Norwich City striker Teemu Pukki took the top honor of Championship Player of the Season on the EFL Awards. The Finland global claimed the award beforehand of Sheffield United’s Billy Sharp and Birmingham City’s Che Adams. Pukki, 29, has scored 26 desires and supplied nine assists to help the Canaries to the brink of merchandising.
Luton Town striker James Collins received the League One Player of the Season award, while Tranmere Rovers’ James Norwood was honored in League Two. It changed into a night of the second party for Norwich as full-returned Max Aarons turned into named Young Player of the Season. Aarons, 19, has scored three instances in 35 Championship appearances in his first season at senior level and was nominated along with Derby County’s Harry Wilson and Luton’s James Justin.
While Sheffield United striker Sharp just have neglected out at the pinnacle gong, he becomes recognized with the Moment of the Season award at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.
Sharp, 33, became the leading goalscorer within the EFL this century in January when he exceeded Rickie Lambert and his 220th career strike.
The former Doncaster and Nottingham Forest player have stretched that tally to 227 dreams because as the Blades sit down 2nd in the Championship, a point beforehand of 0.33-positioned Leeds United with six games to play. “This is virtually extremely good; it’s a certainly proud second,” he said. “Personal accolades are remarkable, and it’s exquisite to obtain this – I’ll replicate on tonight as a proud one. “Of direction, my attention now could be firmly on setting a P for advertising beside our call come to the stop of the season.”
Sharp was also named within the Season’s EFL Team, made from gamers from across all three divisions and managed by using his Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder.
The Year’s goal went to Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves for his lovely strike towards Derby County in April 2018.
Hot-pictures Collins and Norwood honored
James Collins’ 22 dreams up to now in League One this season have placed leaders Luton Town on the verge of an ancient returned-to-returned promoting to the Championship.
The Hatters set a club record of 28 games unbeaten on Saturday with a 2-2 draw towards Blackpool, a game in which Collins opened the scoring before being despatched off for a 2d bookable offense within the second half. Nevertheless, the 28-year-vintage has picked up from where he left off the remaining season wherein his 19 dreams in League Two helped them be automated merchandising. Hoping for a similar outcome in May, maybe League Two Player of the Season and Tranmere Rovers striker James Norwood. His tally of 27 desires this campaign is seven beforehand of his nearest challenger and made even greater astonishing in his first season in the EFL. Fifth-placed Tranmere, who’re four points off the automated advertising locations with five video games ultimate, will wish he has a few more desires left to make contributions.
Other winners at the EFL Awards
- Apprentice of the Year: Max Bird (Derby County)
- PFA Player in the Community: Will Vaulks (Rotherham United)
- Sir Tom Finney Award for Career Contribution to the EFL: Joe Thompson (Rochdale)
- Community Club of the Year: Portsmouth
- Family Club of the Year: Doncaster Rovers
- Contribution to League Football: David Allison
- A supporter of the Year: Roger Groves and Mike Davis (Shrewsbury Town)
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