Peterborough United striker Lee Angol has completed his move to Mansfield Town.

The 22 year old front man has joined the Stags for an undisclosed fee.

Angol fell out of favour at the ABAX Stadium this season following an ankle injury that kept him out until December.

He picked up the injury in pre-season, and struggled to return to the first team picture when fully fit.

He was loaned out to National League side Lincoln City alongside Harry Anderson, where he helped them earn promotion back to the English Football League as champions.

Angol had joined Posh in 2015 from Luton Town.

He caught the eye of Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony when on loan at Boreham Wood.

He scored just one goal this season during his time at Peterborough, and picked up one assist.

Angol enjoyed more success in the National League with Lincoln City.

During his time at the Imps, he scored five goals and assisted his team mates twice.

These five goals included a hattrick on his debut in a 4-0 victory away at Braintree Town.

Angol’s stand out moment in a Peterborough United shirt is arguably his performance in the FA Cup third round game at Chelsea, where he got John Terry sent off.

Mansfield fans seem very excited about the signing of Lee Angol.

However, this Peterborough United fan is not best pleased that Angol was not given more of a chance during his time at the ABAX Stadium.

 

 


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