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PFA League Two Players' Player of the Year Nominees

PFA League Two Players' Player of the Year Nominees

There was excitement across the EFL last season, and in League Two, we witnessed special performances from Leyton Orient, Stevenage, Northampton Town and Carlisle United who made the leap to the third tier.

Here are the players that stood out from League Two to make the nominees for our inaugural PFA EFL Players' Player of the Year awards.

Three of Leyton Orient’s title-winning side are nominees for PFA League Two Players' Player of the Year. Keeper Lawrence Vigouroux kept 24 clean sheets in 45 appearances for the O’s. Alongside Vigouroux, Omar Beckles was a lynchpin at the back for the club, who boasted the tightest defence in the division, conceding just 34 goals. At the other end of the pitch, Paul Smyth carried the goal threat with 10 strikes in their run to the League Two crown.

Andy Cook’s 28 goals for Bradford City led the goal-scoring chart, scoring almost half of the Bantams’ entire tally of 61. Sam Hoskins was also potent for Northampton Town, and Salford City’s Elliot Watt distinguished himself as a promising prospect in their midfield. There’s no easy choice from League Two, given the pedigree of all our nominees.

We’ll bring you the results from the 50th PFA Awards on August 29th on our social channels. Keep tuned to find out all our EFL winners.

PFA League Two Players' Player of the Year Nominees

  • Omar Beckles – Leyton Orient
  • Andy Cook – Bradford City
  • Sam Hoskins – Northampton Town
  • Paul Smyth – Leyton Orient
  • Lawrence Vigouroux – Leyton Orient
  • Elliot Watt – Salford City

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