Football League Championship Manager of the Month


Football League Championship Manager of the Month
Neil Warnock has won the award a record six times.

The Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the manager adjudged best for each month of the season in the Football League Championship, the second tier of English football. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the League's sponsor and announced alongside the League One and League Two Manager of the Month awards at the beginning of the following month.[1] For sponsorship reasons, since its inception it has been known as the Coca-Cola Manager of the Month award, with the company sponsoring the league from 2004–2010.[2] From the 2010–11 season, the league was sponsored by npower and the award has been known as the npower Manager of the Month.[3]

Coca-Cola had agreed a three-year deal to become the new sponsor of the League early in 2004,[4] and in June 2004 it was announced that the League would be completely re-branded.[5] The First Division, which had been the second tier of English football since 1992 when 22 clubs broke away to form the Premier League,[6][7] was renamed The Championship. The Premier League already awarded a Manager of the Month award, since the start of the 1993–94 season,[8] and Coca-Cola introduced a Manager of the Month award for the Championship when they became sponsors at the start of the 2004–05 season; the first recipient was Paul Jewell for his achievements in August 2004 with Wigan Athletic.[9]

Neil Warnock and Billy Davies have both won the award a record six times, Warnock's coming three times whilst Sheffield United manager, once in the 2007–08 season with Crystal Palace and twice in the 2010-11 season with current club Queens Park Rangers and Billy Davies also at three different clubs (twice each with)Preston North End, Derby County and Nottingham Forest).

Contents

List of winners

Contents
2003–04 · 2004–05 · 2005–06 · 2006–07 · 2007–08 · 2008–09 · 2009–10 · 2010–11
Former Sunderland manager Roy Keane won consecutive awards in February and March 2007.
Aidy Boothroyd has won the award twice.
Ian Holloway was the second person to be awarded Championship Manager of the Month in September 2004.
Chris Hughton has won the award five times.
Month Year[nb 1] Nationality Manager Team Ref
August 2004.52004  England Jewell, PaulPaul Jewell Wigan Athletic [9]
September 2004.62004  England Holloway, IanIan Holloway Queens Park Rangers [10]
October 2004.72004  England Jewell, PaulPaul Jewell Wigan Athletic [11]
November 2004.82004  England Royle, JoeJoe Royle Ipswich Town [12]
December 2004.92004  England Warnock, NeilNeil Warnock Sheffield United [13]
January 2005.12005  England Lawrence, LennieLennie Lawrence Cardiff City [14]
February 2005.22005  Wales Pulis, TonyTony Pulis Stoke City [15]
March 2005.32005  Ireland McCarthy, MickMick McCarthy Sunderland [16]
April 2005.42005  England Adams, MickyMicky Adams Coventry City [17]
August 2005.52005  England Warnock, NeilNeil Warnock Sheffield United [18]
September 2005.62005  England Warnock, NeilNeil Warnock Sheffield United [19]
October 2005.72005  England Coppell, SteveSteve Coppell Reading [20]
November 2005.82005  England Coppell, SteveSteve Coppell Reading [21]
December 2005.92005  Northern Ireland Worthington, NigelNigel Worthington Norwich City [22]
January 2006.12006  Scotland Davies, BillyBilly Davies Preston North End [23]
February 2006.22006  England Boothroyd, AidyAidy Boothroyd Watford [24]
March 2006.32006  England Kelly, RobRob Kelly Leicester City [25]
April 2006.42006  Scotland Davies, BillyBilly Davies Preston North End [26]
August 2006.52006  England Jones, DaveDave Jones Cardiff City [27]
September 2006.62006  Wales Williams, GeraintGeraint Williams Colchester United [28]
October 2006.72006  England Cotterill, SteveSteve Cotterill Burnley [29]
November 2006.82006  Scotland Davies, BillyBilly Davies Derby County [30]
December 2006.92006  England Bruce, SteveSteve Bruce Birmingham City [31]
January 2007.12007  Scotland Davies, BillyBilly Davies Derby County [32]
February 2007.22007  Ireland Keane, RoyRoy Keane Sunderland [33]
March 2007.32007  Ireland Keane, RoyRoy Keane Sunderland [34]
April 2007.42007  Wales Pulis, TonyTony Pulis Stoke City [35]
August 2007.52007  Northern Ireland Dowie, IainIain Dowie Coventry City [36]
September 2007.62007  England Mowbray, TonyTony Mowbray West Bromwich Albion [37]
October 2007.72007  England Boothroyd, AidyAidy Boothroyd Watford [38]
November 2007.82007  England Laws, BrianBrian Laws Sheffield Wednesday [39]
December 2007.92007  England Warnock, NeilNeil Warnock Crystal Palace [40]
January 2008.12008  England Jones, DaveDave Jones Cardiff City [41]
February 2008.22008  Wales Pulis, TonyTony Pulis Stoke City [42]
March 2008.32008  England Brown, PhilPhil Brown Hull City [43]
April 2008.42008  England Mowbray, TonyTony Mowbray West Bromwich Albion [44]
August 2008.52008  Ireland McCarthy, MickMick McCarthy Wolverhampton Wanderers [45]
September 2008.62008  Scotland Coyle, OwenOwen Coyle Burnley [46]
October 2008.72008  England Jones, DaveDave Jones Cardiff City [47]
November 2008.82008  Ireland McCarthy, MickMick McCarthy Wolverhampton Wanderers [48]
December 2008.92008  England Coppell, SteveSteve Coppell Reading [49]
January 2009.12009  Spain Martínez, RobertoRoberto Martínez Swansea City [50]
February 2009.22009  Wales Coleman, ChrisChris Coleman Coventry City [51]
March 2009.32009  England Blackwell, KevinKevin Blackwell Sheffield United [52]
April 2009.42009  Scotland Irvine, AlanAlan Irvine Preston North End [53]
August 2009.52009  Ireland Hughton, ChrisChris Hughton Newcastle United [54]
September 2009.62009  Ireland Hughton, ChrisChris Hughton Newcastle United [55]
October 2009.72009  England Jones, DaveDave Jones Cardiff City [56]
November 2009.82009  Ireland Hughton, ChrisChris Hughton Newcastle United [57]
December 2009.92009  Scotland Davies, BillyBilly Davies Nottingham Forest [58]
January 2010.12010  Scotland Irvine, AlanAlan Irvine Sheffield Wednesday [59]
February 2010.22010  England Pearson, NigelNigel Pearson Leicester City [60]
March 2010.32010  England McDermott, BrianBrian McDermott Reading [61]
April 2010.42010  Ireland Hughton, ChrisChris Hughton Newcastle United [62]
August 2010.52010  England Warnock, NeilNeil Warnock Queens Park Rangers [3]
September 2010.52010  England Warnock, NeilNeil Warnock Queens Park Rangers [63]
October 2010.52010  England Jones, DaveDave Jones Cardiff City [64]
November 2010.52010  England Millen, KeithKeith Millen Bristol City [65]
December 2010.52010  England Grayson, SimonSimon Grayson Leeds United [66]
January 2011.52011  Scotland Davies, BillyBilly Davies Nottingham Forest [67]
February 2011.52011  Northern Ireland Rodgers, BrendanBrendan Rodgers Swansea City [68]
March 2011.52011  Scotland Mackay, MalkyMalky Mackay Watford [69]
April 2011.52011  England McDermott, BrianBrian McDermott Reading [70]
August 2011.52011  Uruguay Poyet, GusGus Poyet Brighton & Hove Albion [71]
September 2011.52011  England Mowbray, TonyTony Mowbray Middlesbrough [72]
October 2011.52011  Ireland Hughton, ChrisChris Hughton Birmingham City [73]

