PFA Team of the Year (1990s)

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Kenny Sansom appeared in a PFA Team of the Year on 11 occasions, which is more than any other player. Kenny Sansom April 2011 TB.jpg
Kenny Sansom appeared in a PFA Team of the Year on 11 occasions, which is more than any other player.

The Professional Footballers' Association Team of the Year (often called the PFA Team of the Year, or simply the Team of the Year) is an annual award given to a set of 55 footballers across the top four tiers of men's English football; the Premier League, the Championship, League One and League Two, as well as the women's FA WSL, who are seen to be deserving of being named in a "Team of the Year". Peter Shilton currently holds the most appearances in the PFA Team of the Year in the top division with 10 appearances. Steven Gerrard currently holds the most appearances in the PFA Team of the Year in the Premier League era with eight appearances.

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The award has been presented since the 1973–74 season and the shortlist is compiled by the members of the players' trade union, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA), in January of every year, with the winners then being voted for by the other players in their respective divisions. [1] [2] [3] The award is regarded by players in the Football League as the highest accolade available to them, due to it being picked by their fellow professionals. [2] Oxford United's Damian Batt, who was named in the Team of the Year for League Two in 2011, said he was "very pleased to be given such a prestigious award. It is something that I am very proud of". [4] In 2014, a team for female players competing in the FA WSL was selected for the first time. [5]

Key

Winners

1989–90

Source [6]

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Neville Southall Dagger-14-plain.png Everton 4
DF Lee Dixon Arsenal 2
DF Des Walker Dagger-14-plain.png Nottingham Forest 2
DF Alan Hansen Dagger-14-plain.png Liverpool 6
DF Stuart Pearce Dagger-14-plain.pngNottingham Forest3
MF David Platt Aston Villa 1
MF Steve Hodge Nottingham Forest1
MF Steve McMahon Dagger-14-plain.pngLiverpool2
MF John Barnes Dagger-14-plain.pngLiverpool2
FW Peter Beardsley Dagger-14-plain.pngLiverpool3
FW Gary Lineker Dagger-14-plain.png Tottenham Hotspur 2

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Tony Coton Double-dagger-14-plain.png Watford 2
DF Denis Irwin Oldham Athletic 1
DF Chris Fairclough Leeds United 1
DF Earl Barrett Oldham Athletic1
DF Julian Dicks Double-dagger-14-plain.png West Ham United 2
MF Gordon Strachan Leeds United1
MF Gary McAllister Double-dagger-14-plain.png Leicester City 2
MF Scott Sellars Blackburn Rovers 1
FW Andy Ritchie Oldham Athletic1
FW Micky Quinn Double-dagger-14-plain.png Newcastle United 2
FW Steve Bull Wolverhampton Wanderers 3

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Eric Nixon Tranmere Rovers 2
DF Phil Brown * Bolton Wanderers 3
DF Rob Newman * Bristol City 2
DF Dean Yates * Notts County 2
DF Paul Edwards Crewe Alexandra 1
MF Jim Harvey Tranmere Rovers6
MF Shaun Goodwin Rotherham United 1
MF Steve Thompson Bolton Wanderers1
FW Bobby Williamson Rotherham United1
FW Ian Muir Tranmere Rovers2
FW David Lee Bury 1

Fourth Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Chris Marples York City 1
DF Scott Hiley Exeter City 1
DF Shaun Taylor ¤Exeter City2
DF Paul Fitzpatrick Carlisle United 1
DF Rob McKinnon Hartlepool United 1
MF Mick Halsall Peterborough United 1
MF Steve Spooner York City1
MF Danny Bailey Exeter City1
FW Darran Rowbotham Exeter City1
FW David Crown Southend United 1
FW Steve Neville Exeter City1

1990–91

Source [6]

