Date: 6th March 2006 at 3:03pm
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Crewe Alexandra last night won the Football League’s ‘Most Admired Club Award’. The South Cheshire outfit beat off competition from Brighton, Ipswich, Norwich, Reading and Southend to land the award. The award comes after a dismal 15 months on the pitch which has seen just six wins since the sale of Dean Ashton. However, Dario Gradi surprisingly missed out on the ‘Contribution to Football Award’ which instead went to Huddersfield’s Academy Director Gerry Murphy, who also beat off competition from Bradford’s David Wetherall.


Other award winners include:

Championship Player of the Year – Phil Jagielka (Sheffield Utd)

League 1 Player of the Year – Lee Trundle (Swansea)

League 2 Player of the Year – Karl Hawley (Carlisle)

The Football League Young Player of the Year – David Nugent (Preston)

The Championship Apprentice of the year award – Lewin Nyatanga (Derby County)

The League 1 Apprentice of the year award – Scott Golbourne (ex-Bristol City, now at Reading)

The League 2 Apprentice of the year award – Ikechi Anya (Wycombe Wanderers)

Goal of the Year – Stefan Oakes (Notts County v Yeovil Town)

Most Admired Club Award – Crewe Alexandra

Community Club of the Year – Brentford

Fan of the Year – Jeff Hall (Chesterfield)

Best Club Sponsorship – Norwich City

Best Club Marketing Campaign – Preston North End

Best Kit Design – Leyton Orient

Programme of the Year – Crystal Palace

Best Club Website – Nottingham Forest

Contribution to Football Award – Gerry Murphy (Huddersfield)

Best Ground – Hull City

Good Sport Award – Lee Bullen (Sheffield Wednesday)

 

One Reply to “Alex Admired as Dario Misses Out”

  • being admired does not save you from relegation, mind you neither does having a really good web site!

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