2016–17 EFL League Two

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EFL League Two
Season2016–17
Champions Portsmouth
Promoted Portsmouth
Plymouth Argyle
Doncaster Rovers
Blackpool
Relegated Hartlepool United
Leyton Orient
Matches played557
Goals scored1,490 (2.68 per match)
Top goalscorer John Akinde
John Marquis
(26 goals each)
Biggest home win Stevenage 6–1 Hartlepool
Yeovil 5–0 Crawley
Crewe 5–0 Grimsby
Accrington 5–0 Leyton Orient
Plymouth 6–1 Newport County
Portsmouth 6–1 Cheltenham
Biggest away win Hartlepool 0–5 Cambridge
Longest winning run7 matches
(Exeter City)
Longest unbeaten run15 matches
(Accrington Stanley,
Carlisle United)
Longest winless run13 matches
(Notts County)
Longest losing run10 matches
(Notts County)
Highest attendance Portsmouth 1–1 Plymouth Argyle (18,644)
Average attendance4,751
2017–18
All statistics correct as of 28 May 2017.

The 2016–17 EFL League Two (referred to as the Sky Bet League Two for sponsorship reasons) is the 13th season of the Football League Two under its current title and the 24th season under its current league division format. The fixtures were announced on 22 June 2016. [1]

Contents

Team changes

To League Two

Promoted from National League

Relegated from League One

From League Two

Promoted to League One

Relegated to National League

Teams

ClubLocationStadiumCapacity [14]
Accrington Stanley Accrington Crown Ground 5,057
Barnet London (Edgware) The Hive Stadium 6,418
Blackpool Blackpool Bloomfield Road 16,750
Cambridge United Cambridge Abbey Stadium 8,127
Carlisle United Carlisle Brunton Park 17,149
Cheltenham Town Cheltenham Whaddon Road 7,066
Colchester United Colchester Colchester Community Stadium 10,105
Crawley Town Crawley Broadfield Stadium 5,996
Crewe Alexandra Crewe Gresty Road 10,180
Doncaster Rovers Doncaster Keepmoat Stadium 15,231
Exeter City Exeter St James Park 8,830
Grimsby Town Cleethorpes Blundell Park 9,052
Hartlepool United Hartlepool Victoria Park 7,833
Leyton Orient London (Leyton) Brisbane Road 9,271
Luton Town Luton Kenilworth Road 10,226
Mansfield Town Mansfield Field Mill 9,846
Morecambe Morecambe Globe Arena 6,476
Newport County Newport Rodney Parade 7,850
Notts County Nottingham Meadow Lane 19,588
Plymouth Argyle Plymouth Home Park 17,441
Portsmouth Portsmouth Fratton Park 21,100
Stevenage Stevenage Broadhall Way 6,722
Wycombe Wanderers High Wycombe Adams Park 10,300
Yeovil Town Yeovil Huish Park 9,665

