Kyogo named as PFA Scotland Player of the Year

Kyogo Furuhashi has been named as the PFA Scotland Player of the Year for the 2022/23 season. On the evening that the player picked up Celtic’s Player of the Year, Player’s Player of the Year and Top Goalscorer awards, the Japanese striker has made it a quadruple as he beat Callum McGregor and Reo Hatate as well as Motherwell’s Kevin Van Veen to win the accolade.

The award is voted for by the players and it is no surprise that his workrate and finishing has been acknowledged and rewarded. The movement exhibited by Kyogo is phenomenal and players have spoken about how effective this is in allowing Ange’s team to obliterate teams. Not only that, with 30 goals this season, Kyogo has been terrific in front of goal.

Celtic have had a successful evening between the club’s event and the PFA Scotland show ongoing next-door. Ange Postecoglou collected Player of the Year, Jota collected Goal of the Season and Caitlin Hayes was awarded the Women’s Player of the Year award.

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