ANGE POSTECOGLOU was seeing double again when he was voted PFA Scotland Manager of the Year last night.
The Celtic boss staged an action replay after winning the award last season following his title-winning debut campaign with the League Cup thrown in for good measure.
Postecoglou lifted the honour after facing opposition from Stephen Robinson, of St Mirren, Dunfermline’s James McPake and Darren Young, of Stirling Albion.
DEJA VU…Ange Postecoglou with the Manager of the Year award 12 months ago.
The 57-year-old Greek-Australian gaffer is ready to bring down the curtain on a memorable campaign when he leads out his players against Inverness Caley Thistle at Hampden in the Scottish Cup Final on Saturday June 3 for the unusual kick-off of 5.30pm.
A victory over Billy Dodds’ Championship outfit will earn Celtic only their eighth treble in history.
The Premiership title was claimed at Tynecastle eight days ago after the League Cup was achieved in February with a 2-1 victory over Ibrox opposition at thenational stadium.