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The top 50 football league players - And the winner's are

NOTE: This list does not count loans.

50 Marcus Bean - Brentford

49 Andy Bishop - Bury

48 Charlie MacDonald - Brentford

47 Tommy Doherty - Wycombe Wanderers

46 Mike Williamson - Watford

45 Tommy Spurr - Sheffield Wednesday

44 George Boyd - Peterborough United

43 Aaron McLean - Peterborough United

42 Brian Stock - Doncaster Rovers

41 Simon Cox - Swindon Town

40 Grant Holt - Shrewsbury Town

39 Adriano Basso - Bristol City

38 Craig Mackail-Smith - Peterborough United

37 Marcus Tudgay - Sheffield Wednesday

36 Jermaine Beckford - Leeds United

35 Andy King - Leicester City

34 Rickie Lambert - Bristol Rovers

33 Dexter Blackstock - Nottingham Forest

32 Noel Hunt - Reading

31 Marvin Elliott - Bristol City

30 Lee Carsley - Birmingham City

29 Sean St. Ledger - Preston North End

28 Miles Addison - Derby County

27 Daniel Fox - Coventry City

26 Matthew Kilgallon - Sheffield United

25 Martin Paterson - Burnley

24 Kyle Naughton - Sheffield United

23 Kevin Foley - Wolverhampton Wanderers

22 Tommy Smith - Watford

21 Fabian Delph - Leeds United

20 Matty Fryatt - Leicester City

19 Maik Taylor - Birmingham City

18 Chris Cohen - Nottingham Forest

17 Roger Johnson - Cardiff City

16 Wayne Hennessey - Wolverhampton Wanderers

15 Chris Iwelumo - Wolverhampton Wanderers

14 Darren Pratley - Swansea City

13 Chris Eagles - Burnley

12 Kevin Phillips - BIrmingham City

11 Ferrie Bodde - Swansea City

10 Joe Ledley - Cardiff City

9 Keiren Westwood - Coventry City

8 Karl Henry - Wolverhampton Wanderers

7 Ross McCormack - Cardiff City

6 Jason Scotland - Swansea City

5 Kris Commons - Derby County

4 Stephen Hunt - Reading

3 Michael Kightly - Wolverhampton Wanderers

2 Kevin Doyle - Reading

1 Sylvain Ebanks-Blake - Wolverhampton Wanderers

NOTE: This list does not count loans.

What do you think ladies

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August to December we have seen flashes of what he is capable of, January to February he has been a key player, the last 5 weeks he's been injured. Look at players such as Beckford who has been consistant all season and bagged loads of goals yet he's in 36th place, I honestly think if put in the performance that he did against Man United against say Blackpool away on a Tuesday night he wouldnt be in the top 20.

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Originally posted by vicky-27;9045

Boycie had never thought of that

I do agree with that David, where would you put Common's then ?

Put me on the spot why don't you

I honestly wouldn't like to say, being a armchair fan I can only make comments on Derby players from the commentary on Radio Derby and highlights on Ramsworld, let alone ranking other clubs players based on the odd game I see them play in.

I'm surprised tho Bywater didn't make the list with his performances this season.

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It's hard for a goalkeeper to get noticed as one of the best players.

Bywater is a good keeper but has let in a few goals though they aren't his fault but the defence's.

His mistakes are rare, unlike Carroll.

I admire Stephen's bounce back because I thought some of his games in the Premiership were disastrous. He has come back and grabbed the number one spot again.

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