Micky Gynn playing for Coventry against Spurs in the 1987 FA Cup Final.

Who’s ‘the daddy’ of the high achieving former Posh players? Will it be Ivan Toney one day?

Former Peterborough United star Ivan Toney is threatening to have a golden career in professional football.

By Alan Swann
Tuesday, 8th December 2020, 8:19 am

After leaving Posh in a reported £10 million move to Championship side Brentford in the summer the classy all-round striker has scored 14 goals in 16 second tier games.

Toney, who started 77 times for Posh in two seasons after a £300k move from Newcastle United and rattled in 49 goals, is already being touted as a transfer target for Premier League clubs.

He wouldn’t be the first ex-Posh player to get to the top-flight. In the past the club has seen former players win international caps, Premier League titles, European competitions, play in World Cups and win the FA Cup.

Others have gone on to enjoy excellent careers with big clubs in big competitions and we recognise those players here.

The PT’s top 12 Posh achievers (in reverse order)...

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