Vinny Perth has been shortlisted for the PFAI Premier Division Manager of the Year award. (Pic: Sportsfile)
Vinny Perth has been shortlisted for the PFAI Premier Division Manager of the Year award.
The Dundalk FC head coach was only denied a domestic treble in his first season in charge courtesy of Sunday's penalty shootout defeat by Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup final.
The final countdown is on to the PFA Ireland 2019 Awards and we have the nominees for Premier Division Manager of the Year, as voted for by their peers.@ShamrockRovers @bfcdublin @DundalkFC pic.twitter.com/6713MNkMBf— PFA Ireland (@PFAIOfficial) November 5, 2019
Perth faces competition from Rovers boss Stephen Bradley and Keith Long, Bohemians' supremo, for the gong.
The Lilywhites are set to dominate Saturday night's awards, with almost half of the team of the year having played out of Oriel Park this season.
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