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EFL Awards - LFE Apprentice of The Year Nominations

EFL Awards – LFE Apprentice of The Year Nominations

The deadline is looming for clubs to nominate an outstanding Apprentice player for LFE Apprentice of the Year ahead of the thirteenth annual English Football League awards evening in April.

This award recognises the outstanding young professionals at EFL Clubs who excel both on and off the pitch. Players registered as first or second year apprentices, or first year professionals (if he started on an Apprenticeship contract and then converted at 17 to a pro contract) are eligible for this award.

Judges will take playing records, educational attainments and disciplinary records into account, as well as any other outstanding achievements. Nominations will be considered on a divisional basis, with one winner per division, receiving national recognition at the 2017-18 EFL Awards, which will take place on Sunday 15th April 2018 at The Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, London.

The final date to submit a nomination for LFE Apprentice of the Year is Thursday 01 March.

To nominate a player, please click through to the EFL awards website and online entry form.

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