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The nominees for PFAI Manager of the Year have been announced

John Caulfield, Stephen Kenny and Keith Long have made the shortlist.

A THREE-MAN SHORTLIST for the PFAI Manager of the Year award has been announced.

lads Kenny, Caulfield and Long have all been nominated.

Having overseen Cork City end their 12-year wait for the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division title and sealing the double with an FAI Cup final win, John Caulfield will be highly tipped to scoop the prize.

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has also be nominated. Kenny has won the award every year since its inception in 2013 and if he does it again, it will be his fifth time in a row.

Bohemians boss Keith Long is the third name on the shortlist. The Gypsies finished fifth in the table, closing their season on a high with a 3-1 win over Finn Harps at Dalymount Park.

The Premier Division Team of the Year and Player of the Year nominees have already been announced. The awards ceremony takes place in Dublin on Saturday, 18 November.

Who do you think it will be?


Poll Results:


81% John Caulfield (Cork City FC) (1504)

11% Keith Long (Bohemian FC) (216)

6% Stephen Kenny (Dundalk FC) (123)




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