishing 13th in League One.
The forward had been in top form for Pompey this season before the league was suspended due to the COVID-19 crisis back in March, netting 11 goals and bagging five assists.
The Scot was one of Sunderland's top performers and creative influence in a side struggling to score goals. Maguire ended the season with 10 goals and nine assists as Sunderland missed out on the play-offs.