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Celtic's Postecoglou wins SFWA Manager of the Year prize

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has been named William Hill Manager of the Year by the Scottish Football Writers' Association. 

The Greek-Australian manager has taken Celtic to the brink of the Scottish Premiership title, which could be won on Sunday if Rangers fail to beat Dundee United at home, with kick-off at 3pm.

The Celtic boss was nominated alongside fellow Scottish Premiership managers in Ross County's Malky Mackay and Hearts manager Robbie Neilson, while Arbroath's Dick Campbell was also on the shortlist with Scotland boss Steve Clarke.

A statement from the SFWA read: "The Greek-Australian has done a terrific job rebuilding Celtic to take them to the brink of the title, having already won the League Cup back in December.

It has been a remarkable 30-game unbeaten that has taken Postecoglou to the brink of glory."

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