Multiple winners

The below table lists all the people that have won on more than one occasion.

  *   Indicates current Championship manager

Rank Manager Wins
1st Davies, BillyBilly Davies 6
Warnock, NeilNeil Warnock
3rd Hughton, ChrisChris Hughton* 5
Jones, DaveDave Jones
4th Coppell, SteveSteve Coppell 4
6th McCarthy, MickMick McCarthy 3
Mowbray, TonyTony Mowbray*
Tony Pulis
9th Boothroyd, AidyAidy Boothroyd 2
Irvine, AlanAlan Irvine
Jewell, PaulPaul Jewell*
Keane, RoyRoy Keane
McDermott, BrianBrian McDermott*

Awards won by nationality

As of 4 November 2011

Country Wins
 England &1000000000000003500000035
 Ireland &1000000000000001000000010
 Scotland &1000000000000001000000010
 Wales &100000000000000050000005
 Northern Ireland &100000000000000030000003
 Spain &100000000000000010000001
 Uruguay &100000000000000010000001

Awards won by club

As of 4 November 2011

Club Wins
Cardiff City &100000000000000060000006
Reading &100000000000000050000005
Newcastle United &100000000000000040000004
Sheffield United &100000000000000040000004
Coventry City &100000000000000030000003
Preston North End &100000000000000030000003
Queens Park Rangers &100000000000000030000003
Stoke City &100000000000000030000003
Sunderland &100000000000000030000003
Watford &100000000000000030000003
Birmingham City &100000000000000020000002
Burnley &100000000000000020000002
Derby County &100000000000000020000002
Leicester City &100000000000000020000002
Nottingham Forest &100000000000000020000002
Sheffield Wednesday &100000000000000020000002
Swansea City &100000000000000020000002
West Bromwich Albion &100000000000000020000002
Wigan Athletic &100000000000000020000002
Wolverhampton Wanderers &100000000000000020000002
Middlesbrough &100000000000000010000001
Colchester United &100000000000000010000001
Crystal Palace &100000000000000010000001
Hull City &100000000000000010000001
Ipswich Town &100000000000000010000001
Leeds United &100000000000000010000001
Norwich City &100000000000000010000001
Bristol City &100000000000000010000001

See also

  • Football League Championship Player of the Month

Footnotes

  1. ^ Each year in the table is linked to the corresponding football season.

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