The March nominations for the Sky Bet Championship Manager of the Month Award are as follows:
Daniel Farke (Norwich City)
A sixth successive month-to-month nomination for Farke completely illustrates the constant brilliance of his table-topping team as they moved 14 points away from third-placed Swansea with 13 points amassed from 5 unbeaten video games.
Valerien Ismael (Barnsley)
The expansive football Ismael preaches reaped 13 points from six video games and a spot within the play-off locations. Particularly vibrant away from Oakwell, visits to QPR, Bournemouth and Wycombe every introduced three goals and three points.
Xisco Munoz (Watford)
March was transferring month for Munoz’s males. They started it embroiled in a three-way struggle for the second automated promotion spot and ended it in model, six points away from Swansea and Brentford after an ideal 5 wins and a 12-2 goal differential.
Paul Warne (Rotherham United)
With optimistic Covid assessments forcing the closure of the coaching ground and postponement of fixtures, Rotherham may have felt sorry for themselves. As a substitute, Warne masterminded two away wins from their three video games to maintain his side in contact with their relegation rivals.
The March nominations for the Sky Bet Championship Player of the Month Award are as follows:
Arnaut Danjuma (AFC Bournemouth)
After a tough first season in Dorset, the Lagos-born Dutchman is discovering his feet on the left side of a dangerous Bournemouth attack. The fluidity of his motion allied to candy timing of the ball underpinned three goals and three assists in just 4 March video games.
Kenny McLean (Norwich City)
Norwich’s success has been constructed on clear sheets – three in March – whereas not sacrificing their attacking circulate. McLean has been pivotal, shielding his back 4, winning battles all over the pitch and bursting forward to score against Blackburn.
Alex Mowatt (Barnsley)
The captain’s left foot has been a wand of for Barnsley throughout their very good springtime run. An unstoppable free-kick at QPR was the spotlight, however 5 different goals got here from his deliveries into the field at lifeless balls and in open play.
Francisco Sierralta (Watford)
The Chilean was the uncompromising rock on the coronary heart of a Watford defence that conceded just two goals in 5 March video games. Excellent within the air against Cardiff and Birmingham, he additionally headed the opening goal within the 4-1 win at Rotherham.
Winners shall be introduced on Friday.