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READ | Warne among nominees for Sky Bet League One Manager of the Month award for February

9 March 2022

Rotherham United boss Paul Warne has once again been nominated for the Sky Bet League One Manager of the Month award – this time for his team’s performances throughout the month of February.

The month proved a prosperous one for the Millers, who continued to guard their place at the summit of the third tier table by recording six wins and one draw in February, which began with a 5-0 South Yorkshire derby success over Doncaster Rovers and concluded with a 1-0 triumph after making the epic trip to Devon to take on Play-off hopefuls Plymouth Argyle.

Also in the month was another derby day victory which came in the form of a 2-0 win against a Sheffield Wednesday side who have found their own form of late, with Owls boss Darren Moore also nominated this month.

Below is a list of all of the nominated managers for the month of February:

 

Neil Harris (Gillingham)

When Harris took over at the start of February, Gillingham had conceded 24 goals in their previous eight games. His impact has been immediate with four clean sheets and 11 points from seven matches to revive the Kent club’s survival hopes.

 

Liam Manning (MK Dons)

The solidity Manning has built into his team continues to bolster their pursuit of automatic promotion from League One. The Dons let in just three goals in six unbeaten games as they collected another 14 points towards their aim.

 

Darren Moore (Sheffield Wednesday)

The first half of Wednesday’s season was blighted by late opposition equalisers. Moore’s men took that out of the equation in February, winning five of their six games - four of them by a two-goal margin - to move into the play-off picture.

 

Paul Warne (Rotherham United)

Rotating his side when necessary because of their hectic schedule, Warne guided the League One leaders to 19 points from a possible 21, grinding out results at difficult moments, but still scoring 13 and conceding just a single goal in seven games.


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