Celtic manager Neil Lennon was yesterday crowned as the Scottish Premier League Manager of the Year as well as receiving the Scottish Football Writers' award.

The 40-year old Northern Irishman capped a great season in which he guided the Hoops to the SPL title by taking out two individual prizes which he is extremely proud of after never winning anything individual as a player.

"Individual honours are quite special but you cannot do it without the players," Lennon said.

"I'm delighted to pick up the Manager of the Year award as it is a privilege and an honour and sums up a season in which winning the SPL title meant everything to me.

"I never won any ******g Player of the Year awards because nobody liked me!"

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