POSH POINTS OF VIEW: The fans have their say . . .

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport -

yours and Dar­ren Ferguson’s phi­los­o­phy and vi­sion for the club.

I have been watch­ing Posh for more than 25 years now and the Dar­ragh/fergie years have been by far the most en­ter­tain­ing.

I love the fact that ‘lit­tle old Posh’ on lim­ited re­sources are more than com­pet­ing with clubs with mas­sive his­tory and fan bases.”

hanslope­posh “It re­ally is about time this city started back­ing the club. When you get fan­tas­tic in­spi­ra­tion from a chair­man and a man­ager such as we have, then it is time for sup­port­ers to get out and sup­port the team.”

roger­lechat “I have never looked for­ward to match days as much as I do at this time. Win, lose or draw, the team al­ways en­ter­tain.”

donb “Craig Mack­ail-smith’s goal at Old­ham was amaz­ing and a com­plete sur­prise.

He looked out of range with many play­ers in the way from where I was sit­ting.”

BOBBYPOSH “The de­fence looked so com­fort­able through­out, de­spite For­est hav­ing a great deal of pos­ses­sion.

It seems to me that Craig Al­cock does not push for­ward with the same gusto that Mark Lit­tle does.

“I won­der if he is un­der in­struc­tions to be more cau­tious and could Lit­tle’s ab­sence there­fore be a bless­ing in dis­guise?

“Scott Woot­ton looked en­tirely com­fort­able at the base of di­a­mond and our fan­tas­tic vo­cal sup­port made it seem like a home game.” “You for­got to in­clude Craig Mack­ail-smith who is about as much use to Brighton in the Cham­pi­onship as a don­key run­ning in the Grand National.

“As I have re­peat­edly stated, the bloke is a lower divi­sion player. Run­ning around like he does is no use when he sim­ply can­not shoot straight and has no idea how to beat a goal­keeper like Ge­orge Boyd ex­pertly did at “It’s tricky as goals made our sea­son last year and even more so this year, but I love Zak the bul­let and he has been the most con­sis­tent per­former of the lot.

“Grant Mc­cann has been bril­liant since Dar­ren Ferguson re­turned, Ge­orge Boyd is a leg­end and amaz­ing on his day, but it’s Gaby Zakuani for me.”

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ANGER MAN­AGE­MENT: Lee Tom­lin (left)

THE RIO OF THE CHAM­PI­ONSHIP: Gaby Zakuani

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