Kyogo Furuhashi voted PFA Scotland Player of the Year winner ahead of Celtic team-mates and Well’s van Veen

This season’s PFA Scotland Premiership Player of the Year was named Player of the Year.

Three Celtic stars were shortlisted: Kyogo Furuhashi, Callum McGregor and Reo Hatate.

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Motherwell’s Kevin van Veen has also been called up for his impressive strikes in front of goal.

No Rangers player made the shortlist that year, although James Tavernier and Malik Tillman made it into Team of the Year.

All winners were announced at a glamor event at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow tonight.

And it was Celtic’s Kyogo who got the approval of his fellow pros that night.

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The Japanese star has been in superb goalscoring form for the Hoops this season and currently leads the scoring charts.

The 28-year-old has scored 24 Premier League goals in a productive season.

His goals gave the Hoops the league title and he scored the opener at Tynecastle last weekend as they clinched back-to-back championships.

Kyogo’s success means a Celtic player has won the award for the second year in a row – after McGregor was crowned leader last year.

Albion Rovers’ Charlie Reilly – a nominee for the Young Player of the Year trophy – did not leave Glasgow empty-handed after winning the League Two Player of the Year award.

It was Airdrie’s Calum Gallagher who was named League One’s best player that season.

And Ayr United sharp shooter Dipo Akinyemi secured the title for the Championship.

There was also a Special Merit Award for Sir Alex Ferguson, which Archie Knox accepted on his behalf.

Jota won Goal of the Season while Tillman was voted Young Player of the Year.

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Zack Zwiezen

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