CELTIC have picked up yet another honour to add to their treble haul last term – the SFA Premiership Fair Play Award for the 2016/17 season.
Brendan Rodgers’ team finished top of the Fair Play table with the best disciplinary record of all the top-flight sides.
In 13 of the Hoops’ domestic games in the last campaign, they were issued with no cautions, while the team received just one red card in the entirety of the programme.
Callum McGregor was the “culprit” with an unlucky double-yellow card from an over-zealous Willie Collum in the 3-0 win at Hamilton on Christmas Eve.
Rodgers’ side played 47 domestic matches across the Premiership, Scottish Cup and League Cup, winning 43 and drawing the remaining four in a historic unbeaten season.
Aberdeen were runners-up, as they were in all three domestic competitions, and Dundee were third.