Blues boss claims League Two prize
Paul Cook has been named Sky Bet League Two Manager of the Year at the LMA Awards.
The Blues boss was honoured for leading Pompey to the fourth tier title in dramatic fashion last term.
Chelsea supremo Antonio Conte won the Premier League prize, as well as picking up the overall LMA Manager of the Year award.
The Championship and League One honours went to Brighton’s Chris Hughton and Sheffield United’s Chris Wilder respectively.
There were also special achievement trophies for Wilder and Lincoln’s Danny Cowley.
LMA chief executive Richard Bevan said: “Following years of dedication to the profession of coaching, Danny Cowley, Paul Cook, Chris Wilder and Chris Hughton have been instrumental in the successful promotions of their respective clubs this season and fully deserve the recognition from their fellow managers.
“We wish them all the very best of luck as they prepare for next season in their new leagues.”