Town shortlisted for award

IPSWICH Town are among the nominees the 2008 Football League Awards. The Blues have been shortlisted for the Advance Performance Best Community Initiative for the Championship category, with Charlton, Norwich and Stoke.

IPSWICH Town are among the nominees the 2008 Football League Awards.

The Blues have been shortlisted for the Advance Performance Best Community Initiative for the Championship category, with Charlton, Norwich and Stoke.

More than 123 entries were received from clubs across all three divisions for the various award categories, with 50 clubs entering in total.

This year, the award categories have been modified to include divisional awards, with clubs from each league going head to head. 28 clubs have been shortlisted for this year's Awards, with eight clubs earning more than one entry in the shortlists.


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The winners will be announced at the third annual Football League Awards which will take place at The London Hilton, Park Lane on Sunday, March 2.

Stewart Thomson, Commercial Director of The Football League said: "The Football League Awards incorporating FourFourTwo's Top 50 Players aim to reward outstanding achievements both on and off the football pitch.

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“Once again, the quality of the entries is testament to the commitment and hard work throughout the clubs, and there will be some truly worthy winners."

The Awards highlights TV programme will be shown on Sky Sports 1 in the week following the Awards ceremony.

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