CELTIC boss Brendan Rodgers has been named Scottish Premiership Manager of the Year, while Scott Brown has won the player’s award.
The Irishman led the Hoops to their seventh successive title and the League Cup and they are on the brink of a historic double treble if they beat Motherwell in Saturday’s Scottish Cup Final.
Skipper Brown, 32, has made 55 appearances and has been the team’s acknowledged onfield leader.
The midfielder was last week named Player of the Year for 2018 by the Scottish Football Writers Association.
Brown, who joined from Hibs in a record £4.4million deal in 2007, will play his Testimonial Match against Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland at Parkhead the day after the Hampden showdown with Well.
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