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK David Seaman Arsenal 1
DF Lee Dixon Dagger-14-plain.pngArsenal3
DF Des Walker Dagger-14-plain.png Nottingham Forest 3
DF Mark Wright Derby County 1
DF Stuart Pearce Dagger-14-plain.pngNottingham Forest4
MF Gordon Strachan Leeds United 2
MF Paul Gascoigne Dagger-14-plain.png Tottenham Hotspur 2
MF Andy Townsend Dagger-14-plain.png Chelsea 2
MF John Barnes Dagger-14-plain.png Liverpool 3
FW Mark Hughes Dagger-14-plain.png Manchester United 3
FW Ian Rush Dagger-14-plain.pngLiverpool5

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Luděk Mikloško West Ham United 1
DF David Kerslake Swindon Town 1
DF Earl Barrett Double-dagger-14-plain.png Oldham Athletic 2
DF Nigel Pearson Sheffield Wednesday 1
DF Paul Bodin Swindon Town1
MF Ian Bishop West Ham United1
MF John Sheridan Double-dagger-14-plain.pngSheffield Wednesday4
MF Carlton Palmer Sheffield Wednesday1
FW David Hirst Sheffield Wednesday1
FW Steve Bull Double-dagger-14-plain.png Wolverhampton Wanderers 4
FW Trevor Morley West Ham United2

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Eric Nixon * Tranmere Rovers 3
DF Phil Brown * Bolton Wanderers 4
DF Lee Sinnott Bradford City 1
DF Peter Atherton Wigan Athletic 1
DF Chris Coleman * Swansea City 2
MF Neil McNab Tranmere Rovers2
MF Steve Castle Leyton Orient 1
MF Keith Jones Brentford 1
FW Brett Angell Southend United 1
FW Tony Philliskirk Bolton Wanderers1
FW Wayne Biggins Stoke City 1

Fourth Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Keith Welch Rochdale 1
DF Malcolm Brown ¤ Stockport County 5
DF Steve Davis Burnley 1
DF Brendan Ormsby Doncaster Rovers 1
DF Rufus Brevett Doncaster Rovers1
MF Gary Gill Darlington 1
MF David Frain Stockport County1
MF Mick Halsall ¤ Peterborough United 2
FW Stuart Rimmer ¤ Walsall 2
FW Joe Allon Hartlepool United 1
FW Steve Butler Maidstone United 1

1991–92

Source [7]

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Tony Coton Manchester City 3
DF Rob Jones Liverpool 1
DF Gary Pallister Manchester United 3
DF Des Walker Dagger-14-plain.png Nottingham Forest 4
DF Stuart Pearce Dagger-14-plain.pngNottingham Forest5
MF Ray Houghton Liverpool2
MF Gary McAllister Leeds United 3
MF Andy Townsend Dagger-14-plain.png Chelsea 3
FW Gary Lineker Dagger-14-plain.png Tottenham Hotspur 3
FW Alan Shearer Southampton 1
FW Mark Hughes Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United4

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK David James Watford 1
DF David Kerslake Double-dagger-14-plain.png Swindon Town 2
DF David Linighan Ipswich Town 1
DF Colin Calderwood Swindon Town1
DF John Beresford Portsmouth 1
MF Micky Hazard Swindon Town1
MF Gordon Cowans Blackburn Rovers 1
MF Scott Sellars Double-dagger-14-plain.pngBlackburn Rovers2
FW Duncan Shearer Swindon Town1
FW John Aldridge Tranmere Rovers 2
FW David Speedie Blackburn Rovers1

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Chris Turner * Leyton Orient 2
DF Scott Hiley Exeter City 2
DF Terry Evans Brentford 1
DF Vince Overson Stoke City 1
DF Simon Charlton Huddersfield Town 1
MF Chris Marsden Huddersfield Town1
MF Tony Kelly Bolton Wanderers 1
MF Nigel Gleghorn Birmingham City 1
FW Wayne Biggins Stoke City1
FW Dean Holdsworth Brentford1
FW Iwan Roberts Huddersfield Town1

Fourth Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Kelham O'Hanlon Carlisle United 1
DF Paul Fleming Mansfield Town 1
DF Steve Davis Burnley 1
DF Alan Walker Gillingham 1
DF Phil Hardy Wrexham 1
MF Shaun Goodwin Rotherham United 2
MF Paul Groves Blackpool 1
MF Kenny Lowe Barnet 1
FW Gary Bull Barnet1
FW Dave Bamber Blackpool1
FW Phil Stant ¤Mansfield Town2

