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EFL Championship Awards Shortlist

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Has been announced.

EFL Championship Manager of the Season

Daniel Farke- Leeds

Liam Rosenior- Hull City.

Kieran Mckenna- Ipswich Town.


EFL Championship Player of the Season

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall – Leicester City

Crysencio Summerville – Leeds United

Sammie Szmodics – Blackburn Rovers


EFL Championship Apprentice of the Season,

Archie Gray – Leeds United

Freddie Issaka – Plymouth Argyle

Nathan Lowe – Stoke City


EFL Championship Young Player of the Season.

Archie Gray- Leeds United


Jonathan Rowe- Norwich City.


Jordan James- Birmingham City
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Archie must be a shoo-in anyway.
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Carrick Dave wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 1:39 pm Archie must be a shoo-in anyway.
For 1 yes, he's nominated for 2 (I forgot one) :oops:
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Liam Rosenior shouldn't be on that list.

Carlos Corberan

Danny Rohl

Marti Cifuentes.

Mark Robins

David Wagner

All done better under the circumstances
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McKenna will win easily with the non faders
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Jaydog wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 2:17 pm McKenna will win easily with the non faders
Why do they do this with 6 matches still left? Would Farke be a contender if we don't go up automatically? Will Roenior be a contender if Hull finish where they are now, 10th?

It is like running a 100m race and handing out the medals based on how everyone was doing after 80m
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I expect the winners of the league to get manager of the year, anything less is an insult.
Mckenna has done an excellent job, but so has DF.
Archie uaght to win young player but I don't care as long as we win promotion.
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weasel wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 2:54 pm Why do they do this with 6 matches still left? Would Farke be a contender if we don't go up automatically? Will Roenior be a contender if Hull finish where they are now, 10th?

It is like running a 100m race and handing out the medals based on how everyone was doing after 80m
If I was running against you they could give me the medal the night before
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weasel wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 2:54 pm Why do they do this with 6 matches still left? Would Farke be a contender if we don't go up automatically? Will Roenior be a contender if Hull finish where they are now, 10th?

It is like running a 100m race and handing out the medals based on how everyone was doing after 80m
I agree though. Why isn’t Maresca on there?
But McKenna is a 1/10 shot in my book currently. Of course that could change and the award could fade away.
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Jaydog wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 3:03 pm If I was running against you they could give me the medal the night before
Do they give medals for being the biggest loser? If so you are most welcome to it.
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weasel wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 3:47 pm Do they give medals for being the biggest loser? If so you are most welcome to it.
I hope so. I love medals.
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Jaydog wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 3:12 pm I agree though. Why isn’t Maresca on there?
But McKenna is a 1/10 shot in my book currently. Of course that could change and the award could fade away.
Leicester are effectively accused of cheating and gaining an unfair sporting advantage.

So I'd imagine that is why.

It should be Mckenna imo
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Leicester fans annoyed Abdul Fatawu isn't nominated for anything.

May have a point for young player of the year.

Miles off for player of the year.

Doesn't get close to Summerville for goals, chances created in total or chances created per game or goals or assists ratio (Summerville every 120, Fatawu every 170)

He is top for big chances created tbf.

But nothing else.
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Jaydog wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 3:54 pm I hope so. I love medals.
The committee decided to give you the award, for biggest loser, but they realised that by giving you the award before the competition finished you would then become a winner and as such you were disqualified from the event. After being disqualified you then became the biggest loser again and the committee hastily got together and declared you the winner. This though resulted once more in you no longer being a loser and being disqualified. This then continued to loop around causing a paradoxical event that brought the world to an end later this month, 36 years prematurely.

That is why competions like this shouldn't be judged prematurely. The EFL could go from being totally inept to becoming the harbingers of our doom.
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weasel wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 4:51 pm The committee decided to give you the award, for biggest loser, but they realised that by giving you the award before the competition finished you would then become a winner and as such you were disqualified from the event. After being disqualified you then became the biggest loser again and the committee hastily got together and declared you the winner. This though resulted once more in you no longer being a loser and being disqualified. This then continued to loop around causing a paradoxical event that brought the world to an end later this month, 36 years prematurely.

That is why competions like this shouldn't be judged prematurely. The EFL could go from being totally inept to becoming the harbingers of our doom.
I can see the problem and anyway I have a clutch of washing up medals and 2 for doing the vacuuming. I don’t have any room left in the trophy cabinet.
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Jaydog wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 4:57 pm I can see the problem and anyway I have a clutch of washing up medals and 2 for doing the vacuuming. I don’t have any room left in the trophy cabinet.
I had heard the rumours though I fear I may have got the wrong idea when I was told you liked getting your hands covered in fairy liquid and were an expert when it came to sucking.

Delighted you have cleared it up.
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Cjay wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 4:37 pm Leicester are effectively accused of cheating and gaining an unfair sporting advantage.

So I'd imagine that is why.

It should be Mckenna imo
It’s a toss up between him & Farke I suppose.
Of course McKenna had zero pressure. Was listening to a group of Ipswich fans at a local game on Saturday saying mid table would’ve been great. Some thought they’d struggle to avoid going back down again. Dream land for them.
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weasel wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 5:02 pm I had heard the rumours though I fear I may have got the wrong idea when I was told you liked getting your hands covered in fairy liquid and were an expert when it came to sucking.

Delighted you have cleared it up.
Yes tbh I can see where my post could be misconstrued by a pervert.
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Jaydog wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 5:10 pm Yes tbh I can see where my post could be misconstrued by a pervert.
You filthy swine. Nobody on here would surely want to be misconstruing your post, short though it is.

Your disgusting euphemisms have no place on this family board.
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weasel wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 5:16 pm You filthy swine. Nobody on here would surely want to be misconstruing your post, short though it is.

Your disgusting euphemisms have no place on this family board.
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