Bournemouth ahead Arnaut Danjuma has been named the Sky Wager Championship Participant of the Month for April.
It is a second straight nomination for the flamboyant ahead who both scored or assisted 10 of Bournemouth’s 18 objectives in April. The motion, tempo, steadiness, all had been on present in his 5 objectives, which included an outstanding strike at Norwich.
Danjuma stated: “I am very comfortable to raise this trophy and really pleased with the way in which I have been taking part in. If I can contribute to the crew and assist them to get the wins then I am comfortable, and I really feel like I have been doing that.
“My favorite second of April was the purpose towards Norwich the place I scored within the prime nook. It was an important sport for the crew and an enormous win for us.
“This can be a nice trophy however the largest one for us is to hopefully get again into the Premier League.”
Sky Sports activities’ EFL pundit Don Goodman stated: “Danjuma has been one of the constant gamers within the Championship down the stretch, and he was unimaginable to disregard with regard to this award.
“The attacker was nothing in need of sensational in April, racking up 10 direct purpose involvements throughout Bournemouth’s sturdy run of type.”
Bournemouth supervisor Jonathan Woodgate has been named the Sky Wager Championship Supervisor of the Month for April.
The teachings he discovered in a troublesome baptism at Middlesbrough have been rapidly put into follow in Dorset. Displaying swagger and metal, Bournemouth moved into the highest six with six wins from seven video games and an 18-6 purpose differential.
Woodgate stated: “I am proud to be the recipient of this award however this can be a collective effort and may go to all of my workers.
“I can’t thank them sufficient for the assist they’ve given me since I arrived on the membership, and we’ve got labored tirelessly collectively to safe our place within the play-offs.
“We had some good performances over the month and a few wherein we needed to dig deep and grind out the outcomes, however the gamers confirmed nice character and rose to the problem each week.
“Seven consecutive wins is hard at any degree, and the squad needs to be extremely happy with that achievement.”
Sky Sports activities’ EFL pundit Don Goodman stated: “Previous to working into Brentford on the finish of the month, Bournemouth’s April had been good.
“If the Cherries find yourself returning to the highest flight, followers will look again fondly on their April type being pivotal to their success, with Jonathan Woodgate’s tactical tweaks reaping rewards.”
Sky Wager League One
Participant: Josh Magennis, Hull
Hull striker Josh Magennis has been named the Sky Wager League One Participant of the Month for April.
Six objectives and an help for the Northern Irishman who timed one of the best scoring run of his English membership profession to perfection because the Tigers clinched promotion. He confirmed his versatility, mixing scientific low strikes and highly effective headers.
Magennis stated: “I am over the moon. Firstly, you need to get promoted and win the league, however to hit type at such an important time for us all was completely good.
“It is the stuff you dream of – scoring objectives, scoring winners and successful promotion. It is the most effective runs I would had; I simply felt assured and I knew the crew would create probabilities for me.
“I am very happy with not solely myself however the crew as a result of I’d be nowhere with out them, and for the gaffer for trusting me. It is a proud second for me and we obtained promoted so I am comfortable.”
Supervisor: Grant McCann, Hull
Hull supervisor Grant McCann has been named the Sky Wager League One Supervisor of the Month for April.
McCann’s facet performed six video games in April, fewer than most of their promotion rivals, however what use of them they made, successful 5, drawing one and scoring 14 objectives. What mattered most was the 2-1 victory at Lincoln which clinched a return to the Championship.
McCann stated: “It is all concerning the crew. All of us chipped in final month and it was month for us with 5 wins and a draw.
“It has been a monumental effort from everybody to get us the place we’re. We have been constant in our performances during the last two or three months.
“That is coincided with good outcomes, significantly the sport away at Lincoln, which was a troublesome sport however we got here again to win and get promoted.
“We’re completely delighted with how the season has panned out; it has been an enormous crew effort.”
Sky Wager League Two
Participant: Ian Henderson, Salford
Salford striker Ian Henderson has been named the Sky Wager League Two Participant of the Month for April.
Henderson is ending the season as he started it – in type. It wasn’t simply his six objectives and an help, it was the timing and significance of his strikes, which included an excellent volley at Forest Inexperienced and late winners towards Stevenage and Bradford.
Salford supervisor Gary Bowyer stated: “It is an excellent reflection of the shape that he is been in and the way he is performed, and clearly his objectives stand out.
“He is a mannequin professional, he is a improbable instance to a few of the younger lads that for those who take care of your self you possibly can delay your profession, and he is an clever lad as effectively.
“From a footballing perspective, it isn’t simply his objectives it is his work charge, his urgent, his power rubs off on everyone else and he is been improbable to work with.
“Hopefully there’s nonetheless extra to come back from him on Saturday to try to get him into the 20s.”
Supervisor: Gary Bowyer, Salford
Salford supervisor Gary Bowyer has been named the Sky Wager League Two Supervisor of the Month for April.
The calls for at Salford are nice, however Bowyer confirmed a cool head in masterminding 5 wins and a 17-point bonanza from eight video games. The catalyst was a 2-Zero victory at Forest Inexperienced as Bowyer’s males ended April within the play-off locations.
Bowyer stated: “Firstly it is a large reflection on the crew and the gamers, and the workers, greater than myself.
“After all it is an achievement to be recognised, however I wish to thank the gamers for his or her contributions which have made it potential.”
Sky Sports activities’ EFL pundit Don Goodman stated: “With the strain firmly on, Salford showcased some glorious consistency in April, preserving them in touching distance of these all-important play-off spots.
“Regardless of some tough opposition, Gary Bowyer was in a position to marshal his troops supremely in an eight-game schedule, selecting up no fewer than 17 big factors. He needed to hit the bottom working within the circumstances and he most definitely did.”