Uk news Rangers boss Steven Gerrard named PFA Scotland Manager of the Year PremierLeague-News.Com
MetiNews.Com - Gerrard has completed a personal treble by landing the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year award to go with his SPFL and Scottish Football Writers prizes.
Breaking News ! Steven Gerrard has completed the clean sweep of Manager of the Year awards after picking up the PFA Scotland prize. The former England captain becomes only the third Rangers boss to win the gong after Walter Smith and Mark Warburton. And it makes it a hat-trick for Gerrard after he was also named Scottish Football Writers’ Association and SPFL Manager of the Year. The 40-year-old beat Scottish Premiership rivals David Martindale and Callum Davidson, along with Raith Rovers boss John McGlynn from the Championship, to the award. It comes on the weekend Gerrard lifted the Scottish Premiership trophy after leading Rangers to their first top flight title in a decade.
. Davidson was nominated for his success in the Betfred Cup with St Johnstone while also steering the Saints to the Scottish Cup Final against Hibs this weekend to complete a potential cup double. Martindale steered Livingston to a top-six Premiership finish, while McGlynn's Rovers soared to the play-off semi-finals where they bowed out to Dundee. But it was Gerrard who won over the PFA members in the vote to complete a personal treble.
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