No Tigers in Team of the Year

Last updated : 15 April 2002 By Andy Beill
At the PFA Awards Dinner last night each divisional 'team of the year' - voted for by players - were announced.

The Third Division team didn't have any City players in it. Plymouth's Romain Larrieu was named as the 'keeper, with his team-mates Graham Coughlan and Paul Watton in defence alongside Cheltenham's Mike Duff and Luton's Matthew Taylor.

Scunthorpe pair Lee Hodges and Peter Beagrie were in the midfield, as were Plymouth playmaker David Friio and Mansfield winger Lee Williamson.

Forwards Nathan Ellington - who left Bristol Rovers for Wigan on transfer deadline day - and Chris Greenacre - the league's top scorer this year - completed the line-up.

Meanwhile, Man Utd striker Ruud Van Nistelrooy took home the PFA Player of the Year trophy, while Newcastle's Craig Bellamy was named the Young Player of the Year.

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