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Rodgers, Pulis Receive Coach's Honors in England
Reuters, May 13th, 2014 1:59PM

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Liverpool coach Brendan Rodgers on Monday received the League Managers Association’s (LMA) ‘Manager of the Year’ award for guiding Liverpool to a second-place finish in the English Premier League this season, while the Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis was given the Premier League Manager of the Year award for guiding the London club to safety during his six months in charge.

While the LMA award is voted on by fellow professional managers from all of England’s divisions, the Premier League Manager of the Year award is voted on by a panel assembled by the EPL’s sponsor, which is currently Barclay’s.  

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