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Blackpool Flag of England.svg Neil McDonald Sacked18 May 2016 [15] Pre-season Flag of England.svg Gary Bowyer 1 June 2016 [16]
Leyton Orient Flag of England.svg Andy Hessenthaler 26 September 2016 [17] 14th Flag of Italy.svg Alberto Cavasin 2 October 2016 [18]
Newport County Ulster Banner.svg Warren Feeney 28 September 2016 [19] 24th Flag of England.svg Graham Westley 10 October 2016 [20]
Grimsby Town Flag of England.svg Paul Hurst Hired by Shrewsbury Town 24 October 2016 [21] 8th Flag of England.svg Marcus Bignot 7 November 2016 [22]
Mansfield Town Flag of England.svg Adam Murray Resigned14 November 2016 [23] 18th Flag of Scotland.svg Steve Evans 16 November 2016 [24]
Leyton Orient Flag of Italy.svg Alberto CavasinSacked23 November 2016 [25] 22nd Flag of England.svg Andy Edwards 23 November 2016 [26]
Barnet Flag of England.svg Martin Allen Hired by Eastleigh 1 December 2016 [27] 8th Flag of England.svg Kevin Nugent 15 February 2017 [28]
Notts County Flag of Ireland.svg John Sheridan Sacked2 January 2017 [29] 22nd Flag of England.svg Kevin Nolan 12 January 2017 [30]
Crewe Alexandra Flag of England.svg Steve Davis 8 January 2017 [31] 18th Flag of Gibraltar.svg David Artell 8 January 2017 [31]
Hartlepool United Flag of England.svg Craig Hignett Mutual consent15 January 2017 [32] 19th Flag of England.svg Dave Jones 18 January 2017 [33]
Leyton Orient Flag of England.svg Andy EdwardsHired by the Football Association 29 January 2017 [34] 23rd Flag of England.svg Danny Webb 29 January 2017 [34]
Newport County Flag of England.svg Graham WestleySacked9 March 2017 [35] 24th Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Mike Flynn 9 May 2017 [36]
Leyton Orient Flag of England.svg Danny WebbResigned30 March 2017 [37] 24th Flag of England.svg Steve Davis 10 July 2017 [38]
Grimsby Town Flag of England.svg Marcus BignotSacked10 April 2017 [39] 14th Flag of England.svg Russell Slade 12 April 2017 [40]
Barnet Flag of England.svg Kevin Nugent15 April 2017 [41] 16th Flag of England.svg Rossi Eames 19 May 2017 [42]
Hartlepool United Flag of England.svg Dave Jones24 April 2017 [43] 23rd Flag of England.svg Craig Harrison 26 May 2017 [44]
Crawley Town Flag of England.svg Dermot Drummy Mutual consent4 May 2017 [45] 21st Flag of Australia (converted).svg Harry Kewell 23 May 2017 [46]

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Portsmouth (C, P)46269117940+3987Promotion to EFL League One
2 Plymouth Argyle (P)46269117146+2587
3 Doncaster Rovers (P)462510118555+3085
4 Luton Town 46201797043+2777Qualification for League Two play-offs [lower-alpha 1]
5 Exeter City 46218177556+1971
6 Carlisle United 461817116968+171
7 Blackpool (O, P)461816126946+2370
8 Colchester United 461912156757+1069
9 Wycombe Wanderers 461912155853+569
10 Stevenage 46207196763+467
11 Cambridge United 46199185850+866
12 Mansfield Town 461715145450+466
13 Accrington Stanley 461714155956+365
14 Grimsby Town 461711185963462
15 Barnet 461415175764757
16 Notts County 461682254762256
17 Crewe Alexandra 461413195867955
18 Morecambe 4614102253732052
19 Crawley Town 4613122153711851
20 Yeovil Town 4611171849641550
21 Cheltenham Town 4612142049692050
22 Newport County 4612122251732248
23 Hartlepool United (R)4611132254752146Relegation to the National League
24 Leyton Orient (R)461063047874036
Updated to match(es) played on 6 May 2017. Source: BBC Sport
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Four teams play for one spot and promotion to EFL League One

