CELTIC legend Davie Hay admits he is baffled Brendan Rodgers has not been voted Scotland’s top boss.

The former Hoops gaffer and player acknowledged the great work done by the winner of the award, Jack Ross who led St Mirren back to the Premiership.

And Hay also revealed he is a fan of what Neil Lennon, at Hibs, and Kilmarnock’s Steve Clarke have achieved.

But he said: “I think it was a scandalous decision not to give the Manager of the Year award to Brendan Rodgers by the PFA.

“I have no quibble with the work that Jack Ross has done at St Mirren – his team have been excellent – and I think Steve Clarke and Neil Lennon have both been notable for what they have done and how they have punched above their weight this season.

“But really? There was only one winner for me and it has got to be Rodgers.

“We are talking about a man who can go on this season and achieve something that no other manager in the history of Scottish football has done.

“He is one game away from leading Celtic to their sixth consecutive domestic trophy, an unparalleled achievement that no team has done before in our game.

“How can that not be worthy of being the best manager in the country?

“It is a baffling call, not that the Celtic manager will be giving a damn.

“He is obsessed not with personal trinkets and accolades, but with constantly getting Celtic to where he thinks they should be.

“It will be water off a duck’s back to him, but I have to say there is a bit of head scratching on my part.”

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