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A PUSH into the play-offs and man­ager of the month – it wasn’t a bad Septem­ber for John Coleman.

Coleman took home the ac­co­lade for League Two af­ter lead­ing Ac­cring­ton Stan­ley to an un­beaten month, and said: “I am just the re­cip­i­ent. I didn’t score any goals – although I wish I had. The last time I got any kind of award like this, we won the league, so hope­fully it’s an omen.”

Bar­net’s Michael Gash re­ceived the player award for League Two af­ter scor­ing four in five games.

In the Cham­pi­onship, Ai­tor Karanka mas­ter­minded a per­fect month for Mid­dles­brough, win­ning all four games, and he un­sur­pris­ing- ly picked up the award.

Jor­dan Rhodes scored five of Black­burn’s seven goals in Septem­ber and he also claims a tro­phy.

Fi­nally, Rochdale’s Peter Vin­centi fol­lowed up last week’s Un­sung Hero award with the player of the month for League One, with Bur­ton boss Jimmy Floyd Has­sel­baink also recog­nised.

TASTE FOR IT: John Coleman is hop­ing to push on af­ter a great month

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