The Professional Footballers' Association have announced their Teams of the Year for the 2009-10 Season. Selected by the players themselves, they have to vote for the opposition players that have impressed them the most over the season.
With Yeovil Town currently in 17th place in the League One table, it was always unlikely that they would get any of their current playing squad in there, and the final selection is dominated by Champions Norwich City and another side relegated from the Championship last season - Southampton - picking up three nominations each.
The third side relegated from the Championship last season were Charlton Athletic, who picked up two nominations, along with Leeds United. But there is no place for their striker Jermaine Beckford, who has been outshone this season by target men Grant Holt and Rickie Lambert. Set piece specialist Ian Harte is the one nomination from an 'unfashionable' club, having netted 18 times this season, despite being a defender by trade.
The full League One Team of the Year is as follows:
Kelvin Davis (Southampton)
Frazer Richardson (Charlton Athletic)
Patrick Kisnorbo (Leeds United)
Gary Doherty (Norwich City)
Ian Harte (Carlisle United)
Wes Hoolahan (Norwich City)
Jason Puncheon (Southampton)
Robert Snodgrass (Leeds United)
Nicky Bailey (Charlton Athletic)
Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
Grant Holt (Norwich City)
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