11th February 2013 - 11th April 2013
Centre-back Denzil Waller
had an amazing few months! As shown above, he made his Peterborough first team debut and performed really well, whilst also breaking records. He managed to also gain his second ever first team appearance in a 1-1 draw with Reading in the league again, where he again got a good match rating, this time it being 7.2 after he was subbed on the 77th minute. Denzil also made his Scotland Under 21s debut against Cyprus Under 21s in a friendly, before getting a second cap early on in April. Peterborough sit last in the nPower Championship though and are looking set for relegation.
helped Naval Under 19s wrap up the Portuguese Under 19s Group 1 crown early, as they sit 15 points clear at the top. He can be very happy with his contribution to the accomplishment, as he chipped in 9 assists and 2 goals in 31 appearances.
has continued to play for Hull Under 18s and has wracked up 34 appearances with 1 goal, 4 assists, 1 MotM, 9 yellows and 1 red card in a season when he has been instrumental in the Under 18s campaign, they sit 8th in their group currently.
Australian striker Shane Swanston
has continued his good form in his first full season while staying injury free recently. His stats sit at 32 appearances with 8 goals, 4 assists, 1 MotM, 3 yellow cards and a match rating of 6.79 overall.
The hit and miss season Andy Bone
has been having continues with the striker being as inconsistent as ever. His goal droughts are always noted in the media before he then scores goals in patches, so far he has managed only 6 goals in 39 appearances though and as a striker he really needs to work on his goal to game ratio.
has shown good strength of character to again battle back from a serious injury and come back with some really good form. His recent return has seen his match rating rise to 6.97 overall and he has also grabbed 1 MotM award and 2 more assists from left-back.
' learning curve continues as another injury to Dean Brill means he has come back into the Barnet first team. In only the 2nd minute of the league game against Crawley the Barnet goalkeeper Brill was injured and Daní came on, though his Barnet team lost 4-1, he did manage a match rating of 6.5 overall.