2001–02 FA Premier League - Awards - Monthly awards

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Monthly awards

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Number of Data columns : 3 Number of Data rows : 9
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Data row number Month Manager of the Month Player of the Month

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Name Description Data Type
Month text
Manager of the Month text
Player of the Month text

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