Fulham starlet Ryan Sessegnon has been named in the PFA’s Championship Team of the Year, announced this morning.
There has not been a great deal to shout about this season for the beleaguered supporters of Leyton Orient who have watched their club spiral towards the National League.
A decade on from joining Scunthorpe United, Lewis Butroid was named the LFE League One Apprentice of the Year at the EFL Awards in April.
Nottingham Forest forward Ben Brereton has admitted that this season has surpassed all expectations, after being crowned the LFE Championship Apprentice of the Year, at the EFL Awards on Sunday evening.
The English Football League (EFL) has announced shortlists across 14 different categories to celebrate the best the EFL has to offer from clubs, players and fans during 2016-17.
LFE takes a closer look at the players to make ‘The 11’ in March 2017 and why they’ve been included:
Colchester United’s Frankie Kent has been named the EFL Young Player of the Month for December following a string of impressive performances at the heart of the U’s defence.
LFE takes a closer look at the players to make ‘The 11’ in December 2016 and why they’ve been included:
Following on from October, eleven more starlets have shown they can deliver on and off the pitch and feature in the latest instalment of The 11:
LFE takes a closer look at the players to make ‘The 11’ in October 2016 and why they’ve been included:
The 11 kicks-off for the 2016-17 season with eleven starlets who have delivered on and off the pitch in the opening weeks of the campaign.
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