The Seventy Two has joined forces with fellow Football League blog The Two Unfortunates, not to mention fans of all 72 clubs in the Football League, to bring you a full 108-page season preview.
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Team of the season
- Shwan Jalal (Bournemouth)
- Kevin McNaughton (Cardiff City)
- Joe Skarz (Bury)
- Jose Fonte (Southampton)
- Guy Branston (was Torquay United, now Bradford City)
- Dean Cox (Leyton Orient)
- Gareth Ainsworth (Wycombe Wanderers)
- Adel Taarabt (Queen’s Park Rangers)
- Scott Sinclair (Swansea City)
- Ryan Hall (Southend United)
- Craig Mackail-Smith (Peterborough United)
Manager: Paul Lambert (Norwich City)
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