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Scott Sinclair crowned PFA Scotland Player of the Year

Scott Sinclair

Former Aston Villa forward Scott Sinclair has crowned off his first season in Scotland by being named as the PFA Scotland Player of the Year.

Sinclair, who had been racially abused by a number of Rangers fans in last week’s 5-1 hammering of the Ibrox side, has scored 25 goals for Brendan Rodgers’ side and fought off team mates Moussa Demnele amd Scott Armstrong, as well as Aberdeen’s Jonny Hayes to the crown.

Despite missing out on the top award, Dembele was awarded the Goal of the Year for Celtic’s team goal against St.Johnstone at McDiarmid Park.

Celtic youngster Kieran Tierney was named the Young Player of the Year for the second successive year and manager Brendan Rodgers picked up the Manager of the Year award as Celtic sit on the brink of securing their first treble since the days of Martin O’Neill’s tenure at Parkhead.

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