November saw Fulham clinch top spot from Bournemouth as The Cherries endured a sticky spell. Hull City picked themselves up and went on an unlikely impressive run of form to climb the league table.
Derby were hit with a further nine point deduction but responded well with a win over high-fliers Bournemouth and a goalless draw at Craven Cottage.
Let’s take a look at the nominees for the Championship Manager Of The Month.
Marco Silva – FulhamEmbed from Getty Images
Once again, Marco Silva is in the running for Championship Manager Of The Month.
Fulham were unbeaten during November, winning three out of five. The Cottagers scored an impressive 13 goals in 5 games with seven of those coming in their demolition of Blackburn Rovers.
A fantastic month saw Fulham overtake Bournemouth at the top of the table as they look to create an even bigger gap on third place, QPR.
Fulham are currently eight points clear of their London rivals as they hope to reach the heights of the Premier League once again.
Mark Warburton – Queens Park RangersEmbed from Getty Images
QPR had an unbelievable month after winning four games and drawing just one.
The R’s conceded just two goals during November making Warburton’s side a hard team to beat.
Their fabulous run has propelled QPR into third place in the Championship as they look to secure a place in the playoffs.
QPR’s mix of youth and experience is bonding nicely for Mark Warburton after 23 year-old Chris Willock bagged three goals during November as veteran, Andre Gray scored two.
Tony Mowbray – Blackburn RoversEmbed from Getty Images
After starting November in drastic fashion as Fulham embarrassed Blackburn Rovers with a 7-0 away victory, Mowbray side bounced back well with three wins in four including a narrow victory over play off hopefuls, Stoke City.
Blackburn now sit in fifth place as they hope to gain promotion to the Premier League for the first time since the 2011/12 season.
Ben Brereton Diaz has been influential for the Rovers during November after scoring four goals.
Grant McCann – Hull CityEmbed from Getty Images
Hull City find themselves at the other end of the table after a poor start to the season.
Four wins of their total of six this season came in November as the Tigers have bounced up the league table.
After conceding just two goals during the month, Hull City find themselves in 19th place.
Grant McCann and Hull City started off the month in the relegation zone with only nine points and looked destined for relegation.