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Football League Awards 2007

Kent Shrimper

Mike Reid
Joined
May 27, 2004
Messages
6,910
Location
Sevenoaks
FOOTBALL AWARDS

FourFourTwo Player of the Year - Coca-Cola Championship*
Jason Koumas, West Bromwich Albion

FourFourTwo Player of the Year - Coca-Cola League 1*
Billy Sharp, S****horpe United

FourFourTwo Player of the Year - Coca-Cola League 2*
Izale McLeod, Milton Keynes Dons

FourFourTwo Young Player of the Year - Coca-Cola Football League **
Gareth Bale, Southampton

Wickes Young Apprentice Award - Coca-Cola Championship
Chris Gunter, Cardiff City

Apprentice Award - Coca-Cola League 1 - sponsored by Nivea for Men Weekend Wonders
Joe Skarz, Huddersfield Town

Apprentice Award - Coca-Cola League 2 - sponsored by Nivea for Men Weekend Wonders
Joe Thompson, Rochdale

Goal of the Year - sponsored by Mitre
Joe Ledley, Barnsley v Cardiff, 5th August 2006

*These awards were presented to the highest ranked player in each division in FourFourTwo's Top 50 Football League Players

**This award was presented to the highest ranked young Football League player in FourFourTwo's Top 50 Football League Players

INDUSTRY AWARDS

Community Club of the Year - sponsored by Wickes
Brighton and Hove Albion

Best Community Initiative - sponsored by The Football Foundation
Norwich City

Best Club Sponsorship - sponsored by Carling
Brentford

Best Club Marketing Campaign - sponsored by CSI Sports
Norwich City

Best Matchday Programme - sponsored by PA Sport
Colchester United

Best Use of New Media - sponsored by Football Manager
Cardiff City

Best Kit Design - sponsored by Nivea for Men Weekend Wonders
Burnley (Away Kit)

Best Away Ground - sponsored by Thomas Cook Sport and run in conjunction with BBC Radio Five Live
Sunderland - Stadium of Light

Fan of the Year - sponsored by FIFA '07
Stan McGowen, Bury

Contribution to League Football - sponsored by SBJ Sports
Jack Taylor

Good Sport Award - sponsored by Wash and Go
Chris Doig, Northampton Town

Source: http://www.football-league.premiumtv.co.uk/page/NewsDetail/0,,10794~990458,00.html
 

Napster

The Horse with no Name⭐
Joined
Oct 27, 2003
Messages
36,368
Location
The wilds of Kent
I am sure a better template can be done thus cleaning the floor with the scum programme

Maybe, but the Scum's is generally regarded as one of the best in professional football. So, erm, a new template would have to be pretty amazing
 

Matt_CUFC

Youth Team
Joined
Feb 5, 2007
Messages
161
Napster, thanks for sticking up for it :D

We were very pleased to win last night - there is an awful lot of graft that goes into writing one as I'm sure that Scriv knows from his side of things.

We have tried to put a fan-led edge to our programme, and I know that we have talked a lot with Scriv to compare and contrast ideas.
 

Blueshrimper

Manager
Joined
Jan 20, 2007
Messages
1,546
It makes me laugh that Brighton are the community club of the season. Just look at the trouble they are having with their stadium.
 

Maldon Blues

Yeeeeeeellows
Joined
Dec 11, 2005
Messages
1,673
Location
Maldon
Col U's programme has been excellent for a few years.

On the whole I've actually been a little disappointed with Championship programmes.

So far only West Brom, Col U, Norwich, Cardiff, Birmingham and Sunderland have really stood out.

Derby and Barnsley slog it out for the worst.
 
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