1992–93

Source [7]

FA Premier League

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Peter Schmeichel Manchester United 1
DF David Bardsley Queens Park Rangers 2
DF Paul McGrath Dagger-14-plain.png Aston Villa 2
DF Gary Pallister Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United4
DF Tony Dorigo Leeds United 2
MF Roy Keane Nottingham Forest 1
MF Gary Speed Leeds United1
MF Paul Ince Manchester United1
MF Ryan Giggs Manchester United1
FW Alan Shearer Blackburn Rovers 2
FW Ian Wright Arsenal 2

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Luděk Mikloško Double-dagger-14-plain.png West Ham United 2
DF David Kerslake Double-dagger-14-plain.png Swindon Town 3
DF Craig Short Derby County 1
DF Colin Cooper Millwall 1
DF John Beresford Double-dagger-14-plain.png Newcastle United 2
MF Lee Clark Newcastle United1
MF Micky Hazard Double-dagger-14-plain.pngSwindon Town2
MF Martin Allen West Ham United1
FW John Aldridge Double-dagger-14-plain.png Tranmere Rovers 3
FW Guy Whittingham Portsmouth 1
FW Gavin Peacock Newcastle United1

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Marlon Beresford Burnley 1
DF Scott Hiley * Exeter City 3
DF Vince Overson * Stoke City 2
DF Peter Swan Port Vale 1
DF Simon Charlton * Huddersfield Town 2
MF Ray Walker *Port Vale3
MF Ian Taylor Port Vale1
MF Darren Bradley West Bromwich Albion 1
FW Mark Stein Stoke City1
FW Andy Walker Bolton Wanderers 1
FW Bob Taylor West Bromwich Albion1

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Mark Prudhoe Darlington 1
DF Andy McMillan York City 1
DF Paul Stancliffe York City1
DF Matt Elliott Scunthorpe United 1
DF Damon Searle Cardiff City 1
MF Kenny Lowe Barnet 1
MF Derek Payne Barnet1
MF Gareth Owen Wrexham 1
FW Gary Bull ¤Barnet2
FW Darren Foreman Scarborough 1
FW Carl Griffiths Shrewsbury Town 1

1993–94

Source [8]

FA Premier League

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Tim Flowers Blackburn Rovers 1
DF Gary Kelly Leeds United 1
DF Gary Pallister Dagger-14-plain.png Manchester United 5
DF Tony Adams Dagger-14-plain.png Arsenal 2
DF Denis Irwin Manchester United2
MF Paul Ince Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United2
MF Gary McAllister Dagger-14-plain.pngLeeds United4
MF David Batty Blackburn Rovers1
FW Alan Shearer Dagger-14-plain.pngBlackburn Rovers3
FW Eric Cantona Manchester United1
FW Peter Beardsley Dagger-14-plain.png Newcastle United 4

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Nigel Martyn Crystal Palace 2
DF Gary Charles Derby County 1
DF Colin Cooper Double-dagger-14-plain.png Nottingham Forest 2
DF Eric Young Crystal Palace1
DF Scott Minto Charlton Athletic 1
MF Jason McAteer Bolton Wanderers 1
MF Mark Draper Notts County 1
MF Scot Gemmill Nottingham Forest1
FW Stan Collymore Nottingham Forest1
FW Paul Walsh Portsmouth 3
FW Chris Armstrong Crystal Palace1

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Marlon Beresford * Burnley 2
DF Neil Aspin Port Vale 1
DF Adrian Williams Reading 1
DF Dean Glover Port Vale1
DF Dylan Kerr Reading1
MF Steve Castle Plymouth Argyle 1
MF Ian Taylor *Port Vale2
MF Ian Bogie Leyton Orient 1
FW Jimmy Quinn Reading1
FW Andy Preece Stockport County 1
FW Dean Windass Hull City 1

