POSH LATEST: One award winner, two near-misses and the latest Peterborough United injury news

Jon Taylor's three goals in October weren't enough to win the League One player-of-the-month prize. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.
Jon Taylor's three goals in October weren't enough to win the League One player-of-the-month prize. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.
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Peterborough United forward Jon Taylor has just missed out on the League One player-of-the-month award for October.

Taylor scored three goals in the month, but missed out to Millwall forward Aiden O’Brien.

Posh chief eecutive officer Bob Symns (left), pictured here with manager Graham Westley and Director of Football Barry Fry, collected a major Football League prize at Stamford Bridge.

Posh chief eecutive officer Bob Symns (left), pictured here with manager Graham Westley and Director of Football Barry Fry, collected a major Football League prize at Stamford Bridge.

Mark Robins of Scunthorpe won the League One manager-of-the-month award for October.

Taylor is expected to start tomorrow’s (November 7) FA Cup first round tie at Burton Albion and there is a chance that central defender Gaby Zakuani will be fit.

Zakuani will take a late fitness test nefore the team depart for Burton today (November 6).

Forward Marcus Maddison is expected to miss out again because of a knee complaint, but central defender Jack Baldwin is now very close to a return, 370 days after damaging his knee ligaments.

Posh official Bob Symns collected his Sky Bet League One Chief Executive of the Year award at Stamford Bridge last night. It’s an award decided on the votes of the other League One chief executives.

Symns missed out on the overall Chief Executive award for all divisions. That was won by Swansea’s Huw Jenkins.

“The award is a reflection on my staff as much as me,” Symns said.