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Where should Posh strengthen next? (Poll)


With the loan signings of left back Matt Briggs from Fulham and centre-back Shaun Brisley from Macclesfield Town, what position should Posh look to strengthen next?

Excluding the youth players such as Jaanai Gordon-Hutton and Dan Lawler, the players currently available for Fergie comprise of:

Joe Lewis - Goalkeeper
Paul Jones - Goalkeeper

Gaby Zakuani - Centre Back
Shaun Brisley - Centre Back
Ryan Bennett - Centre Back

Mark Little - Right Back
Craig Alcock - Right / Left Back
Matt Briggs - Left Back

Tommy Rowe - Left Back / Left Midfield

Grant McCann - Midfield
George Boyd - Midfield
Ryan Tunnicliffe - Midfield
Lee Frecklington - Midfield
Joe Newell - Midfield
Danny Kearns - Midfield

Lee Tomlin - Midfield / Forward

Emile Sinclair - Forward
Paul Taylor - Forward
David Ball - Forward

Are 19 players enough?

Ryan Bennett goes to Norwich at the end of the month while Ryan Tunnicliffe could also return to Manchester United at that point as well. If Matt Briggs doesn`t extend his month loan, that will leave Posh with just 16 senior players!

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Date:Sunday February 12 2012

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