EFL Championship Manager of the Month

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Neil Warnock has won the award 11 times. 20111023214701!Warnock with a fan during Pre-Season 2011 cropped.jpg
Neil Warnock has won the award 11 times.
Chris Hughton has won the award 9 times. Chris Hughton 1.png
Chris Hughton has won the award 9 times.
Billy Davies has won the award 7 times. Billy Davies clipped.jpg
Billy Davies has won the award 7 times.
Mick McCarthy has won the award 6 times. Mick McCarthy Wolverhampton Wanderers Manager.jpg
Mick McCarthy has won the award 6 times.
Tony Mowbray has won the award 6 times. Mowbray Dinamo Moscow Celts.jpg
Tony Mowbray has won the award 6 times.
Dave Jones has won the award 5 times. Dave Jones.jpg
Dave Jones has won the award 5 times.

The EFL Championship Manager of the Month is an association football award that recognises the manager adjudged best for each month of the season in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. The recipient is chosen by a panel assembled by the League's sponsor and announced alongside the League One and League Two Manager of the Month awards at the beginning of the following month. [1] For sponsorship reasons, from its inception in 2004 until 2010 it was known as the Coca-Cola Manager of the Month award, with the Coca-Cola company sponsoring the league during that period. [2] From the 2010–11 season until the end of the 2012–13 season the league was sponsored by npower and the award was known as the npower Manager of the Month. [3] In July 2013, it was announced that Sky Bet would become the new sponsor of the English Football League, [4] and since August 2013 the award has been known as the Sky Bet Manager of the Month. In November 2017 it was announced that Sky Bet and the EFL had agreed for Sky Bet to continue its sponsorship up until 2024. [5]

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Coca-Cola had agreed a three-year deal to become the new sponsor of the English Football League early in 2004, [6] and in June 2004 it was announced that the League would be completely re-branded. [7] The First Division, which had been the second tier of English football since 1992 when 22 clubs broke away to form the Premier League, [8] [9] was renamed The Championship. The Premier League already awarded a Manager of the Month award, since the start of the 1993–94 season, [10] and Coca-Cola introduced a Manager of the Month award for the Championship when they became sponsors at the start of the 2004–05 season; the first recipient was Paul Jewell for his achievements in August 2004 with Wigan Athletic. [11]

Neil Warnock has won the award a record eleven times.

The awards are designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom by bespoke awards company Gaudio Awards. [12]

List of winners

Contents

2003–04  · 2004–05  · 2005–06  · 2006–07  · 2007–08  · 2008–09  · 2009–10  · 2010–11  · 2012–13  · 2013–14  · 2014–15  · 2015–16  · 2016–17  · 2017–18  · 2018–19  · 2019–20  · 2020–21

