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Nottingham Forest and Congo’s Brice Samba wins PFA Championship award

15:23 EAT 04/12/2019
Brice Samba - Nottingham Forest 2019-20
The 25-year-old Congolese shot-stopper has been voted the best player in the English second-tier for last month

Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Brice Samba has been announced as the winner for the PFA Championship Player of the Month award for November.

The Republic of Congo shot-stopper kept four clean sheets in five games last month for the Reds, winning the man-of-the-match in their win against Derby County.

His impressive displays in goal helped Sabri Lamouchi’s men to fourth spot in the league table, gathering 32 points from 18 matches.

Samba beat off competition from Kyle Bartley [West Bromwich Albion], Jarrod Bowen [Hull City], Matty Cash [Nottingham Forest], Aleksandar Mitrovic [Fulham] and Jed Wallace [Millwall] to nick the individual prize.

The goalkeeper has made 14 league appearances this season and will hope to continue his fine form when Nottingham take on Millwall on Friday.