As part of the Football League 125th Anniversary celebrations, supporters across the country are to be given a chance to vote for their club’s greatest ever players, managers and matches.
In what is the biggest supporter vote ever undertaken by The Football League, votes will be run on a weekly basis on The League’s new 125th anniversary microsite at www.FL125.co.uk. The votes will be done on a club-by-club basis, with each club submitting their own shortlists.
This week, Brewers supporters are being asked to decide the club’s best Football League campaign. Despite only being a football league club since the 2009/10 season, there are some decent contenders for the Brewers’ best Football League season; with the options below.
2009/10 - The Brewers' first ever season in The Football League was a success with a 13th-place finish; 18 points clear of the relegation zone and just 10 off the Play-Offs.
2011/12 - The Brewers again survive comfortably in League 2 with a 17th-place finish.
2012/13 - The Brewers are were in the mix for automatic promotion up to the penultimate match of the season; eventually losing out in the Play-Offs.
As well as voting for the Brewers’ best Football League season, nominations for the next category, that of the best player, are now being taken via Facebook and Twitter so let us know who you would have as the top five Albion players of the Football League era!