KIERAN O’HARA – MACCLESFIELD TOWN
The end of the season was one to remember for the Republic of Ireland youngster as he helped the Silkmen avoid relegation from League Two on the final day and ended up winning three prizes (Player of the Year, Players’ Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year) in their annual awards. Sol Campbell’s arrival as manager boosted the Cheshire club’s fortunes and O’Hara was a key figure in the campaign, making 42 appearances and impressing the boss, fellow players and the fans at Moss Rose.
JOEL PEREIRA – KORTRIJK
The keeper returned from a spell in Portugal with Vitoria Setubal and accepted a new challenge in the Belgian top flight. The team is still chasing a potential route into the Europa League as they only need a draw with Saint-Gilloise to earn a play-off place in the European competition. The Portugal Under-21 international has faced a fight for the no.1 jersey.
REGAN POOLE – NEWPORT COUNTY
The centre-back (pictured in the main image above) returned to his former club in January and helped spark a rapid climb up the League Two table, while also appearing in some huge games. He played well as County performed gamely in losing to Manchester City in the Emirates FA Cup, after knocking Middlesbrough out in the previous round. Poole was influential again when the Welsh side secured a play-off final spot against Tranmere Rovers this week, converting his penalty in the shoot-out triumph over Mansfield Town.
TOM SANG – AFC FYLDE
The versatile Liverpudlian joined the National League promotion chasers at the end of the January window after impressing in a training game against Bury. He was part of the Coasters squad that clinched a place at Wembley in the FA Trophy final on 19 May, by beating Stockport County, but he didn’t feature when Fylde lost the play-off final to the Class of ’92’s club, Salford City, last weekend.
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