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

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

Derek Adams (Morecambe)

Pre-season favourites to go down and then certainties to tail off, Adams’ players are defying expectations and embracing their involvement in a promotion race, scoring 11 goals in six March video games which introduced 13 points.

Ian Evatt (Bolton Wanderers)

Remarkably, his side matched its February file in March – 5 wins, one draw and a 9-3 goal differential from six unbeaten video games. That constant kind included crucial wins over promotion rivals Cambridge United and Forest Inexperienced Rovers. 

Rob Kelly (Barrow)

A reluctant manager, but his information of the membership and his players is proving invaluable as Barrow combat to protect their hard-won EFL standing. 4 wins in a row, three with out conceding has seen them in glorious kind, together with a surprising 2-0 triumph at Cheltenham.

Alex Revell (Stevenage)

In his first administration function, Revell has constructed his Stevenage team from the back, making them hard to beat, then including an attacking risk. They earned 14 points from six unbeaten video games in March to move into mid-table.

 

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

Alex Baptiste (Bolton Wanderers) 

And not using a membership, the 35-year-old is a former teammate of Bolton manager Ian Evatt, however nonetheless needed to earn himself a contract. His calm head and studying of the sport is significant to a defence which conceded three goals in six video games.

Patrick Brough (Barrow)

Transformed from central defence to a left wing-back function, Brough galloped up and down the pitch to telling impact, scoring each goals within the win over Mansfield. He was additionally excellent within the victory at Cheltenham, clearing off his own line.

Wes Hoolahan (Cambridge United) 

The influential 38-year-old played in 4 video games in March, all of which Cambridge received. The 2 he missed had been lost. Scored a brilliantly intricate particular person goal against Cheltenham and set up a last-minute winner at Carlisle.

Matt Jay (Exeter City) 

5 goals and an assist for the central midfielder who has turn into the fulcrum of Exeter’s attacking play along with his imaginative and prescient and power. Scored an exciting hat-trick breaking forward against Orient and a surprising free-kick at Scunthorpe.

All winners will probably be introduced on Friday 9 April.

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