Bristol Rovers striker Billy Bodin has been voted by you as the 49th best player in the EFL.

Over the last month, we have been gathering votes from you to find the best managers and players in the EFL. And after counting the votes, we have discovered you think that Bodin is the 49th best player in the Football League.
It was Bristol Rovers’ first season back in Sky Bet League One following back to back promotions, and it was important that they had someone to bang in the goals in order to be a success. Of course, they had Matty Taylor, but he left the club in January to join their arch rivals Bristol City. Billy Bodin stepped up, and has become somewhat of a legend at Bristol Rovers. The Welsh striker has scored 13 goals in 37 games, nine of which have been coming on from the bench. He has also created six goals for his Rovers team mates. His performance this season shows a lot of consistency with his performance when Bristol Rovers were in Sky Bet League two, when he also scored 13, and assisted five.
Bristol Rovers were unfortunate to miss out on the Play-Offs this season, as they fell narrowly short. They finished in 10th place, just seven points adrift of sixth place Millwall, who they lost to on the final day of the season. Billy Bodin will be hoping to push on next campaign, and try and help his side reach the top six in the league.


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