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Peacock Named Player Of The Year

Peacock Named Player Of The Year

Swindon Town midfielder/striker Lee Peacock has been named League 2 player of the year.

Fans at had been voting the last couple of weeks and had agreed that former Sheffield Wednesday man Lee Peacock was the best player in League 2.

Peacock has been the most influential player on the pitch this season and has given 150% every game he has played in.

Congratulations to Lee Peacock and lets hope he is celebrating Promotion back to League One Saturday at Bristol Rovers.

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Date:Tuesday April 24 2007
Time: 3:05PM


Well deserved award - he's shown the way and not shrunk away from getting stuck in and leading by example.
24/04/2007 18:42:00
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