Scotland striker Ross McCormack nominated for top award in English Championship



Scotland striker Ross McCormack has been nominated for the Sky Bet Championship Player of the Year award following an eye-catching season with Fulham.

The 29-year-old, who impressed on his return to the national side in last month’s win in the Czech Republic, has scored a total of 23 goals for the London club so far this season, and is also credited with eight assists.

Rangers and Motherwell marksman McCormack, who joined Fulham in a £11 million switch from Leeds in summer 2014, is up against Burnley forward Andre Gray and Brentford midfielder Alan Judge for the award.

(Pic Jon Candy)
(Pic Jon Candy)

The winner will be announced at Sunday’s Football League awards ceremony.

McCormack, speaking to, said: “I’m very humbled to have been shortlisted for the Player of the Year award.

“It’s not been the season we were all hoping for but hopefully we’ve turned a corner now and I can continue to contribute in the remaining five matches.

“Many thanks to all the fans for supporting me and the rest of the team through thick and thin this year.”