Gray, Judge & McCormack on shortlist

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Alan Judge, Andre Gray and Ross McCormack were nominated by the 24 Championship managers

Brentford midfielder Alan Judge, Burnley striker Andre Gray and Fulham forward Ross McCormack have been nominated for the Football League’s Championship player of the year award.

Gray, 24, has scored 23 league goals this season – 21 of them coming since a £9m move from Brentford in August.

McCormack, 29, has netted 21 times in the Championship for struggling Fulham.

Judge, 27, scored 14 goals in 38 league games for Brentford before suffering a season-ending injury on Saturday.

The Republic of Ireland international broke his leg in the win at Ipswich, which will rule him out of Euro 2016 in France this summer.

The Football League Awards ceremony will be held in Manchester on Sunday.

Player of the Year shortlists

Championship Player of the Year: Andre Gray (Burnley), Alan Judge (Brentford), Ross McCormack (Fulham)

League One Player of the Year: Nicky Ajose (Swindon), Bradley Dack (Gillingham), Romaine Sawyers (Walsall)

League Two Player of the Year: Ricky Holmes (Northampton), Kemar Roofe (Oxford), Matty Taylor (Bristol Rovers)

Young Player of the Year: Lewis Cook (Leeds), Moussa Dembele (Fulham), Rico Henry (Walsall)

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