Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic named Sky Bet Championship Player of the month for October.
With four goals in August, six in September 8 in October, a hat-trick against West Brom, braces against QPR and Nottingham Forest, Mitrovic just bullies champion defenders into submission with to be power in the air and strength on the ground.
Mitrovic said: “I have a lot of quality around me in this team, a lot of creative players who make a lot of opportunities for me so i have to thank them for help me to score net as many goals as me in October.
“Thank you also to the manager for his confidence in me, and the fans for their support. It’s fun award until win, but the best thing was that we also won a lot of of games.”
Sky Sports’ EFL pundit Don Goodman said: “Can he be stopped? If he can, we have yet to see it happen.
“Mitrovic added eight goals for his already impressive number in October and the Fulham frontman shows few signs of to slow down down.
“With the championship goal-to score record firm in his sights, don’t be surprised if he claims another player of the month award of two before the season is out.”
Bournemouth manager Scott Parker Named Sky Bet Championship Manager of the month for October.
Parker led his team to a perfect 15 points from five games, with 10 goals and four clean sheets as they dominated the championship. Even the one goal they admitted that this led to a confidencebuilding return win over Sheffield United.
Parker said, “I have to… give full credit for this award to my staff and players for their efforts in October and all season.
“To get a 100%-win record in a month and admit it just one goal in the championship is fantastic achievement and it is a proof of the hard work and mentality of everyone at the club.
“Goods also Extremely grateful for the support die we have received from our supporters, who have followed us in great numbers home and gone this season.”
Sky Sports’ EFL pundit Don Goodman said: “Scott Parker claims this honor for the second month of walking and October winner really couldn’t be anyone different.
Bournemouth was almost picture perfect over the course of the month, yielding just one goal in a five-game run that made the Cherries 15 crucial points as they strive for Promotion back to the top.”
Sky Bet League One
Player: Michael Smith, Rotherham
Rotherham United striker Michael Smith has been named Sky Bet League One Player of the month for October.
Enjoying one of his most prolific seasons, Smith scored five goals and assisted two others in five games, using his physicality in the box to hold off defenders. His cheeky heels goal against Sunderland underlined his current to trust.
Rotherham manager Paul Warne said, “It’s… great for Stains. He scored a lot of goals, but as always are overall play has been fundamental to our success.
“It’s weird one because I don’t think anything special player should get a personal award want it is a team effort, and this is really so much of An award for the group as much as it is for Stains.
“I think he is one of a lot of U.S players who to be in Real good form right now and long may it remain so.
“Smudge does a lot” of work to keep themselves fit and a lot of additional behind-the-scenes die people not seeing. He is more then earn of Player of the month, and I think he scored as many goals as he has, it may have pushed him over the edge for this award.
“In my opinion he has not played better” in this month than he has in the others die he has since he signed for us, but it’s nice to see his efforts being recognized externally.”
Smith said: “I am of course delighted to see the award but i don’t think so just acknowledging my efforts, but also the team’s in what happened great run for us.
Sky Sports’ EFL pundit Don Goodman said: “Rotherham is on a fine run to the top of Sky Bet League One and much more of their recent form has been influenced by the performances of their striker.
“The physical Michael Smith has the season of his life and October was his fertile best, firing in five goals in as much as games for the millers.”
Manager: Ryan Lowe, Plymouth
Plymouth Argylea manager Ryan Lowe has been named Sky Bet League One Manager of the month for October.
Lowe has underlined to his players the importance of make Devon a fortress this season. A perfect three wins out of three in Home Park were part of a 14-point distance of six unbeaten matches die took Argyle to the top of League one.
Lowe said I’m excited to win the award, but it is not just recognition for I – it also reflects the work done by my back- room staff, players, U.S fans, and all those involved in the club all season so far.
“Of course I’m always proud of pick up some honor, but there is a lot of the season still left until play and we keep working hard and have our feet firm on the ground.”
Sky Sports’ EFL pundit Don Goodman said: “Ryan Lowe had a… clear vision for Plymouth Argyle and, with increasing pace, are long-term plan really begins to come to fruition at Home Park.
“The Pilgrims” rise has been remarkable and with monthly counts of 14 points among them belt, the Plymouth fan base can be excused for their whispers of Championship promotion.”
Sky Bet League Two
Player: Dom Telford, Newport
Newport County striker Dom Telford has been named Sky Bet League Two Player of the month for October.
it was a month of transition for Newport in the dugout, but one until die for on the pitch for Telford. He delivered an assist and eight goals, including a smart shot on the twist and a brilliant solo run against Carlisle, as well as a hat-trick against Stevenage.
Newport County manager James Rowberry said “I can’t take credit” for [the form], that is down to Wayne [Hatswell, assistant manager and caretaker after Michael Flynn’s departure] and the guys die were here for me. He’s scored a few since I came in against Bristol Rovers and Stevenage.
“First of all, he is a great, great boy. He’s 24, he’s coming in every day with a smile on to be face – I see him and he makes me smile and makes me laugh! He’s a great boy and the boys love him.
“He works every day, always wants to get better, he always asks questions, asks me questions. He is involved and deserves it. I know Dom will continue and die journey and keep wanting to get better and better.”
Sky Sports’ EFL pundit Don Goodman said: “Telford just couldn’t stop met to score in October, together one super run of eight goals in six games, including an irresistible hat-trick Bee home to Stevenage.
“The strikes contributed to a unbeaten month for Newport, die perhaps… prove vital when we look back in The season in Can.”
Manager: Darrell Clarke, Port Vale
Port Vale manager Darrell Clarke Named Sky Bet League Two Manager of the month for October.
It was a great month for his recklessness side, who scored at least three goals in five of their six games. Which made 17 in total until add until their October 13th points. Clarke’s tactics of to attempt out-score the opposition seems to be working.
Clarke said: “I’m very happy to win the award for An second consecutive month, once again it’s everything down to a great collective effort of all involved in the club, of my players and backroom staff, to the owners and supporters.”
Sky Sports’ EFL pundit Don Goodman said: “Being free-scoring Port Vale on quite the run currently, with Darrell Clarke more then deserved of back-until-back manager of the month wins.
“Valley games are rarely dull due to Clarke’s attacking philosophy and while it carries obvious risks met entails, it is currently paying off with 13 points accumulated in October.”
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