The Peterborough squad photo for the 2019/20 season
This was compiled for Thursday’s PT, ahead of the signing of Josh Knight.
Christy made three appearances for England Under 20s, making his debut against Romania in 2014 Jasons goal for Posh against Shrewsbury last season was his first for over a year Dan was at Portsmouth FC between the ages of 10-21, but left Fratton Park after 54 first-team appearances Alex made three appearances for Southend as a 17 year-old, but didnt play again for another 18 months The last time defender Mark played in League One he scored 7 goals in one season, 5 of them in a 7-game spell Frankie was at the Arsenal Academy from ages 7-16 before joining Colchester for whom he debuted aged 17 Mo broke the Cheltenham scoring record for a single season with 25 goals in the 2017-18 campaign Matt scored in the first minute of his Posh debut against Bristol Rovers in the first game of last season Siriki is eligible to play international football for England, Scotland or the Ivory Coast Marcus scored his 50th Posh goal in his 217th appearance against Gillingham at home last season Louis played for England at under 18, under 19 and under 20 level after making his Sheffield United debut aged 16 Rhys scored on his professional debut at Brechin City, while on loan at Falkirk from Bolton Ivan is Northampton Towns youngest first team player, having played aged 16 in an FA Cup tie at Bradford City Frazer dabbled in Bitcoin currency to supplement his football wages when at Kings Lynn. He helped Lynn to promotion to the National North League last season George was League One Apprentice of the Year for the 2014-15 season after scoring 3 goals for Crewe (25 apps) Serhat Tasdemir has played for Azerbaijan under 19s. At 16 he became Fylde AFCs youngest goalscorer In the 2014-15 Premier League season with Burnley George covered more miles in games than any other player Joe scored the equaliser for non-league side Woking in an FA Cup tie against Posh in 2017 Niall entered the Real Madrid Academy aged seven and played alongside legend Zinedine Zidanes sons Conor saved three penalties in a shootout when Posh knocked Bradford City out of the FA Cup last season According to Wikipedia, Idris turned down the chance to join Man United aged 17 in order to seek first team football Sam won a Football League achievement award in 2017, following in the footsteps of Ryan Sessegnon and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, among others Kyle was last seasons Posh youth team skipper, having joined the clubs Academy set-up aged 13. Hes originally from Kings Lynn and played on loan at Lowestoft last season Steve Evans claimed he wanted to hand Harrison his Football League debut on the final day of the 2017-18 season at Portsmouth, but was blocked by the Football League