MonthYear [nb 1] NationalityManagerTeamRef
August 2004 Flag of England.svg  England Paul Jewell Wigan Athletic [11]
September 2004 Flag of England.svg  England Ian Holloway Queens Park Rangers [13]
October 2004 Flag of England.svg  England Paul Jewell Wigan Athletic [14]
November 2004 Flag of England.svg  England Joe Royle Ipswich Town [15]
December 2004 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Sheffield United [16]
January 2005 Flag of England.svg  England Lennie Lawrence Cardiff City [17]
February 2005 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Tony Pulis Stoke City [18]
March 2005 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Mick McCarthy Sunderland [19]
April 2005 Flag of England.svg  England Micky Adams Coventry City [20]
August 2005 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Sheffield United [21]
September 2005 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Sheffield United [22]
October 2005 Flag of England.svg  England Steve Coppell Reading [23]
November 2005 Flag of England.svg  England Steve Coppell Reading [24]
December 2005 Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Nigel Worthington Norwich City [25]
January 2006 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Billy Davies Preston North End [26]
February 2006 Flag of England.svg  England Aidy Boothroyd Watford [27]
March 2006 Flag of England.svg  England Rob Kelly Leicester City [28]
April 2006 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Billy Davies Preston North End [29]
August 2006 Flag of England.svg  England Dave Jones Cardiff City [30]
September 2006 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Geraint Williams Colchester United [31]
October 2006 Flag of England.svg  England Steve Cotterill Burnley [32]
November 2006 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Billy Davies Derby County [33]
December 2006 Flag of England.svg  England Steve Bruce Birmingham City [34]
January 2007 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Billy Davies Derby County [35]
February 2007 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Roy Keane Sunderland [36]
March 2007 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Roy Keane Sunderland [37]
April 2007 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Tony Pulis Stoke City [38]
August 2007 Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Iain Dowie Coventry City [39]
September 2007 Flag of England.svg  England Tony Mowbray West Bromwich Albion [40]
October 2007 Flag of England.svg  England Aidy Boothroyd Watford [41]
November 2007 Flag of England.svg  England Brian Laws Sheffield Wednesday [42]
December 2007 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Crystal Palace [43]
January 2008 Flag of England.svg  England Dave Jones Cardiff City [44]
February 2008 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Tony Pulis Stoke City [45]
March 2008 Flag of England.svg  England Phil Brown Hull City [46]
April 2008 Flag of England.svg  England Tony Mowbray West Bromwich Albion [47]
August 2008 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Mick McCarthy Wolverhampton Wanderers [48]
September 2008 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Owen Coyle Burnley [49]
October 2008 Flag of England.svg  England Dave Jones Cardiff City [50]
November 2008 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Mick McCarthy Wolverhampton Wanderers [51]
December 2008 Flag of England.svg  England Steve Coppell Reading [52]
January 2009 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Roberto Martínez Swansea City [53]
February 2009 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Chris Coleman Coventry City [54]
March 2009 Flag of England.svg  England Kevin Blackwell Sheffield United [55]
April 2009 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Alan Irvine Preston North End [56]
August 2009 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Chris Hughton Newcastle United [57]
September 2009 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Chris Hughton Newcastle United [58]
October 2009 Flag of England.svg  England Dave Jones Cardiff City [59]
November 2009 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Chris Hughton Newcastle United [60]
December 2009 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Billy Davies Nottingham Forest [61]
January 2010 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Alan Irvine Sheffield Wednesday [62]
February 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Nigel Pearson Leicester City [63]
March 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Brian McDermott Reading [64]
April 2010 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Chris Hughton Newcastle United [65]
August 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Queens Park Rangers [3]
September 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Queens Park Rangers [66]
October 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Dave Jones Cardiff City [67]
November 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Keith Millen Bristol City [68]
December 2010 Flag of England.svg  England Simon Grayson Leeds United [69]
January 2011 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Billy Davies Nottingham Forest [70]
February 2011 Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland Brendan Rodgers Swansea City [71]
March 2011 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Malky Mackay Watford [72]
April 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Brian McDermott Reading [73]
August 2011 Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay Gus Poyet Brighton & Hove Albion [74]
September 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Tony Mowbray Middlesbrough [75]
October 2011 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Chris Hughton Birmingham City [76]
November 2011 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Malky Mackay Cardiff City [77]
December 2011 Flag of England.svg  England Tony Mowbray Middlesbrough [78]
January 2012 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Chris Hughton Birmingham City [79]
February 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Brian McDermott Reading [80]
March 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Brian McDermott Reading [81]
April 2012 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Kenny Jackett Millwall [82]
August 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Ian Holloway Blackpool [83]
September 2012 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Dougie Freedman Crystal Palace [84]
October 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Tony Mowbray Middlesbrough [85]
November 2012 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Kenny Jackett Millwall [86]
December 2012 Flag of England.svg  England Steve Bruce Hull City [87]
January 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Nigel Pearson Leicester City [88]
February 2013 Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Gianfranco Zola Watford [89]
March 2013 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Billy Davies Nottingham Forest [90]
April 2013 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Dougie Freedman Bolton Wanderers [91]
August 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Paul Ince Blackpool [92]
September 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Sean Dyche Burnley [93]
October 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Sean Dyche Burnley [94]
November 2013 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Óscar García Brighton & Hove Albion [95]
December 2013 Flag of England.svg  England Steve McClaren Derby County [96]
January 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Nigel Pearson Leicester City [97]
February 2014 Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Uwe Rösler Wigan Athletic [98]
March 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Nigel Pearson Leicester City [99]
April 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Sean Dyche Burnley [100]
August 2014 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Kenny Jackett Wolverhampton Wanderers [101]
September 2014 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Mick McCarthy Ipswich Town [102]
October 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Eddie Howe Bournemouth [103]
November 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Mark Warburton Brentford [104]
December 2014 Flag of England.svg  England Eddie Howe Bournemouth [105]
January 2015 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Aitor Karanka Middlesbrough [106]
February 2015 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Alex Neil Norwich City [107]
March 2015 Flag of England.svg  England Eddie Howe Bournemouth [108]
April 2015 Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia Slaviša Jokanović Watford [109]
August 2015 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Chris Hughton Brighton & Hove Albion [110]
September 2015 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Aitor Karanka Middlesbrough [111]
October 2015 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Lee Carsley Brentford [112]
November 2015 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Mick McCarthy Ipswich Town [113]
December 2015 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Aitor Karanka Middlesbrough [114]
January 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Steve Bruce Hull City [115]
February 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Sean Dyche Burnley [116]
March 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Rotherham United [117]
April 2016 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Chris Hughton Brighton & Hove Albion [118]
August 2016 Flag of the United States.svg  USA David Wagner Huddersfield Town [119]
September 2016 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Alex Neil Norwich City [120]
October 2016 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Rafael Benítez Newcastle United [121]
November 2016 Flag of England.svg  England Steve McClaren Derby County [122]
December 2016 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Chris Hughton Brighton & Hove Albion [123]
January 2017 Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Jaap Stam Reading [124]
February 2017 Flag of Germany.svg  Germany David Wagner Huddersfield Town [125]
March 2017 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Paul Lambert Wolverhampton Wanderers [126]
April 2017 Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Carlos Carvalhal Sheffield Wednesday [127]
August 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Cardiff City [128]
September 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Lee Johnson Bristol City [129]
October 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Gary Rowett Derby County [130]
November 2017 Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Nuno Espírito Santo Wolverhampton Wanderers [131]
December 2017 Flag of England.svg  England Gary Rowett Derby County [132]
January 2018 Flag of England.svg  England Steve Bruce Aston Villa [133]
February 2018 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Cardiff City [134]
March 2018 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Cardiff City [135]
April 2018 Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia Slaviša Jokanović Fulham [136]
August 2018 Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Marcelo Bielsa Leeds United [137]
September 2018 Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Darren Moore West Bromwich Albion [138]
October 2018 Flag of England.svg  England Steve McClaren Queens Park Rangers [139]
November 2018 Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Daniel Farke Norwich City [140]
December 2018 Flag of England.svg  England Nigel Adkins Hull City [141]
January 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Tony Mowbray Blackburn Rovers [142]
February 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Chris Wilder Sheffield United [143]
March 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Dean Smith Aston Villa [144]
April 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Chris Wilder Sheffield United [145]
August 2019 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Steve Cooper Swansea City [146]
September 2019 Flag of France.svg  France Sabri Lamouchi Nottingham Forest [147]
October 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Danny Cowley Huddersfield Town [148]
November 2019 Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Marcelo Bielsa Leeds United [149]
December 2019 Flag of England.svg  England Jonathan Woodgate Middlesbrough [150]
January 2020 Flag of France.svg  France Sabri Lamouchi Nottingham Forest [151]
February 2020 Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Slaven Bilić West Bromwich Albion [152]
June 2020 Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Thomas Frank Brentford [153]
July 2020 Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Marcelo Bielsa Leeds United [154]
September 2020 Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia Veljko Paunović Reading [155]
October 2020 Flag of England.svg  England Neil Warnock Middlesbrough [156]
November 2020 Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia Vladimir Ivić Watford [157]
December 2020 Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Thomas Frank Brentford [158]
January 2021 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Steve Cooper Swansea City [159]
February 2021 Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Mick McCarthy Cardiff City [160]
March 2021 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Xisco Muñoz Watford [161]
April 2021 Flag of England.svg  England Jonathan Woodgate Bournemouth [162]

