Date:Tuesday April 25 2006
King and Young were included in the prestigious list after being voted for by their Championship colleagues.
King, arguably the Championship signing of the season at £500,000 from Nottingham Forest, has bagged 21 this term and is likely to finish the season as the Championship’s leading marksman.
Stevenage-born Ashley Young, a product of the Vicarage Road Youth Academy, has weighed in with an impressive 13 goals this season – despite playing the majority of the season on the wing.
Champions Reading have five players in the team whilst Aidy Boothroyd’s side provide the next largest amount of representatives. Runners-up Sheffield United provide one player, along with fifth-placed Leeds but Watford promotion rivals Preston and Palace do not have a single player in the list.
Championship Team of the Year (4-4-2):
Marcus Hahnemann (Reading); Gary Kelly (Leeds), Ibrahima Sonko (Reading), Joleon Lescott (Wolves), Nicky Shorey (Reading); Steve Sidwell (Reading), Ashley Young (Watford), Phil Jagielka (Sheffield United), Jason Koumas (Cardiff); Marlon King (Watford), Kevin Doyle (Reading).
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