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McGeady wins two Scottish awards

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 21 Apr 2008

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Celtic FC's Aiden McGeady has won both the Player of the Year award and the Young Player of the Year award in Scotland.

The 22-year-old Republic of Ireland winger has scored seven league goals in 32 league games helping Celtic to the top of the Scottish Premier League. He also made eight appearances in the Scottish champions' UEFA Champions League campaign.
The Manager of the Year award went to Hamilton Academical FC boss Billy Reid whose side confirmed their promotion to the top flight on Saturday. There was also a Scottish Football special merit award for the late Motherwell captain Phil O'Donnell, who collapsed and died of heart failure towards the end of his side's game against Dundee United FC on 29 December 2007.

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