Nottingham Forest Director Sabri Lamouchi has been named the Sky Bet Championship Manager of the Month.
Lamouchi is made Forest difficult to conquer and added two sheets during the entire month, which place the bases to get 1-0 wins over Barnsley and Swansea.
The resilience hes instilled was revealed at the 3-2 win at Stoke, adding up out of nine.
Lamouchi explained:Im really pleased and happy because what weve done in September was simply amazing. Thanks into the fans for the support not to mention the team although to the club, but the players they did a wonderful job and since they make the distinction.
We had three matches in September but at the last six matches we took 16 points, this isnt nothing; its incredible. Now we need to keep going and continue working to keep this rhythm. We know its very difficult but we have given the players a great deal of break since they deserved it, but well begin again and again focus on the most significant game for the fans against Derby and Wigan, Hull Luton.
This is a good moment and were going to enjoy it but we know the trip is long and hard. We know that well face some moments but we must keep working. Well enjoy now because whats done is done, and we will focus on the future and that is Wigan away.
Wigan Athletic defender Chey Dunkley was called the Sky Bet Championship Player of the Month for September.
In a group that was goal-shy, Dunkleys three goals in as many games proved as essential.
They showcased his talent, also, using a towering header along with a volley.
Dunkley said:I am really proud to win at the Sky Bet Championship Player of the Month award for September. This had been an OK month to the team in terms of results and on an individual level obtaining the 3 aims was fine.
Ive been working hard on that aspect of the game [scoring goals by set-pieces] together with our first-team coach Anthony Barry, therefore its pleasing to start reaping the rewards.
Manager: Fleetwood, Joey Barton
Fleetwood Town director Joey Barton has been appointed the Sky Bet League One Manager of the Month for September.
It turned out to be a free-scoring month for Fleetwood, with their 10 points from four unbeaten games matched by 10 goals, three at each of the away games in Southend and Shrewsbury. Barton has bedded in his summer recruits impressively.
Barton explained:It is really nice that we get external recognition for the work that we have done. The players are tremendous this year, and this award is for all our employees who work hard every day across our divisions.
I feel that the award is really a significant vindication for each the work that everyone has completed and I gather this for everybody at the football club.
There is a whole lot of confidence in the health of the planet, and everybody believes that they have a part to playwith, from the kitchen staff, to the individuals who do exactly the bud, into the laundry area, all.
Player: Jonson Clarke-Harris, Bristol Rovers
Bristol Rovers striker Jonson Clarke-Harris was named the Sky Bet League One Player of the Month for September.
It wasnt just his five goals in five games, including a stunning overhead kick from Accrington, which stood outside, but that every one of his efforts proved to be an equaliser or the aim that gave an outcome to Rovers.
Clarke-Harris explained:I am delighted to win this award to the back of that which was a fantastic month for both the group and also myself. Onto the pitch the lads really clicked During September and we are attempting to carry this momentum forward.
The aim against Accrington was likely my personal highlight. The next thing I knew the ball was at the back of the web, but it just kind of happened although I could remember how I ended up trying the bicycle kick! Its been a positive month and we look to build on this across the approaching games.
Manager: Cheltenham, Michael Duff
Cheltenham Town manager Michael Duff was appointed the Sky Bet League Two Manager of the Month for September.
The foundations Duff laid last year have been built on. Traditionally strong in the home, it had been the Robins 2-0 successes at Plymouth and Salford which revealed that his tactical nous, making 13 points.
Duff stated:The staff are only a reflection of exactly what the players do. It is obviously a nice award but its much more for the whole club actually because the board, the team, the supporters, the players – and Ive consistently said it – if the staff on the pitch are doing well and winning, we all win.
It is a great award to acquire but I believe it is more a sign of recognition that other people outside of Cheltenham are starting to recognise the work that has been happening for a long time.
Player: Walsall, James Clarke
Walsall defender James Clarke was named the Sky Bet League 2 Player of the Month for September.
Central defenders are not supposed to score goals just like his late bicycle-kick winner against Scunthorpe or his thunderbolt in Crawley. As Walsall kept four clean sheets the presence of clarke was vital at the trunk.
Clarke explained:I am delighted to win the award. Its the first time that Ive won something and winning that a good deal is meant by it.
To pick up three wins and three blank sheets was a wonderful effort in the team and also to bring a few objectives to that too was that the cherry on top of it all.