EFL team of the year

Here is the EFL Championship Team of the Year in full - which Leeds United players made the cut?

The EFL have announced the Championship Team of the Year ahead of the annual end of season awards - but which Leeds United players have made the grade?

Take a look at the official side selected below as Phil Hay takes you though it player by player...

Its a very, very close call between Wilder, Marcelo Bielsa and Daniel Farke and there are valid arguments for all three of them. Wilder gets the nod from the EFL.

1. Manager - Chris Wilder, Sheffield United

Its a very, very close call between Wilder, Marcelo Bielsa and Daniel Farke and there are valid arguments for all three of them. Wilder gets the nod from the EFL.
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A goalkeeper who is good enough to play in the Premier League. Sixteen clean sheets and 31 goals conceded made him a shoe-in.

2. Darren Randolph - Middlesbrough

A goalkeeper who is good enough to play in the Premier League. Sixteen clean sheets and 31 goals conceded made him a shoe-in.
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Only 19 but an easy pick as the best right-back in the division. Quick, direct and key to Norwichs tactics. A big future ahead of him.

3. Max Aarons - Norwich City

Only 19 but an easy pick as the best right-back in the division. Quick, direct and key to Norwichs tactics. A big future ahead of him.
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Club captain at Elland Road and one of the players who has improved and adapted most under Marcelo Bielsa. Among the first names on Bielsas teamsheet.

4. Liam Cooper - Leeds United

Club captain at Elland Road and one of the players who has improved and adapted most under Marcelo Bielsa. Among the first names on Bielsas teamsheet.
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