BRENDAN RODGERS is one of four bosses in the running for the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year award.
The Celtic gaffer is on course to pick up his second successive Premiership title on Sunday while the Hoops face Motherwell in the Scottish Cup Final on May 19.
Success at Hampden will bring the Parkhead an unprecedented back-to-back treble with Rodgers picking up every piece of domestic silverware that was up for grabs since he took over from Ronny Deila in May 2016.
Ex-Celtic boss Neil Lennon is also on the shortlist having had a stunning campaign with newly-promoted Hibs.
HIB, HIB, HOORAY? Neil Lennon is in the running for top boss award.
He took over from Alan Stubbs just under two years ago after the Easter Road club’s Scottish Cup victory and has guided the club to the Championship title and a possible second-place finish in the top-flight with four games left.
Kilmarnock’s Steve Clarke is also a contender having replaced Lee McCulloch last October with the club bottom of the table having picked up only three points from eight games.
Jack Ross has also produced an incredible run of results with St Mirren since arriving from Alloa in October 2016.
A year ago, the Paisley outfit battled to avoid the drop to League One and won this season’s Championship title at a canter.
The winning manager will be announced on Sunday night.
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