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Sky Bet League Two: Manager and Player of the Month September nominations

7 October 2020

The September nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Manager of the Month Award are:

John Askey (Port Vale)

No League Two team seemed better placed to make the play-offs than Vale when last season was curtailed. Askey has harnessed the disappointment to start this one impressively, not conceding a goal while amassing seven points from nine.

Mark Bonner (Cambridge United)

The six-month break between seasons ground to a halt the momentum Bonner built up in January and February. It didn’t deter his team from going undefeated, collecting seven points from three games with an 8-0 goal differential.

Mike Flynn (Newport County)

Amid his side’s usual cup heroics and eight September fixtures in all competitions, Flynn juggled his squad adeptly and oversaw a haul of seven points from three unbeaten league games, which included difficult-looking trips to Scunthorpe and Bolton.

Simon Weaver (Harrogate Town)

Took seamlessly to management in the EFL, guiding his side to an unbeaten first month and a five-point haul. Draws against likely promotion chasers Walsall and Port Vale were as impressive as the opening day 4-0 win at Southend.

The September nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Player of the Month Award are...


Ian Henderson (Salford City) – striker

Unwanted by Rochdale, Henderson has taken his scoring boots to Salford and carried on doing what he does best. Four goals in three games included a hat-trick at Grimsby where he calmly despatched two penalties – evidence of his leadership qualities.

Aaron Martin (Harrogate Town) – striker

The 29-year-old has taken a liking to EFL defences having signed from Guiseley in pre-season. Two goals and three assists in three games have showcased his talent, particularly his dominance in the air and the ability to time his jump.

Paul Mullin (Cambridge United) - striker

Three goals and an assist in Cambridge’s impressive start, the striker is happy to create space for teammates. His most memorable effort didn’t even go down as his goal, a delicious curler at Morecambe which went in off the keeper’s back.

Adam Phillips (Morecambe) - midfielder

The on-loan midfielder is back at Morecambe and has continued his fine form from the end of last season. His vision and eye for a pass set up one goal at Southend where he scored another to add to a penalty - won and converted - at Cheltenham.


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