Date: 21st May 2009 at 12:42pm
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Leeds United striker Jermaine Beckford scooped the Golden Boot award for League One.

The Football League today named their ‘golden six’ as they rewarded the top goalscorers and goalkeepers in each three divisions.

Coyne who managed to keep an outstanding 20 clean sheets was only matched by Brentford ‘keeper Ben Harmer meaning both Coyne and Harmer kept the most clean sheets in all three divisions.

The winner of the Golden boot award in the Championship was Wolverhampton Wanderers top goalscorer Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Blake scored an impressive 25 goals which beat the likes of Swansea’s Jason Scotland and Cardiff City’s Ross McCormick to the award. Whilst the Golden Glove award in the Championship was awarded to both Sheffield United’s Paddy Kenny and QPR’s Radek Cerny.

In League Two the Golden Boot award went to Shresbury’s Grant Holt who netted 28 goals this season. Ben Harmer of Brentford won the Golden Glove award who matched Coyne’s best clean sheet record in the Football League with 20 clean sheets.

During announcing the PUMA Golden Boot and Golden Glove Award winners, Lord Mawhinney, Chairman of The Football League, said:

‘These awards give us the opportunity to recognise the goalscorers and goalkeepers who have made a very special contribution to their team’s efforts this season. Each of these players has had an outstanding season and they all fully deserve this recognition.’

Roger Harrison, Marketing Director at PUMA UK, added:

‘Strikers and goalkeepers can often win a match for their team with a last minute goal or breathtaking save. These new accolades give us an opportunity to reward players of all levels – congratulations to all of the winners.’

Vital Tranmere Rovers would like to congratulate Danny for winning the Puma Golden Glove award.

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