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1Luton61416
2Wycombe6614
3Newport County6512
4Stevenage6-112
5Lincoln City6011
6Carlisle6410
7Cheltenham6310
8Notts County6310
9Colchester6210
10Coventry6210
11Accrington Stanley6010
12Swindon639
13Grimsby619
14Port Vale617
15Cambridge Utd6-17
16Yeovil6-17
17Crawley Town6-27
18Mansfield6-47
19Exeter6-47
20Crewe6-66
21Morecambe6-64
22Forest Green6-94
23Chesterfield6-53
24Barnet6-52

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Who Are Ya: Shrewsbury

By: Richard Hubbert
Date: 02/08/2006

WITH the new season almost upon us, it's time to cast an eye upon the teams in League Two for 2006-2007. Richard Hubbert turns his attention to Shrewsbury.

Shrewsbury

ManagerGary Peters
Last Season10th in League Two
Transfers In
Andy CookeBradfordFree
Chris MacKenzieChesterFree
Stuart DrummondChesterFree
Daniel HallOldhamFree
Ben DaviesChesterFree
Dale WilliamsYeovilFree
Ryan EssonAberdeenFree
Transfers Out
Mark StallardLincolnFree
Joe HartMan City£600,000
Jamie McClenKidderminsterFree
Stuart WhiteheadKidderminsterFree
Glyn ThompsonHerefordFree
Kevin Sharp Released
Dave Walton Released
Ben Smith Released
Key PlayerBen Davies.Gary Peters pulled off a real coup by snapping up Davies from rivals Chester City. Davies caught the eye last season with some impressive performances in the centre of the Chester midfield and many thought he would move to a League One club. If he can dominate the midfield area for Shrewsbury, they could have a very good season.
StrengthsThe Shrews have an astute manager in the shape of Gary Peters. His squad is slowly starting to take shape. Andy Cooke and Glynn Hurst will score goals in this division, whilst in Jamie Tolley, they boast one of the best young midfielders in the lower leagues.
WeaknessesAs with Joe Hart, Shrewsbury could be forced to sell some of their top talent should bigger sides come knocking. Also, their away form last term was abysmal - nobody lost more games on the road than the Shrews.
Prediction4th. I think Shrewsbury could be another surprise package this season. Gary Peters has added one or two excellent players to a side that at the end of last season was starting to hit form.

Next Team: Stockport

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