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Scotland voted to Division One 2006/2007 team
« on: April 25, 2007, 03:59:36 AM »

http://www.guardian.co.tt/sports4.html


T&T striker Jason Scotland followed in the footsteps of his international team-mates, Carlos Edwards and Clayton Ince when he was named to the Scottish Professional Footballers’ Association Division One Team of the Year, voted for by the managers.

Scotland, with 17 league goals and seven in the Cup competition was also among the five players who were nominated for the First Division Player of the Year award which was won by the league’s leading scorer Colin McMenamin of Gretna.

The full team:

Goalkeeper: Alan Main (Gretna)

Defenders: Martin Canning (Gretna), Neil McGregor (Clyde), Kevin James (St Johnstone), Goran Stanic (St Johnstone)

Midfielders: Craig Bryson (Clyde), Alex Rae (Dundee), Don Cowie (Ross County)

Forwards: Jason Scotland (St Johnstone), Colin McMenamin (Gretna), Mark Roberts (Partick Thistle)

Edwards, Ince named on PFA Teams of the Year

T&T World Cup team-mate members Carlos Edwards and Clayton Ince have been named on the English Professional Footballer’s Association Team of the year for the 2006/2007 season.

Edwards is enjoying an outstanding season for Sunderland as they continue their chase for promotion into the Premiership while Ince’s Walsall will be putting on their shirts in the English League One next seson.

Edwards, who joined Sunderland in January for £1.5m, has ten goals this season.

The 28-year-old recently returned from a shoulder injury but continues to be a star for the “Black Cats” who are currently second in the Championship Division with 82 points, one adrift of Birmingham.

Edwards and Dwight Yorke are also in line for Sunderland’s Player of the Year award.

Ince meantime, has been exceptional in goal for Walsall and will be looking forward to the League One action next season. Ince gave a fine display on Saturday as Walsall defeated Notts County 2-1 to secure automatic promotion.

The former Defence Force and Crewe Alexandra custodian is also in line for the Walsall Player of the Season award after equaling a season record of 19 clean sheets.

Mike Berry, agent for the two players said their recognition was fitting in light of their terrific seasons.
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