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Dyche beaten to 'Manager of the Month' award

Dyche beaten to 'Manager of the Month' award

Watford boss Sean Dyche was beaten to the n.Power Championship 'Manager of the Month' award for March by Reading boss, Brian McDermott.

The winner was announced this morning, with Royals gaffer McDermott beating Dyche and Southampton counterpart Nigel Adkins to the award.

As any conscientious Football League fan will be aware, the 'Manager of the Month' accolade is nothing more than a jinx on the winner and here at Vital Watford Towers we're delighted Mr McDermott was victorious over our own Dychey.

Seriously though, hard luck Season and congratulations Brian!



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Writer:Tom Bodell
Date:Friday April 6 2012
Time: 11:16AM

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