League Two Team of the Season
MK Dons and Peterborough are heavily represented in the PFA Team of the Season after dominating League Two.
Last Updated: 27/04/08 10:26pm
Given their domination of the League Two promotion race this season, it is no surprise to see MK Dons and Peterborough heavily represented in the PFA Team of the Season.
Four members of Paul Ince's side are included, while three representatives of Darren Ferguson's team have been recognised by the votes of their fellow professionals.
Posh and League Two's leading scorer Aaron McLean, who has terrorised defences all season as he closes in on 30 league goals for the campaign, was always likely to get the nod up front.
He is joined by team-mates George Boyd and Joe Lewis, with the former a regular source of vital goals for the club and the latter excelling at the back as the last line of a defence which is among the meanest in the division.
MK Dons' forward-thinking midfield duo of Lloyd Dyer and Keith Andrews, key members of a side which have led the way in League Two for the vast majority of the campaign, are included.
And the defensive pairing of Danny Swailes and Dean Lewington, essential components of the division's best defence, have also been recognised for their achievements.
Chesterfield forward Jack Lester, whose haul of over 20 goals was not quite enough to help the Spireites into the play-off picture, was another who impressed his divisional colleagues.
Darlington's promotion bid, which faded to leave them in the play-off place, was heavily based around their solid defence, with new skipper Stephen Foster demonstrating his abilities to perform at a higher level.
The League Two XI is completed by Barnet's Jason Puncheon, who has been at the heart of the Bees' best displays, and Brentford defender Craig Pead, who has enjoyed an excellent first season for the Griffin Park club after his move from Walsall.