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

The April nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Manager of the Month Award are as follows:

Gary Bowyer (Salford City)

The calls for at Salford are great, however Bowyer confirmed a cool head in masterminding 5 wins and a 17-point bonanza from eight video games. The catalyst was a 2-0 victory at Forest Inexperienced as Bowyer’s males ended April within the play-off locations.

 

Darrell Clarke (Port Vale)

This was the month wherein Clarke’s affect on Vale following his arrival in February turned obvious to all. His side stored 5 clear sheets and conceded just a single goal as they collected 16 points from six unbeaten matches.

 

Michael Duff (Cheltenham City)

No matter frustration lingered from missing out on computerized promotion last season due to sport’s lockdown was lastly swept away as Duff’s constant side earned a ticket to League One with 14 points from seven matches.

 

Hayden Mullins (Colchester United)

Thrust into the manager’s seat with Colchester sliding in direction of the trapdoor, Mullins’ calming affect impressed a draw at promotion-chasing Bolton and wins over relegation rivals Walsall and Southend to make sure survival.

 

The April nominations for the Sky Bet League Two Player of the Month Award are as follows:

Tom Conlon (Port Vale) – midfielder

Vale captain and midfield dynamo in a side which swept past all-comers in April, Conlon linked play and contributed three goals and an assist. The centrepiece was an audacious marvel goal struck from close to the midway line within the win at Barrow.

 

Ian Henderson (Salford City) – striker

Ending the season as he started it – in kind. It wasn’t just his six goals and an assist, it was the timing and significance of his strikes, which included a superb volley at Forest Inexperienced and late winners against Stevenage and Bradford.

 

Paul Mullin (Cambridge United) – striker

Six goals in seven video games, together with two against his former membership Morecambe in a 2-1 win, took Cambridge to the brink of computerized promotion and made him the primary player to score 30 League Two goals in a season since 2012/13.

 

Ben Tozer (Cheltenham City) – central defender

As reliable as ever in the course of a back three which conceded just three goals in seven video games, Tozer additionally unleashed his not-so-secret weapon, an extended throw which assisted 4 Cheltenham goals of their promotion month.

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