Hibs boss Jack Ross overlooked for manager of the year award

Hibs boss Jack Ross has been overlooked for PFA Scotland Manager of the Year.

By Joel Sked
Friday, 14th May 2021, 12:59 pm
Updated Friday, 14th May 2021, 10:38 pm
Hibs boss Jack Ross has not featured on PFA Scotland's shortlist for manager of the year. Picture: SNS

The four-man shortlist has been released and features Steven Gerrard, who led Rangers to the Premiership, Livingston’s David Martindale, St Johnstone’s Betfred Cup-winning manager Callum Davidson and Raith Rovers boss John McGlynn.

Ross has just led Hibs to their first third-place finish since 2005, steered the club to the last-four of the Betfred Cup and is 90 minutes away from winning the Scottish Cup.

It is the 44-year-old’s first full season at Easter Road having replaced Paul Heckingbottom last season.

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The 11 away wins is the most won by Hibs in a single top-flight season in their history.

Ross has built a formidable side at Easter Road and they saw off the threat of Aberdeen during the week with a spirited 1-0 win at Pittodrie.

With just Celtic to play in the league at the weekend, the team are close to achieving one of the most successful seasons since the 1950s.

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