Latest News

Fry Confident James Will Come Good

Fry Confident James Will Come Good

Barry Fry has backed Luke James to come good for Peterborough.

James 20, who was the League One Apprentice of the Year in 2013, moved to the Posh last September after bursting on to the scene at Victoria Park in 2011-12.

The youngster netted 15 goals in his last full season with Pool but has so far failed to hit those heights at London Road.

He managed just two goals in 34 appearances last term but Posh director of football Fry is confident he will come good.

“My opinion of Luke is he’s not scored goals for us but he’s arguably one of the best forwards we’ve had in terms of all-round ability,” said Fry.

“I’m sure that if we stay with him, loan him out and let him get his confidence back he’ll be very good for Peterborough in the future.”

Other General News

Tonge Delighted That 'Long Road' Rewarded With Pro Posh Deal

Tonge Delighted That ‘Long Road’ Rewarded With Pro Posh Deal

Second-year Apprentice Oscar Tonge expressed his delight upon securing his first professional contract with League One outfit Peterborough United. Described..

General News
Bright Commits Future To County

Bright Commits Future To County

Second-year apprentice Harrison Bright has signed his first professional contract with Newport County, just days after making his EFL debut..

General News
Bristol Rovers Offer Academy Duo Pro Deals

Bristol Rovers Offer Academy Duo Pro Deals

Bristol Rovers have announced that second-year apprentices Harvey Greenslade and Jamie Egan have signed their first professional contracts. Striker Greenslade,..

General News