Written by David Robinson
We at All Out Football posed the simple question on our Twitter account, who should feature in our best League Two XI side. As ever there are always plenty of different opinions in what is usually such a tightly contested division. Here is the verdict our footballing community came to.
Goalkeeper – Trevor Carson
The Hartlepool shot stopper was voted by the fans as the man between the sticks.
Centre Back – Enda Stevens
Stevens arrived in England when he made the move to Villa Park and after numerous loan moves he’s now found a settled home at Portsmouth where he has impressed. To facilitate the formation he comes in on the cover from his preferred left back position.
Centre Back – Aaron Pierre
The Wycombe defender occupies a place in the heart of the defence. He’s helped his side sit in 5th spot with just 5 points separating the Chairboys from an automatic spot.
Centre Back – Joe Jacobson
Another key figure as part of the Wycombe defence, Jacobson is a left back so has been moved out of position in this side.
Left Midfielder – Nathan Thomas
Another Hartlepool player to feature, the winger has been effective for the club since his move from Mansfield and is regarded as the Monkey Hangers best player.
Central Midfielder – Tommy Rowe
A coup for Doncaster Rovers, Tommy Rowe has shown his class at the Keepmoat and his versatility means he can be key in a few positions, this time taking up a central midfield role.
Central Midfielder – Graham Carey
9 goals and 9 assists so far this season means Carey was a popular pick as his creative talents are recognised which have also helped Plymouth sit in second spot.
Right Midfielder – Nicky Adams
A key reason behind Carlisle’s success this season, Adams was also part of Northampton’s heroics last campaign meaning he is no stranger to being on part of the winning side in recent months.
Striker – Omar Bogle
Highly linked with a move to the Championship, Bogle has established himself as a prolific name and is the top scorer with 19 goals this season.
Striker – Scott Kashket
An impressive 71 minutes per goal ratio gets Kashket into this side ahead of some fierce competition. Yet another Wycombe player to make it.
Striker – John Akinde
18 league goals for Akinde puts him as the league’s second top scorer in what has been an impressive season for the Barnet striker.
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