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2009–10 Peterborough United F.C. season

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2009–10 Peterborough United F.C. season

Peterborough United
2009–10 season
Chairman Barry Fry
Darragh MacAnthony
Manager Darren Ferguson
Mark Cooper
Jim Gannon
Championship Ongoing (Relegated to 3rd Tier of English Football Piramid (Coca-Cola Football League 1))
FA Cup Third round
Football League Cup Fourth round
Top goalscorer League: George Boyd (9)
All: George Boyd (12)
Highest home attendance 12,711 (3 Oct vs. Nott'ham Forest)
Lowest home attendance 5,451 (25 Aug vs. Ipswich Town)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

During the 2009–10 Peterborough United F.C. season saw the club play in the Football League Championship after promotion from Football League One in 2008–09.


Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 England GK Joe Lewis
2 England DF Kerrea Gilbert (on loan from Arsenal)
3 Cyprus DF Tom Williams (at Preston North End)
4 Wales DF Craig Morgan
5 Democratic Republic of the Congo DF Gabriel Zakuani
6 England DF Charlie Lee
7 England FW Liam Dickinson (on loan from Brighton & Hove Albion)
8 Republic of Ireland MF Lee Frecklington
9 England FW Aaron McLean
10 Scotland MF George Boyd (at Nottingham Forest)
11 England FW Izale McLeod (on loan from Charlton Athletic)
12 Scotland FW Craig Mackail-Smith
13 Republic of Ireland GK James McKeown
14 England MF Tommy Rowe
15 France MF Toumani Diagouraga (at Brentford)
16 England DF Mark Little (on loan from Wolverhampton)
17 England DF Jamie Day (at Dagenham & Redbridge)
18 England MF Chris Whelpdale
19 England MF Shaun Batt (at Millwall)
20 England FW Ben Wright
24 England DF Danny Andrew
No. Position Player
21 England DF Sam Gaughran
22 Argentina MF Sergio Torres
23 England MF Billy Crook
24 England DF Danny Andrew
25 England MF Dominic Green
26 England FW Danny Mills
27 England MF Romone McCrae
28 England FW Kwesi Appiah
29 England DF Ryan Bennett
30 England DF Scott Griffiths
31 England MF Nathan Koranteng
32 England GK Sam Cole
33 England MF Josh Simpson
34 England DF Exodus Geohaghon
35 England FW Reuben Reid (on loan from West Bromwich Albion)


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