How they rated - the 2018/19 Chesterfield squad's individual contributions
Chesterfield's 2018/19 season was a tale of two halves, with the second half proving a lot more enjoyable than the first.
Here's how we think the club's players fared individually.
Jerome Binnom-Williams - 6 - Won the most important penalty of the season. As it has always been at Town, there were flashes of what he can do, but it was never consistent or sustained. Hampered by injury again too.
Ellis Chapman - 6.5 - An 18-year-old loanee central midfielder who played left wing-back under John Sheridan and did very well. Defensively he was caught out at times, but his deliveries into the box were consistently superb.
Sam Muggleton - 5 - Brought in to deliver a long throw that caused havoc but didn't produce goals. Struggled to endear himself to fans, became a symbol of tactics they hated. Sent out on loan before suffering horrific injuries.
Michael Nelson - 5 - Struggled with pace, confidence looked to suffer before Allen dropped him. Played once more in December, and Allen replaced him after nine minutes. A cruel end to the 39-year-old's playing stint at Town.