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Posh Release 2013/14 Squad Numbers


Peterborough United have today released the squad numbers for the forthcoming season.



Kit in changing room



The majority of players have retained their number from last season while all the players on the transfer list have been given a squad number.

New signing Jack Payne has been given the number eight shirt while the number nine shirt has been left vacant for the replacement of Dwight Gayle.

All the promising youngsters have been given squad numbers as they will be given a run-out throughout the season.

The squad numbers are:

1. Bobby Olejnik
2. Craig Alcock
3. Kgosi Ntlhe
4. Shaun Brisley
5. Gabriel Zakuani
6. Michael Bostwick
7. Danny Swanson
8. Jack Payne
9. -
10. Lee Tomlin
11. Grant McCann
12. Emile Sinclair
13. Joe Day
14. Tommy Rowe
15. Jermaine Anderson
16. Daniel Kearns
17. Joe Newell
18. Kane Ferdinand
19. Nathaniel Mendez-Laing
20. Nathaniel Knight-Percival
21. Nicky Ajose
22. Jevani Brown
23. Tyrone Barnett
24. Shaquille McDonald
25. Peter Grant
26. Michael Richens
27. Charlie Coulson
28. Jaanai Gordon
29. Alex Lynch

Tommy Rowe will again captain the side despite being on the transfer list.

Posh host former Premiership side QPR tomorrow [Saturday] with most of the players expecting a run out wearing their 2013/14 squad number.

UP THE POSH



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Date:Friday July 12 2013

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