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Football League Awards Round Up

Football League Awards Round Up

THE 4TH Football League Awards took place in London last night.

The U's saw the Best Matchday Programme award go to Burnley, a title the U's held previously.

Sylvan Ebanks-Blake was named the Championship Player of the Year, while Matt Fryatt and Grant Holt took the League One and League Two honors respectively.

Full Results:

Championship Player of the Year - Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolves)

League One Player of the Year - Matt Fryatt (Leicester)

League Two Player of the Year - Grant Holt (Shrewsbury Town)

Young Player of the Year - Fabian Delph (Leeds United)

Championship Apprentice Award - Sean Scannell (Crystal Palace)

League One Apprentice Award - Tom Aldred (Carlisle United)

League Two Apprentice Award - Matthew Phillips (Wycombe Wanderers)

Goal of the Year - Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolves v Charlton)

Championship Community Club of the Year - Charlton

League One Community Club of the Year - Leyton Orient

League Two Community Club of the Year - Brentford

PFA Player in the Community - Graeme Murty (Reading)

Fan of the Year - Warner Duff (Ipswich)

Best Fan Marketing Campaign - Preston

Best Matchday Programmer - Burnley

Best Digital Communication - MK Dons

Championship Family Club of the Year - Wolves

League One Family Club of the Year - Southend United

League Two Family Club of the Year - Shrewsbury Town

Outstanding Contribution to League Football - Jimmy Hill





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Writer:StevieG Col U
Date:Monday March 30 2009
Time: 10:33AM

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Bit surprised to see Matty Fryatt get the League One award, he's only been in the League for this season and the award is for the whole year. IMO someone like Simon cox should have won as he has consistently scored for a poor side, in Swindon.
StevieG Col U
03/04/2009 19:04:00
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Bit surprised to see Matty Fryatt get the League One award, he's only been in the League for this season and the award is for the whole year. IMO someone like Simon cox should have won as he has consistently scored for a poor side, in Swindon.
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03/04/2009 19:04:00
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