The PFA Scotland Manager of the Year candidates have been revealed.
Postecoglou has led Celtic to the Premier Sports Cup and stands on the brink of winning the Premiership title following a substantive squad rebuild.
Mackay’s Ross County appeared early season relegation fodder – failing to win any of their first 10 league games – but they’ve surged up the table and into the top six.
Dick Campbell and Arbroath’s Championship title dream may be over but the veteran boss could still lead his part-timers to the top-flight via the play-offs in what would be a stunning Scottish football fairytale.
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And Cove Rangers’ rise under Hartley continues as they clinched the League One title just two seasons after rising up from League Two.
Postecoglou, Campbell and Mackay were also nominated for the Scottish Football Writers’ Association Manager of the Year this week.