How the big-money Peterborough United signings have fared at London Road

Peterborough United paid a club record fee in the region of £1.3 million for Bristol City striker Mo Eisa yesterday (June 1).

Monday, 3rd June 2019, 9:13 am
New Posh club record signing Mo Eisa. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Accoring to Peterborough Telegraph records Posh have now paid £400k or over for 13 players, but some have been more successful than others...

£1.25 million from Watford, July 2013. Outstanding striker. 58 appearances, 33 goals. Value for money: 8/10.
£1.1 million from Crawley, July 2012. MIsfiring, limited striker. 63 appearances, 12 goals. Value for money: 1/10.

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£800K from Stevenage, July, 2012. Powerful defender./midfielder. 228 appearances, 23 goals. Value for money: 6/10.
£700K, from Gillingham, June, 2013. Neat and tidy midfielder. 104 appearances, 5 goals. Value for money: 4/10.
£600K, from Hartlepool, September, 2014. Shotshy, goalshy striker. 34 appearances, 2 goals. Value for money: 2/10.
£500K from Newcastle, August, 2018. Big, strong striker. 55 appearances, 23 goals. Value for money: 7/10.
£500K from Hartlepool, January, 2014. Accident prone defender. 118 appearances, 5 goals. Value for money: 5/10.
£500K from Grimsby, January, 2010. Classy centre-back. 100 appearances, 7 goals. Value for money: 9/10.
£500K from Dagenham & Redbridge, January, 2013. High-class finisher. 29 appearances, 13 goals. Value for money: 9/10.
£450K from Luton, July 2018. Deadly striker. 56 appearances, 33 goals. Value for money: 9/10.
£425K from Stevenage, July 2018. Hard-working striker. 48 appearances, 18 goals. Value for money: 7/10.
£400K from Norwich, July, 2008. Erratic goalkeeper. 190 appearances, 0 goals. Value for money: 7/10.