Chelsea boss Antonio Conte won the top two prizes at the League Managers' Association's annual awards evening.

The Italian was named manager of the year and Premier League manager of the year after leading the Blues to the title in his first season in charge.

Brighton manager Chris Hughton won the Championship award after guiding his side to promotion.



Sheffield United's Chris Wilder and Portsmouth's Paul Cook claimed the respective League One and Two awards.

The Blades and Pompey topped their divisions to finish as champions and achieve promotion.

Chelsea boss Conte, whose team won a record 30 Premier League matches, could complete the Double on Saturday when his side play Arsenal in the FA Cup final.

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