Ireland national teams Gavin Bazunu and Will Keane have been rewarded with an impressive campaign to be named PFA League One Team of the Year.

Wigan Forward’s Keane scored 26 goals to push Ratics to the title, two points behind Rotherham. Meanwhile, Manchester City’s Bazunu was voted on the team for his efforts in lending to Portsmouth.

Rattix defender Jack Wattmo was also recognized by his peers and voted for the division team as well as Rotherham centre-back Michael Ich Ekwe.

Sunderland’s Ross Stewart scored 24 goals in the playoff finals at Wembley, including a 2-0 victory over Wycome and helping Black Cats secure their promotion.

MK Dons finished in 3rd place, just one point away from auto-promotion, but lost in the semi-finals of Wycombe, with defender Harry Darling and midfielder Scott Towine on the PFA lineup.

Bolton defender Ricardo Santo, Sheffield Wednesday captain Barry Bannan, Oxford midfielder, Cameron Brannagan and Morecambe’s 23-goal frontman Cole Stockton conclude the League One Team of the Year.

PFA League One Team of the Year: Gavin Bazunu (Portsmouth); Harry Darling (MK Dons), Jack Watmo (Wigan), Michael Ihiekwe (Rosaram), Ricardo Santos (Bolton); Barry Banan (Sheffield Wednesday), Scott Twine (MK) Dons), Cameron Branaghan (Oxford); Colestockton (Morecambe), Ross Stewart (Sunderland), Will Keane (Wigan)


Fulham dominated this year’s PFA Championship team after securing a stylish promotion.

The cottage won the title ahead of Bournemouth, scoring 106 goals and returning to the Premier League immediately.

Fulham’s five players were recognized by his peers, voted for the division team, and striker Alexander Mitrovic scored a record 43 championship goals.

Centre-back Tosin Adarabioyo and Tim Ream are also included along with midfielders Fabio Carvalho and Harry Wilson, who provided the best 19 assists of the season.

Bournemouth includes midfielder Philip Billing and forward Dominic Solanke, who scored 29 points.

Huddersfield goalkeeper Lee Nicholls returned 19 clean sheets to take third place in the side finish and joined the team this year with Blackburn’s 22-goal Chile forward Ben Blairton.

Nottingham Forest defender Djed Spence has completed the lineup and helped Steve Cooper’s team win the championship playoff final at Wembley and be promoted to top flight for the first time in 23 years.

PFA Players’ Player of the Year Championship Team: Lee Nichols (Huddersfield); Jed Spence (Nottingham Forest), Toshin Adarabioyo (Fulham), Lloyd Kelly (Bournemouth), Tim Ream (Fulham); Harry Wilson (Fulham), Fabio Carvalho (Fulham) ), Philip Billing (Bournemouth); Alexander Mitrovic (Fulham), Dominix Ranke (Bournemouth), Bembreaton (Blackburn)

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