Play-offs

 Semifinals Final
           
4 Luton Town 235 
7 Blackpool 336 
   7 Blackpool 2
  5 Exeter City 1
5 Exeter City 336
6 Carlisle United 325 

Results

Home \ Away ACC BAR BLP CAM CRL CHL COL CRA CRE DON EXE GRI HAR LEY LUT MAN MOR NPC NTC PLY POR STE WYC YEO
Accrington Stanley 1–02–12–01–11–12–11–03–23–21–21–12–25–01–41–12–31–32–00–11–00–12–21–1
Barnet 2–01–10–10–13–11–12–20–01–31–43–13–20–00–10–22–20–03–21–01–11–20–22–2
Blackpool 0–02–21–12–23–01–10–02–24–22–01–32–13–10–20–13–14–14–00–13–11–00–02–2
Cambridge United 2–11–10–02–23–11–12–02–12–31–00–10–13–00–31–31–23–24–00–10–10–01–21–0
Carlisle United 1–11–11–40–31–12–03–10–22–13–21–33–22–20–05–21–12–11–21–00–31–11–02–1
Cheltenham Town 3–01–22–20–11–00–32–12–00–11–32–11–01–11–10–03–11–12–31–21–10–00–12–0
Colchester United 1–22–13–22–04–12–02–34–01–12–33–22–10–32–12–02–20–02–10–00–44–01–02–0
Crawley Town 0–01–11–01–33–30–01–10–30–01–23–21–03–02–02–21–33–11–31–20–21–21–02–0
Crewe Alexandra 0–14–11–11–21–10–02–00–22–12–05–03–33–01–21–12–11–22–21–20–01–22–10–1
Doncaster Rovers 2–23–20–11–02–22–01–01–13–11–31–02–13–11–11–01–12–03–10–13–11–02–24–1
Exeter City 0–22–12–21–22–33–03–00–14–01–30–01–24–00–02–03–10–10–20–20–11–14–23–3
Grimsby Town 2–02–20–02–12–20–11–01–10–21–50–30–31–21–13–02–01–02–01–10–15–21–24–2
Hartlepool United 2–00–20–10–51–12–01–11–14–02–13–10–11–31–10–03–22–21–21–10–22–00–21–1
Leyton Orient 1–01–31–21–11–20–11–33–20–21–40–10–32–11–21–20–10–12–30–20–13–00–20–1
Luton Town 1–03–11–02–01–12–30–12–11–13–11–11–23–02–21–13–12–12–11–11–30–24–11–1
Mansfield Town 4–40–11–00–02–01–10–03–13–01–11–20–14–02–01–10–12–13–10–20–11–21–11–0
Morecambe 1–20–12–12–00–31–21–12–30–01–50–31–01–11–20–21–30–14–12–12–00–21–11–3
Newport County 1–02–21–31–22–02–21–11–01–10–01–40–03–10–41–12–31–12–11–32–30–20–11–0
Notts County 0–21–01–00–12–32–13–12–11–10–12–22–22–13–10–00–01–20–31–21–31–10–20–0
Plymouth Argyle 0–10–20–32–12–01–02–12–02–12–03–00–31–12–30–32–01–06–10–12–24–23–34–1
Portsmouth 2–05–12–02–11–16–12–03–00–11–20–14–00–02–11–04–01–12–11–21–11–24–23–1
Stevenage 0–31–00–21–21–22–12–42–11–23–40–22–06–14–12–10–10–13–13–01–23–03–02–2
Wycombe Wanderers 1–10–20–01–01–23–30–21–25–12–11–02–12–01–01–10–12–02–10–11–11–01–01–1
Yeovil Town 1–10–10–31–10–24–22–15–03–00–30–00–01–21–10–40–00–11–02–02–10–01–11–0
Updated to match(es) played on 6 May 2017. Source: BBC Sport
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Top goalscorers

Source: BBC Sport
Correct as of 28 May 2017

RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of England.svg John Akinde Barnet 26
Flag of England.svg John Marquis Doncaster Rovers
3 Flag of England.svg Danny Hylton Luton Town 22
4 Flag of England.svg Matt Godden Stevenage 20
Flag of Ireland.svg James Collins Crawley Town
6 Flag of England.svg Omar Bogle Grimsby Town 19
Flag of England.svg David Wheeler Exeter City
8 Flag of England.svg Luke Berry Cambridge United 17
9 Flag of England.svg Chris Porter Colchester United 16
10 Flag of England.svg Ollie Watkins Exeter City 15

Monthly Awards

Month Manager of the Month Player of the Month Reference
ManagerClubPlayerClub
August Flag of England.svg Jim Bentley Morecambe Flag of England.svg James Coppinger Doncaster Rovers [47] [48]
September Flag of Scotland.svg Derek Adams Plymouth Argyle Flag of England.svg Jon Stead Notts County [49] [50]
October Flag of England.svg Keith Curle Carlisle United Flag of England.svg Jason Kennedy Carlisle United [51] [52]
November Flag of England.svg Gareth Ainsworth Wycombe Wanderers Flag of England.svg Omar Bogle Grimsby Town [53] [54]
December Flag of England.svg John McGreal Colchester United Flag of England.svg Scott Kashket Wycombe Wanderers [55] [56]
January Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson Doncaster Rovers Flag of England.svg Ollie Watkins Exeter City [57] [58]
February Flag of England.svg Darren Sarll Stevenage Flag of England.svg Matt Godden Stevenage [59] [60]
March Flag of England.svg John Coleman Accrington Stanley Ulster Banner.svg Shay McCartan Accrington Stanley [61] [62]
April Flag of England.svg Paul Cook Portsmouth Flag of England.svg Mickey Demetriou Newport County [63] [64]

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