Jack Ross wins PFA Scotland Manager of the Year

JACK ROSS has been voted as the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year tonight. The St Mirren manager has beaten Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, who has won the league and Betfred Cup and has taken his side to within 90 minutes of a unique Double Treble at Hampden on 19 May in the Scottish Cup Final against Motherwell.

Rodgers also negotiated the Champions League qualifiers then as fourth seed finished in the third spot to earn a place in the Europa League after Christmas.

Steve Clarke and Neil Lennon were also nominated but it was the St Mirren manager who won the award.

Brendan Rodgers was delighted earlier in the day as his Celtic side skelped the Rangers 5-0 to win their 7th successive league title.

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