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The Posh - Darren Ferguson

Started on 25 May 2013 by mattgullidge
Latest Reply on 16 June 2013 by k1rups
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Great style of writing mate keep it up! :)
This is quality for a first story :) Keep it up.
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The Posh Tipped for Promotion Favourites


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Ferguson's lads are sitting at the top of the npower League 1, 2 points above Bristol City. Both fans and pundits believe they have enough class about them to win this season's title.

Captain Gabriel Zakuani, centre back Michael Bostwick and on-loan midfielder Richard Chaplow have been particularly impressing.

We asked Darren Ferguson the question that is on everybody's lips. 'How long can this unbeaten run go on for?'

'The team is playing really well and they have been impressing me in training. Confidence is high, which is shown in our performances and I think there's enough left in the tank to keep this run going for a while yet.'

'What are your chances of winning the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, or are you only focused on achieving promotion?'

'Although our main objective is to achieve promotion. We have made it far enough in the competition to be definite contenders.'

'Will you be making a move for Richard Chaplow over the coming months?'

'Richard has proved himself worthy of a place in our first team and I will be in talks with Southampton soon. Hopefully we can make a deal.
Another great update! Keep it up!
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Great story, better than mine anyway
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Fergie Takes Injuries Lightly


Peterborough United boss, Darren Ferguson has reported that midfielders Danny Swanson and Richard Chaplow will be out for 4-5 weeks following injuries at London Road last Saturday against Brentford.

The Posh still managed a 2-0 win over Brentford despite Chaplow and Swanson having to be removed from the pitch which suggests how strong the side is even without two of their starting 11.

Darren Ferguson called a press conference where he said, 'As disheartening as it is having two valuable players injured. Our squad is strong enough to replace our midfield and it will give our younger players well deserved match time. I hope Swanson and Chaplow recover fully and I await their return.'
Favourite for promotion and that unbeaten run just shows the injuries don't stop Fergie Jr! Great updates mate and you're writing like a seasoned veteran on here with the quality :D
Wonder what the odds are for an invincible season.
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October 2012 Fixtures

Peterborough 3 - 1 Tranmere

Tuesday 2nd October 2012 - npower League 1 - London Road - Att. 7, 836

SUBS OFF - Pritchard, Swanson, Tomlin SUBS ON - Pritchard, Boyd, Mendez-Laing

GOALS - Shaun Brisley (7), Alex Pritchard (78), George Boyd (90+2)

MAN OF THE MATCH - Gabriel Zakuani

Starting Line Up - Olejnik, Little, Brisley, Zakuani, Rowe, McCann, Petrucci, Chaplow, Swanson, Tomlin, Barnett Substitutions - Day, Sinclair, Wootton, Pritchard, Mendez-Laing, Newell, Boyd


Swindon 1 - 2 Peterborough

Saturday 6th October 2012 - npower League 1 - The Country Ground - Att. 7, 814

SUBS OFF - Chaplow SUBS ON - McCann

GOALS - Tyrone Barnett (5, 63)

MAN OF THE MATCH - Danny Swanson

Starting Line Up - Olejnik, Little, Bostwick, Zakuani, Rowe, Pritchard, Chaplow, Tomlin, Swanson, Boyd, Barnett Substitutions - Day, Sinclair, Brisley, Mendez-Laing, Ntlhe, Petrucci, McCann


Hartlepool 2 - 3 Peterborough

Tuesday 9th October 2012 - Johnstone's Paint 2nd Rnd - Victoria Park - Att. 1, 446

SUBS OFF - Barnett SUBS ON - Mendez-Laing

GOALS - Dwight Gayle (12, 15, 27)

MAN OF THE MATCH - Dwight Gayle

Starting Line Up - Olejnik, Alcock, Bostwick, Zakuani, Rowe, McCann, Payne, Boyd, Petrucci, Gayle, Barnett Substitutions - Ferdinand, Mendez-Laing, Little, Ntlhe, Brisley


Peterborough 0 - 0 Sheff Utd

Saturday 13th October 2012 - npower League 1 - London Road - Att. 9, 916

SUBS OFF - Boyd SUBS ON - Newell

MAN OF THE MATCH - Danny Higginbotham (Sheff Utd)

Starting Line Up - Olejnik, Alcock, Bostwick, Brisley, Rowe, Wootton, Pritchard, Chaplow, Tomlin, Boyd, Barnett Substitutions - Newell, Mendez-Laing, Little, Petrucci, Ferdinand, Gayle, Swanson


Peterborough 2 - 0 Brentford

Saturday 20th October 2012 - npower League 1 - London Road - Att. 9, 643

SUBS OFF - Chaplow, Danny Swanson SUBS ON - Newell, McCann

GOALS - Davide Petrucci (8, 38)

MAN OF THE MATCH - Davide Petrucci

INJURED- Danny Swanson (37) INJURED- Richard Chaplow (43)

Starting Line Up - Olejnik, Alcock, Bostwick, Zakuani, Nthle, Swanson, Chaplow, Tomlin, Petrucci, Boyd, Sinclair Substitutions - Newell, Barnett, Rowe, Brisley, Little, Gayle, McCann


Wolves 2 - 0 Peterborough

Tuesday 23rd October 2012 - npower League 1 - Molineux - Att. 23, 195

SUBS OFF - Rowe, Barnett SUBS ON - Newell, Ntlhe

MAN OF THE MATCH - Stephen Ward (Wolves)

Starting Line Up - Olejnik, Alcock, Bostwick, Zakuani, Rowe, Ferdinand, Pritchard, McCann, Tomlin, Gayle, Barnett Substitutions - Newell, Boyd, Ntlhe, Brisley, Little, Petrucci, Wootton


Colchester 0 - 2 Peterborough

Sat 27th October 2012 - npower League 1 - Weston Homes Community - Att. 3, 325

SUBS OFF - Ferdinand, Petrucci SUBS ON - Newell, Wootton

GOALS - Tyrone Barnett (7, 62)

MAN OF THE MATCH - Tyrone Barnett

INJURED- Davide Petrucci (90)

Starting Line Up - Olejnik, Alcock, Bostwick, Zakuani, Rowe, Ferdinand, Petrucci, McCann, Tomlin, Boyd, Barnett Substitutions - Gayle, Pritchard, Ntlhe, Brisley, Newell, Wootton


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It's been another good month for The Posh. Picking up 6 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss away from home. For the second month running, we are sitting 2nd in the table 1 point behind Bristol City, who have 2 games in hand. Bristol really need to start losing if we are going to win the title. As it stands, it's looking like we are runner-up contenders, not title winners.

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Player of the Month

Tyrone Barnett


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Tyrone Barnett is starting to prove his place in the team this season. Although Dwight Gayle scored a beautiful hattrick in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. Barnett has almost scored a hattrick twice this month and assisted many, with an average rating is 7.65.

Despite his performances this month, I don't see a future for Barnett at the club as a starting player. We need stronger, faster strikers if the Championship is awaiting our return.
Still behind Bristol City :( And they've got 2 games in hand :(
Some excellent results, but what happened against Wolves?
A good month and another brilliant update! Looks like it will be hard to get first being behind in points and them have 2 games in hand but you never know with football! Keep it up
2013-05-30 14:47#106679 Glenn T : Some excellent results, but what happened against Wolves?
Sako tore us apart and Stephen Ward was a rock in defence. Unfortunate, but I didn't think I'd go unbeaten all season.
Some good results mate and you're still flying near the top! You just have to beat Bristol when you play them ;)
Doing well so far, hopefully you can overtake Bristol and win Ligue 1 :P

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