Winners will be picked on Wednesday 27 April after the voting closes. This is an alternative to the standard EFL awards as it gives fan’s of the EFL an opportunity to vote for their own player of the season.
Vote at the bottom of the article.
Here are the nominees:
Barry Bannan – Sheffield Wednesday
The ability and experience of Barry Bannan has shone throughout the season. The 32-year-old is a luxury player for Sheffield Wednesday and is simply too good for League One.
His quality proved to be vital in Wednesdays recent win away at automatic promotion chasers MK Dons as a perfectly executed volley from 40 yards out lobbed somehow found it’s way into the back of the net.Embed from Getty Images
Scott Twine – Milton Keynes Dons
Twine has scored 16 goals and provided 13 assists in League One this season.
These are exceptional stats for a 22-year-old attacking midfielder and is destined for bigger things either with MK Dons or without.Embed from Getty Images
Cole Stockton – Morecambe
Stockton is a player who’s taken everyone by surprise this season. 23 goals in a relegation battle is unheard of throughout world football. Morecambe would be down and out if it wasn’t for this man.
His goals are invaluable to the club and without his impact, Morecambe would’ve scored just 34 goals this season. The lowest scoring side in the league is Doncaster Rovers on 34 goals.
Those stats alone tell you how crucial he is to Morecambe. The first man on the team sheet.Embed from Getty Images
Will Keane – Wigan Athletic
The ex-Manchester United man tends to play just behind the striker for promotion-chasing Wigan Athletic and has floursished in the role this season.
Keane has scored 23 goals in League One this season and is the joint top-scorer along with Cole Stockton.Embed from Getty Images