League One round-up: Mark Robins leads Coventry to five wins in a row as Rochdale captain Ian Henderson continues impressive goalscoring run
- Mark Robins has now guided Coventry to an impressive five wins in a row
- Bradford co-owner Edin Rahic is facing enormous criticism for their awful form
- Chris Maguire scored an absolute belter in Sunderland’s 3-0 win over Southend
- Rochdale’s Ian Henderson has scored 10 or more in each of the past six seasons
Following the latest weekend of League One action, Sportsmail takes a closer look at the action and presents the things we learned.
HERO OF THE WEEK – Mark Robins (Coventry manager)
It has been quite the story for three of the four teams promoted from League Two last season. Luton, Accrington and Coventry are all around the play-off places in League One.
Coventry, however, are on the best run of the lot. They have now won five on the bounce with a 2-1 win over Doncaster the latest triumph. Boss Mark Robins has managed to unify a club that not long ago looked a complete shambles.
Mark Robins has now guided Coventry to five wins in a row as they continue to impress
ZERO OF THE WEEK – Bradford co-owner Edin Rahic
Bradford haven’t recorded a win in their last 10 matches. David Hopkin, who was appointed manager just under two months ago, has lost 80 per cent of his games in charge. A 4-0 spanking at Gillingham now has them bottom and four points from safety.
Hopkin should take some of the blame, but the main criticism is aimed at Rahic. Over two years at the helm and the club continues to go backwards.
GOAL OF THE WEEK – Chris Maguire (for Sunderland v Southend)
Absolute belter from Maguire who scored the second goal in Sunderland’s 3-0 win over Southend. He won goal of the month for September and he should win it this month after finding the top corner with a scorching effort.
Chris Maguire scored the second goal in Sunderland’s 3-0 win over Southend with a belter
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
Burton manager Nigel Clough: ‘It was 20 minutes before we looked like we’d got off the coach,’ after a 2-1 home defeat to Peterborough.
STAT OF THE WEEK
10: Rochdale captain Ian Henderson has scored 10 or more goals in each of the past six seasons for the club. His 10th of this term came in the 1-0 win against Charlton.
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