Date: 1st August 2021 at 10:22am
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The new season is now less than a week ago and I, like you, cannot wait for the EFL action to get under way again.

As we pointed out ahead of the Brighton friendly fixture – they-played-for-both-brighton – our ‘They Played For Both’ series will only feature, this season, against teams we did not come across last season.

Peterborough United are one such side and it has been a pleasure to delve into the history books and put together an XI that features players that have played for both sides.

The XI I put together can be found below:

Goalkeeper – Mark Tyler

Defender – Alan Sheehan
Defender – Chris Turner
Defender – Paul Price
Defender – Sol Davis

Midfielder – Alan Slough
Midfielder – Lil Fuccillo
Midfielder – George Moncur

Striker – Jack Marriott
Striker – David Oldfield
Striker – Craig Mackail-Smith

Substitute – David Pleat

But in researching into the above XI, I did uncover some fascinating facts that will appear, throughout the coming days as separate articles.

As is the norm, when it comes to the XI above, please feel free to offer the names of any other players you can recall that have played for both clubs, simply drop their names into the comment facility beneath this article.


Luton v Peterborough?

Luton Town to WIn!

Luton Town to WIn!

Peterborough to Win!

Peterborough to Win!

A Draw!

A Draw!

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