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Martin Hodge Rochdale 1
DF Jason Cousins Wycombe Wanderers 1
DF Terry Evans Wycombe Wanderers1
DF Alan Reeves Rochdale1
DF Roger Stanislaus Bury 1
MF Steve Guppy Wycombe Wanderers1
MF Tony Rigby Bury1
MF Neil Lennon Crewe Alexandra 1
FW Tony Ellis Preston North End 1
FW Dean Spink Shrewsbury Town 1
FW Dave Reeves Carlisle United 1

1994–95

Source [8]

FA Premier League

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Tim Flowers Dagger-14-plain.png Blackburn Rovers 2
DF Rob Jones Dagger-14-plain.png Liverpool 2
DF Gary Pallister Dagger-14-plain.png Manchester United 6
DF Colin Hendry Blackburn Rovers2
DF Graeme Le Saux Blackburn Rovers1
MF Tim Sherwood Blackburn Rovers1
MF Matt Le Tissier Southampton 1
MF Paul Ince Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United3
FW Jürgen Klinsmann Tottenham Hotspur 1
FW Chris Sutton Blackburn Rovers1
FW Alan Shearer Dagger-14-plain.pngBlackburn Rovers4

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Shaka Hislop Reading 1
DF Neil Cox Middlesbrough 1
DF Alan Stubbs Bolton Wanderers 1
DF Craig Short Double-dagger-14-plain.png Derby County 2
DF Ben Thatcher Millwall 1
MF Jason McAteer Double-dagger-14-plain.pngBolton Wanderers2
MF Alex Rae Millwall1
MF Jamie Pollock Middlesbrough1
FW Jan Åge Fjørtoft Middlesbrough [lower-alpha 1] 1
FW John Hendrie Double-dagger-14-plain.pngMiddlesbrough3
FW John Aldridge Double-dagger-14-plain.png Tranmere Rovers 4

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Ian Bennett Birmingham City 1
DF Gary Poole Birmingham City1
DF Liam Daish Birmingham City1
DF Dean Richards Bradford City 1
DF Tom Cowan Huddersfield Town 1
MF John Cornforth Swansea City 1
MF Mark Ward Birmingham City1
MF Neil Lennon Crewe Alexandra 2
FW Gary Bennett Wrexham 1
FW Andy Booth Huddersfield Town1
FW Nicky Forster Brentford 1

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Gary Kelly Bury 1
DF Duncan Jupp Fulham 1
DF Dean Walling Carlisle United 1
DF Russ Wilcox Doncaster Rovers 1
DF Tony Gallimore Carlisle United1
MF Martin O'Connor Walsall 1
MF Paul Holland Mansfield Town 1
MF Wayne Bullimore Scunthorpe United 1
FW Dave Reeves ¤Carlisle United2
FW Dougie Freedman Barnet 1
FW Kyle Lightbourne Walsall1

1995–96

Source [10]

FA Premier League

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK David James Liverpool 2
DF Gary Neville Manchester United 1
DF Tony Adams Dagger-14-plain.png Arsenal 3
DF Ugo Ehiogu Aston Villa 1
DF Alan Wright Aston Villa1
MF Steve Stone Nottingham Forest 1
MF Rob Lee Newcastle United 1
MF Ruud Gullit Chelsea 1
MF David Ginola Newcastle United1
FW Les Ferdinand Newcastle United1
FW Alan Shearer Dagger-14-plain.pngBlackburn Rovers5

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Alan Kelly Sheffield United 1
DF Dariusz Kubicki Sunderland 1
DF Dean Richards Wolverhampton Wanderers 2
DF Richard Rufus Charlton Athletic 1
DF Dean Gordon Crystal Palace 1
MF Lee Bowyer Charlton Athletic1
MF Alex Rae Double-dagger-14-plain.png Millwall 2
MF Garry Parker Leicester City 1
MF Michael Gray Sunderland1
FW Dean Sturridge Derby County 1
FW Steve Claridge Leicester City1

