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City Pair Up For Monthly Honours

Lee Johnson and Aden Flint have been shortlisted for monthly awards by the EFL.

City's head coach guided his team through March unbeaten, with victories over Wigan Athletic and Huddersfield Town, plus draws against Burton Albion and Norwich City at Ashton Gate. 

Flint scored the winner at Wigan and notched an audacious flick in the 4-0 drubbing of Huddersfield, as well as helping the team keep three clean sheets. 

Johnson finds himself up against Steve Bruce (Aston Villa), Garry Monk (Leeds United) and Paul Lambert (Wolves). 

Meanwhile, Flint must contest with Preston North End's goal-getter Tom Barkhuizen, Leeds United's Chris Wood and former City winger Luke Freeman, now of QPR. 

The winners will be announced on Friday.

 

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