Multiple winners

Up to and including the March 2021 award.

RankManagerWins
1st Flag of England.svg Neil Warnock 11
2nd Flag of Ireland.svg Chris Hughton 9
3rd Flag of Scotland.svg Billy Davies 7
4th Flag of Ireland.svg Mick McCarthy 6
Flag of England.svg Tony Mowbray
6th Flag of England.svg Dave Jones 5
7th Flag of England.svg Steve Bruce 4
Flag of England.svg Sean Dyche
Flag of England.svg Brian McDermott
Flag of England.svg Nigel Pearson
11th Flag of England.svg Steve Coppell 3
Flag of England.svg Eddie Howe
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Kenny Jackett
Flag of Spain.svg Aitor Karanka
Flag of England.svg Steve McClaren
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Tony Pulis
Flag of Argentina.svg Marcelo Bielsa
18th Flag of England.svg Aidy Boothroyd 2
Flag of Denmark.svg Thomas Frank
Flag of Scotland.svg Dougie Freedman
Flag of England.svg Ian Holloway
Flag of Scotland.svg Alan Irvine
Flag of England.svg Paul Jewell
Flag of Serbia.svg Slaviša Jokanović
Flag of Ireland.svg Roy Keane
Flag of Scotland.svg Malky Mackay
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Steve Cooper
Flag of Scotland.svg Alex Neil
Flag of England.svg Gary Rowett
Flag of the United States.svg David Wagner
Flag of England.svg Chris Wilder
Flag of France.svg Sabri Lamouchi

Awards won by nationality

Up to and including the April 2021 award.

CountryWins
Flag of England.svg  England 75
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland 19
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 16
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 10
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 7
Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia 4
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3
Ulster Banner.svg  Northern Ireland 3
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 2
Flag of France.svg  France 2
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 2
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 2
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 2
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 1
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 1
Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica 1
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 1
Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay 1

Awards won by club

Up to and including the April 2021 award.

ClubWins
Cardiff City 11
Reading 9
Middlesbrough 8
Watford 7
Burnley 6
Derby County 6
Sheffield United 6
Brighton & Hove Albion 5
Leicester City 5
Newcastle United 5
Nottingham Forest 5
Wolverhampton Wanderers 5
Brentford 4
Bournemouth 4
Hull City 4
Leeds United 4
Norwich City 4
Queens Park Rangers 4
Swansea City 4
West Bromwich Albion 4
Birmingham City 3
Coventry City 3
Huddersfield Town 3
Ipswich Town 3
Preston North End 3
Sheffield Wednesday 3
Stoke City 3
Sunderland 3
Wigan Athletic 3
Aston Villa 2
Blackpool 2
Bristol City 2
Crystal Palace 2
Millwall 2
Blackburn Rovers 1
Bolton Wanderers 1
Colchester United 1
Fulham 1
Rotherham United 1

See also

Footnotes

  1. Each year in the table is linked to the corresponding football season.

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