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Darren Ward Notts County 1
DF Chris Wilder Notts County1
DF Shaun Taylor Swindon Town 3
DF Ian Culverhouse Swindon Town1
DF Paul Bodin Swindon Town2
MF Martin O'Connor Walsall 2
MF Neil Lennon * Crewe Alexandra 3
MF Micky Mellon Blackpool 1
MF Karl Connolly Wrexham 1
FW Marcus Stewart Bristol Rovers 1
FW Kurt Nogan Burnley 1

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Jim Stannard ¤ Gillingham 2
DF Duncan Jupp ¤ Fulham 2
DF Mick Heathcote Plymouth Argyle 1
DF Russ Wilcox ¤ Preston North End 2
DF Paul Williams Plymouth Argyle1
MF Simon Davey Preston North End1
MF Mark Kinsella Colchester United 1
MF Roberto Martínez Wigan Athletic 1
MF Ian Bryson Preston North End1
FW Andy Saville Preston North End1
FW Carl Dale Cardiff City 1

1996–97

Source [11]

FA Premier League

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK David Seaman Dagger-14-plain.png Arsenal 2
DF Gary Neville Dagger-14-plain.png Manchester United 2
DF Tony Adams Dagger-14-plain.pngArsenal4
DF Mark Wright Dagger-14-plain.png Liverpool 2
DF Stig Inge Bjørnebye Liverpool1
MF David Beckham Manchester United1
MF Roy Keane Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United2
MF David Batty Dagger-14-plain.png Newcastle United 2
MF Steve McManaman Liverpool1
FW Alan Shearer Dagger-14-plain.pngNewcastle United6
FW Ian Wright Dagger-14-plain.pngArsenal3

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Alan Kelly Double-dagger-14-plain.png Sheffield United 2
DF Nicky Eaden Barnsley 1
DF Gerry Taggart Bolton Wanderers 1
DF Dean Richards Double-dagger-14-plain.png Wolverhampton Wanderers 3
DF Steve Froggatt Wolverhampton Wanderers1
MF Trevor Sinclair Queens Park Rangers 1
MF Alan Thompson Bolton Wanderers1
MF Darren Eadie Norwich City 1
MF Georgi Kinkladze Manchester City 1
FW Mike Sheron Stoke City 1
FW John McGinlay Bolton Wanderers1

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Kevin Miller Watford 1
DF Gary Parkinson Burnley 1
DF Mike Flynn Stockport County 1
DF Steve Davis Luton Town 2
DF David Eyres Burnley1
MF Gareth Whalley Crewe Alexandra 1
MF Danny Murphy Crewe Alexandra1
MF Bryan Hughes Wrexham 1
MF Chris Marsden *Stockport County2
FW Tony Thorpe Luton Town1
FW Carl Asaba Brentford 1

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Tony Caig Carlisle United 1
DF Ian Hendon Leyton Orient 1
DF Dean Walling ¤Carlisle United2
DF Jody Craddock Cambridge United 1
DF Owen Archdeacon Carlisle United1
MF Gareth Ainsworth Lincoln City 1
MF Roberto Martínez ¤ Wigan Athletic 2
MF Jan Mølby Swansea City 1
MF Warren Aspinall Carlisle United1
FW Graeme Jones Wigan Athletic1
FW Mike Conroy Fulham 1

1997–98

Source [12]

FA Premier League

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Nigel Martyn Leeds United 3
DF Gary Neville Dagger-14-plain.png Manchester United 3
DF Gary Pallister Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United7
DF Colin Hendry Dagger-14-plain.png Blackburn Rovers 3
DF Graeme Le Saux Dagger-14-plain.png Chelsea 2
MF David Beckham Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United2
MF Nicky Butt Manchester United1
MF David Batty Dagger-14-plain.png Newcastle United 3
MF Ryan Giggs Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United2
FW Michael Owen Liverpool 1
FW Dennis Bergkamp Arsenal 1

