This set up a 2-1 victory over Brentford at Wembley which secured Yeovil’s place in English football’s second tier for the first time in the club’s history.
Having returned to Yeovil Town in January 2012 for his second spell at Huish Park, Johnson started by leading his team to League One safety. In the following season, the Glovers manager oversaw a campaign that culminated in Yeovil reaching the play-offs where they beat Sheffield United in the semi-finals.
And the winner is… Gary Johnson.
This year three managers have been shortlisted for this award: Paul Cook (Chesterfield), Eddie Howe (AFC Bournemouth) and Gary Johnson (Yeovil Town). Previous winners of the award for managerial achievement include Phil Parkinson at Bradford City and Gus Poyet at Brighton & Hove Albion.
This award recognises the best managerial achievement from the past 12 months. From unexpected promotion, to giant killings and cup runs, this award acknowledges those leaders in the game who have orchestrated generation-defining moments for their club and its fans.
Now we turn to the Football Manager Outstanding Managerial Achievement award.
Speaking about his £5,000 gift to the local school, Reda said: "I try to help people in my home country of Benin when I go back there but I also want to help people here, in Sheffield, people need help everywhere in the world.”
Having made more than 100 community appearances during the last three seasons the Owls defender made a substantial donation to allow Norfolk Park School in Sheffield to purchase a computer system for the less physically able.
And the winner is… Reda Johnson of Sheffield Wednesday.
This award recognises a Football League first-team player who made a significant contribution in supporting their club’s community programme during the 2013. This could be either across a broad range of community programmes or in support of one particular activity.
Now we turn to the award for PFA Player in the Community.
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After joining the Cherries from Hartlepool United as a teenager in 1992, Fletcher went on to play 728 times for the south coast club in a career that included 121 goals and three promotions. He finished his playing days on a high, winning promotion to the Sky Bet Championship in 2013 and continues to serve the club as head of recruitment.
The first recipient of the Sir Tom Finney Award is AFC Bournemouth centre forward Steve Fletcher, who retired at the end of last season aged 40 after a professional career spanning 24 years and more than 800 senior appearances.
We now turn to presentation of The Sir Tom Finney Award by Preston North End manager Simon Grayson.
Following the return of manager Steve McClaren to the club, Derby employed a strategy to encourage fans to back the new management team entitled ‘Return of the Mac’, which was delivered through various different channels. The club increased the number of unique visitors per month to dcfc.co.uk to more than 200,000.
And the winner is… Derby County.
The winner is a club that has demonstrated how exciting and engaging content can grow online audience - using social media, search engine optimization, video, emails, analytics and innovative partnerships to help achieve this.
Next up is the Perform Best Digital Content and Audience Growth award.
Back in 1979 Phil formed a Leeds United Supporters Club branch and has organised travel for Leeds fans to every corner of the UK, as well as trips to Europe for competitive and friendly matches.
Phil has followed Leeds United since the 1950s and has travelled all over Europe following the Yorkshire club. Undoubtedly one of the most dedicated fans in the country, Phil is on course to attend his 2,000th consecutive Leeds match this April.
And the overall winner is… Phil Beeton.