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Brendan Rodgers to win PFA Scotland Manager of the year
April 27, 2018
The long expected list for PFA Scotland Manager is finally out and Brendan Rodgers isn’t left out. With such an applauding season its no surprise the Celtic boss is shortlisted amongst the four-man to be crowned the number one manager of the PFA Scotland Manager.
BrendanRogders had successfully guided the Bhoys through a successful season in achieving an Invincible Treble, and with amazing the hoops are still on track to make history just as Brendan Rogders sides remain persistent in making history as they continue to drive in to achieve a double treble.
November last year, the Hoops were crown champions and lifted the League Cup over at Hampden and come Sunday the Hoops will yet be lifting another League Cup after a win against Rangers in Paradise. Celts 4 goals to 0 victory over Ibrox earlier this month also gave the Bhoys the edge as they move to the finals to compete the champions of the Scottish Cup against Motherwell.
Over at European campaign the Celts made it to the UEFA Champions League good stage for the second time straight and as well qualified for the UEFA Europa League 32.
Neil Lennon, Celtics former boss was also shortlisted for his hard work at his new team, along side are Kilmarnock manager, Steve Clarke, and St Mirren boss, Jack Ross, to fill up the PFA short list.
The winner of the award will be announced this Sunday night.