Chambers and McCarthy in Team of the Week
Monday, 8th Dec 2014 14:34
Skipper Luke Chambers and manager Mick McCarthy have been named in the Sky Bet Football League Team of the Week after the Blues’ 4-1 home victory over Leeds.
Every week the Football League pick a team and a manager from teams in the Championship, League One and League Two. This week, with the lower division sides in FA Cup action, the entire XI is drawn from the Championship.
Team of the Week: Goalkeeper: Andy Lonergan (Bolton Wanderers). Defenders: Claude Dielna (Sheffield Wednesday), Luke Chambers (Ipswich Town), Cyrus Christie (Derby County). Midfielders: Almen Abdi (Watford), Jonny Howson (Norwich City), Tom Lawrence (Rotherham United), Sean Scannell (Huddersfield Town). Strikers: Chris Martin (Derby County), Jelle Vossen (Middlesbrough), Troy Deeney (Watford). Manager: Mick McCarthy (Ipswich Town).
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