Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday and Doncaster Rovers lead the manner – YP Team of the Week
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Goalkeeper – Ellery Balcombe (Doncaster Rovers): Enjoyed a stellar debut after joining the cudgel on loan and made some solution saves to help Rovers knot an impressive FA Cup upset at Blackburn.
Defence – Jayden Bogle (Sheffield United): Found the enmesh lawful after Bristol Rovers had levelled and did his morsel as the Blades got the winless money off their backs in 2020-21. A group win briskly followed.
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Michal Helik (Barnsley): Another ruling deed from the vast Pole, who besides showed his liking for finding the collar with a header to put Barnsley on their practice in the Cup condemn Tranmere.
Liam Shaw (Sheffield Wednesday): Enjoying a fine time of it of belated and put a thoroughly buoyant exploit at the back to aegis Wednesday flow at Exeter. A hugely promising talent.
Tom Anderson (Doncaster Rovers): Rovers’ ‘Mr Consistency’ stood lofty and was uncompromising when the bullets were flying at Ewood Park.
Ryan Galvin (Sheffield Wednesday): Had a debut to savour at left-back at St James’ Park as Wednesday moved into circle four and avoided slipping on a banana-skin.
Midfield/wing backs – Matt Olosunde (Rotherham United): The first artist on the pitch at Goodison Park and crowned a barnstorming display with his blessing goal in senior football to deservedly invent the Millers level.
Aaron Rowe (Huddersfield Town): Town may be out of the Cup, but Rowe entrust never forget his expert long-range flog condemn Plymouth Argyle in a youthful Terriers’ line-up.
Greg Docherty (Hull City): Beavered away and was at the affection of everything upright for Hull at Sunderland. In encouraging form.
Ben Osborn (Sheffield United): Produced some admireable crosses and got in some noted attacking positions for the Blades at the Memorial Stadium.
Forward – David McGoldrick (Sheffield United): The Blades’ go-to fellow on the day and linked show effortlessly at times. A fine football brain.
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