Celtic coach Ange Postecoglou, Ross County’s Malky Mackay, Cove Rangers’ Paul Hartley and Arbroath coach Dick Campbell are among the nominees for Scotland coach of the year, along with the Managers’ Association. and coach.
Postecoglou brought Celtic to the brink of a Scottish title in his first season in charge and lifted the League Cup.
Malky Mackay changed Ross County since taking power last summer, earning a spot in the top six for the first time since 2016.
Cove Rangers will play football championship next season Paul Hartley guided them to their third title in four years and Dick Campbell got Arbroath part-time in the Scottish Premiership play-offs in second place.
The winner will be announced at the PFA Scotland awards ceremony in Glasgow on Sunday evening.
Celtic captain Callum McGregor and midfielder Tom Rogic have been nominated for the PFA Scotland Player of the Year award.
The Parkhead duo were shortlisted alongside Hearts goalkeeper Craig Gordon and Ross County star Regan Charles-Cook.
PFA Scotland has also revealed the shortlist for the Women’s Player & Young Player of the Year awards, with Priscila Chinchilla of Glasgow City and Jacynta Galabadaarachchi of Celtic for both awards.
Rangers’ Lizzie Arnot and Celtic’s Charlie Wellings were also awarded the POTY while Bayley Hutchison (Aberdeen) and Maria McAneny (Hearts) were shortlisted for Young Players.