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League One 2016/17 Golden Boot Battle (1/5/17)

League One 2016/17 Golden Boot Battle (1/5/17)

With all playing 46 League One games in the 2016/17 season, the race for the League One Golden Boot is over for this year.

With goalscoring so far this season, the Golden Boot race was pretty much a three player race with Billy Sharp (Sheffield United), James Vaughan (Bury) and Josh Morris (Scunthorpe United) best placed to take the recognition this season.

With the final game in the year played though in the division, Billy Sharp is the clear winner sitting on 28 goals for the campaign and James Vaughan was four strikes behind him.

So limited to those with twelve or more strikes for the year, here's the final table.

Top League One Scorers 2016/17 So Far
No
Club
Player
Goals
1
Sheffield United
Billy Sharp
28 goals
2
Bury
James Vaughan
24 goals
3
Scunthorpe United
Josh Morris
19 goals
4
Millwall
Lee Gregory
17 goals
5
Bristol Rovers
Matty Taylor
16 goals
-
Southend United
Simon Cox
16 goals
7
Bristol Rovers
Billy Bodin
15 goals
-
Rochdale
Ian Henderson
15 goals
-
Walsall
Erhun Oztumer
15 goals
10
Fleetwood Town
David Ball
14 goals
-
Bradford City
Alex Jones
14 goals
12
Charlton Athletic
Ricky Holmes
13 goals
-
Oxford United
Chris Maguire
13 goals
-
Millwall
Aiden O'Brien
13 goals
-
Gillingham
Josh Wright
13 goals
16
MK Dons
Kieran Agard
12 goals
-
Scunthorpe United
Ivan Toney
12 goals


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Monday May 1 2017
Time: 11:43AM

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