List of Scottish Professional Football League monthly award winners

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This article lists the winners of the monthly awards in the Scottish Professional Football League.

2013–14 season[edit]

Month SPFL
player
SPFL
young player
Premiership
manager
Championship
manager
League One
manager
League Two
manager
Ref
August Richie Foran
(Inverness CT)
Stuart Bannigan
(Partick Thistle)
Terry Butcher
(Inverness CT)
Alex Neil
(Hamilton Academical)
Martyn Corrigan
(Stenhousemuir)
John Coughlin
(East Stirlingshire)
[1]
September Billy McKay
(Inverness CT)
Andrew Robertson
(Dundee United)
Derek McInnes
(Aberdeen)
Grant Murray
(Raith Rovers)
Ally McCoist
(Rangers)
Stuart Garden
(Montrose)
October Stevie May
(St. Johnstone)
Blair Spittal
(Queen's Park)
Tommy Wright
(St. Johnstone)
Grant Murray
(Raith Rovers)
Stephen Aitken
(Stranraer)
Jim Duffy
(Clyde)
November Andrew Robertson
(Dundee United)
Ryan Gauld
(Dundee United)
Jackie McNamara
(Dundee United)
Gary Holt
{Falkirk)
Stephen Aitken
(Stranraer)
Jim McInally
(Peterhead)
December Kris Commons
(Celtic)
John McGinn
(St. Mirren)
Neil Lennon
(Celtic)
John McGlynn
(Livingston)
Stephen Aitken
(Stranraer)
James Ward
(Albion Rovers)
January Fraser Forster
(Celtic)
Craig Slater
(Kilmarnock)
Neil Lennon
(Celtic)
Ian Murray
(Dumbarton)
Ally McCoist
(Rangers)
Colin Cameron
(Berwick Rangers)
February Adam Rooney
(Aberdeen)
Sam Stanton
(Hibernian)
Derek McInnes
(Aberdeen)
Jimmy Nicholl
(Cowdenbeath)
Jim Jefferies
(Dunfermline Athletic)
Jim Chapman
{Annan Athletic)
March Rory McAllister
(Peterhead)
Liam Henderson
(Celtic)
Neil Lennon
(Celtic)
Alex Neil
(Hamilton Academical)
Gary Bollan
(Airdrieonians)
Jim McInally
(Peterhead)
April Kenny McLean
(St. Mirren)
Callum Paterson
(Heart of Midlothian)
Gary Locke
(Heart of Midlothian)
Gary Holt
(Falkirk)
Gary Bollan
(Airdrieonians)
Greig McDonald
(Stirling Albion)

2014–15 season[edit]

Month SPFL
player
SPFL
young player
Premiership
manager
Championship
manager
League One
manager
League Two
manager
Ref
August Ross Draper
(Inverness CT)
Ryan Christie
(Inverness CT)
John Hughes
(Inverness CT)
Robbie Neilson
(Heart of Midlothian)
Mark Roberts
(Ayr United)
Allan Moore
(Arbroath)
[2]
September Paul Paton
(Dundee United)
Jason Cummings
(Hibernian)
Allan Johnston
(Kilmarnock)
Alan Stubbs
(Hibernian)
Stephen Aitken
(Stranraer)
Gary Naysmith
(East Fife)
October John Guidetti
(Celtic)
Lewis Macleod
(Rangers)
Alex Neil
(Hamilton Academical)
Robbie Neilson
(Heart of Midlothian)
Dick Campbell
(Forfar Athletic)
Gus MacPherson
(Queen's Park)
November David Clarkson
(Dundee)
Charlie Telfer
(Dundee United)
Ronny Deila
(Celtic)
Robbie Neilson
(Heart of Midlothian)
Jim Duffy
(Greenock Morton)
Darren Young
(Albion Rovers)
December Ryan Jack
(Aberdeen)
Stevie Mallan
(St. Mirren)
Derek McInnes
(Aberdeen)
Peter Houston
(Falkirk)
Gary Bollan
(Airdrieonians)
Allan Moore
(Arbroath)
January Greg Stewart
(Dundee)
Chris Kane
(St. Johnstone)
John Hughes
(Inverness CT)
Peter Houston
(Falkirk)
Ray McKinnon
(Brechin City)
Jim Weir
(Elgin City)
February Stefan Johansen
(Celtic)
Ryan Christie
(Inverness CT)
Jim McIntyre
(Ross County)
Alan Stubbs
(Hibernian)
Ray McKinnon
(Brechin City)
Gary Naysmith
(East Fife)
March Raffaelle De Vita
(Ross County)
Jason Denayer
(Celtic)
Jim McIntyre
(Ross County)
Robbie Neilson
(Heart of Midlothian)
Dick Campbell
(Forfar Athletic)
Craig Tully
(East Stirlingshire)
April Jason Cummings
(Hibernian)
James Fowler
(Queen of the South)
Ray McKinnon
(Brechin City)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SPFL monthly awards 2013-14". www.spfl.co.uk. Scottish Professional Football League. May 28, 2014. 
  2. ^ "SPFL monthly awards 2014-15". www.spfl.co.uk. Scottish Professional Football League. 10 February 2015.