Barnsley chief left raging after Wigan Athletic draw as Swansea City boss issues play-off warning - Championship winners and losers
Wigan Athletic were held to a 0-0 draw at Barnsley on Saturday as the Latics wait to learn their fate on the proposed 12-point deduction.
By Jordan Cronin
13th Jul 2020, 12:39pm
As ever, we’ve round-up the winners and losers from another action-packed weekend in the second-tier.
Scroll and click through the pages to see which teams, managers and players shone and struggled over the latest round of fixtures:
1. L: Grant McCann (Hull City)
Grant McCann faced a tense post-match press conference after Hull remained in the relegation places following a 1-0 defeat to Millwall. One journalist asked: "Grant, if I’m honest, a lot of fans are saying that’s exactly what they want. They want you to go, they want you to resign. What would you say?” “No comment,” McCann replied.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Garry Monk reiterated his desire to bring Murphy back to Hillsborough next season after netting in the Owls’ 3-0 win at QPR - stating the on loan Newcastle United winger is “the type of player I want to work with.”
Preston boss Alex Neil questioned Sky Sports pundit Matt Le Tissier after he claimed his side and Nottingham Forest would be no match for Brentford in the play-offs. His response: “Well, we’ve played three games - Forest beat them twice and we beat them, so that’s interesting.
Luton kept their survival hopes alive with a 2-0 win at Huddersfield on Friday night. Nathan Jones spoke publicly about wanting results to go his side's way over the weekend - and he got his wish. The Hatters are now just two points from safety.