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Lincoln players dominate League Two Team of the Year

Lincoln players dominate League Two Team of the Year
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Danny Cowley's side have led from the front.

Champions Lincoln make up the backbone of the Professional Footballers' Association League Two Team of the Year 2019.

Danny Cowley's side secured the title with a draw against play-off hopefuls Tranmere on Easter Monday.

Defenders Neal Eardley, Jason Shackell and Harry Toffolo all made the XI voted for by their fellow players, along with 15-goal forward John Akinde.

PA Graphic
PA Graphic

Mansfield have defender Krystian Pearce and Tyler Walker, the on-loan Nottingham Forest striker who has bagged 21 league goals, included as the Stags also hunt down an automatic promotion place.

Bury goalkeeper Joe Murphy is in the PFA selection, joined by midfield duo Danny Mayor and Jay O'Shea.

There are, though, no players included from MK Dons, who remain in the battle for a top-three finish.

Tranmere Rovers' forward James Norwood (centre) (PA)
Tranmere forward James Norwood (centre) has enjoyed a successful campaign in front of goal (Mike Egerton/PA)

Play-off chasing Tranmere have 27-goal forward James Norwood named in the PFA side, while Forest Green midfielder Reece Brown also makes the XI.

The players will be honoured at the PFA's annual awards ceremony in London on Sunday April 28.

PFA League Two Team of the Year 2019: Joe Murphy (Bury); Neal Eardley (Lincoln), Jason Shackell (Lincoln), Krystian Pearce (Mansfield), Harry Toffolo (Lincoln); Danny Mayor (Bury), Jay O'Shea (Bury), Reece Brown (Forest Green); James Norwood (Tranmere), John Akinde (Lincoln), Tyler Walker (Mansfield)


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