Young midfielder shortlisted for award.
'The 11' acknowledges the football and academic progress of U18s players on apprenticeships at current or former Football League clubs is also designed to assess other factors such as involvement in community or charity based initiatives.
The on and off pitch achievements of eleven young footballers has been recognised by League Football Education (LFE) in 'The 11' competition.
Leeds United midfielder Lewis Cook, Crewe’s George Cooper and Portsmouth’s Conor Chaplin were all named in 'The 11' ahead of tasting success at last season's Football League Awards, where they received divisional Apprentice of the Year titles.
Milo has been nominated for his overall attitude and application to his apprenticeship.
"I believe that this will hold him in good stead, and he was at the stage where he needed this in terms of his own development where it was important to be exposed to another environment where football is played.
"Milo, a product of our pathway since the Foundation Phase has already reaped the benefits of playing senior football, as he has been playing his trade with Hadleigh United on work experience.
"Milo has all the skills, and a mentality that is ready for the world of work within the football industry, and beyond.
Head of Education Lewis Spencer said: "Milo is archetypal type of person that this Academy is committed to developing.
"Whoever is lucky enough to work with this young man will get a player, and a person who is driven to be the best. "
The full eleven for December are:-
LFE chief executive Alan Sykes added: “The 11 is directly associated with apprentice reviews that are conducted by our regional officers throughout the season.
"It is a great way to highlight the achievements and progression of talented young footballers who apply themselves to all aspects of their apprenticeship.”
For in depth profiles on all of the players named in ‘The 11’ for December please visit the LFE website.