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Alan Miller West Bromwich Albion 1
DF Kieron Dyer Ipswich Town 1
DF Nigel Pearson Middlesbrough 2
DF Colin Cooper Double-dagger-14-plain.png Nottingham Forest 3
DF Mauricio Taricco Ipswich Town1
MF John Robinson Charlton Athletic 1
MF Lee Clark Sunderland 1
MF Robbie Keane Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
MF Georgi Kinkladze Double-dagger-14-plain.png Manchester City 2
FW Pierre van Hooijdonk Nottingham Forest1
FW Paul Merson Middlesbrough1

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Alec Chamberlain Watford 1
DF Gary Parkinson Preston North End 1
DF Shaun Taylor * Bristol City 4
DF Chris Coleman * Fulham 3
DF Peter Kennedy Watford1
MF Kevin Donovan Grimsby Town 1
MF Paul Bracewell Fulham1
MF Paul Groves Grimsby Town2
MF John Hodge Walsall 1
FW Roger Boli Walsall1
FW Shaun Goater Bristol City1

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Darren Ward Notts County 2
DF Ian Hendon ¤Notts County2
DF Gary Strodder Notts County1
DF Dean Walling ¤ Lincoln City 3
DF Dennis Pearce Notts County1
MF David Farrell Peterborough United 1
MF Jon Cullen Hartlepool United 1
MF Martin Ling Leyton Orient 1
MF Scott Houghton Peterborough United1
FW Jimmy Quinn Peterborough United2
FW Rodney Jack Torquay United 1

1998–99

Source [13]

FA Premier League

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Nigel Martyn Dagger-14-plain.png Leeds United 4
DF Gary Neville Dagger-14-plain.png Manchester United 4
DF Sol Campbell Tottenham Hotspur 1
DF Jaap Stam Manchester United1
DF Denis Irwin Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United3
MF David Beckham Dagger-14-plain.pngManchester United3
MF Emmanuel Petit Arsenal 1
MF Patrick Vieira Arsenal1
MF David Ginola Dagger-14-plain.pngTottenham Hotspur2
FW Dwight Yorke Manchester United1
FW Nicolas Anelka Arsenal1

First Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Richard Wright Ipswich Town 1
DF Gary Rowett Birmingham City 1
DF Michael Gray Double-dagger-14-plain.png Sunderland 2
DF Darren Moore Bradford City 1
DF Paul Butler [lower-alpha 2] Sunderland1
DF Mark Venus [lower-alpha 2] Ipswich Town1
MF Kieron Dyer Double-dagger-14-plain.pngIpswich Town2
MF Per Frandsen Bolton Wanderers 1
MF Lee Clark Double-dagger-14-plain.pngSunderland2
MF Allan Johnston Sunderland1
FW Lee Hughes West Bromwich Albion 1
FW Niall Quinn Sunderland1

Second Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Maik Taylor Fulham 1
DF Steve Finnan Fulham1
DF Chris Coleman *Fulham4
DF Steve Davis * Burnley 3
DF Rufus Brevett [lower-alpha 2] Fulham1
DF Jamie Vincent [lower-alpha 2] Bournemouth 1
MF Darren Wrack Walsall 1
MF Sean Gregan Preston North End 1
MF Graham Kavanagh Stoke City 1
MF Stephen Robinson Bournemouth1
FW Mark Stein *Bournemouth2
FW Geoff Horsfield Fulham1

Third Division

Pos.PlayerClubApp.
GK Jon Hallworth Cardiff City 1
DF Mark Delaney Cardiff City1
DF Chris Hope Scunthorpe United 1
DF Hermann Hreiðarsson Brentford 1
DF Paul Gibbs Plymouth Argyle 1
MF Jeff Minton Brighton & Hove Albion 1
MF Jason Fowler Cardiff City1
MF Paul Evans Shrewsbury Town 1
MF Simon Davies [lower-alpha 2] Peterborough United 1
MF Matthew Etherington [lower-alpha 2] Peterborough United1
FW Jamie Forrester Scunthorpe United1
FW Martin Butler Cambridge United 1

Notes

  1. Fjørtoft played for Swindon Town until March 1995. [9]
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Players tied for position. [13] [14]

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