Bobby Linn - Division 2 Player of the Year

Last updated : 05 May 2015 By Fargone

C:WindowsTempphpC17D.tmpWell deserved - a class act throughout the season,never allowing defences a moment's rest and demonstrating unrivalled commitment and workrate.  Well done.

From the Evening Telegraph@  Arbroath striker Bobby Linn has won the PFA Scotland League 2 Player of the Year award.

The 29-year-old accepted the award at a ceremony at the Hilton in Glasgow tonight.

Linn beat teammate and fellow Dundonian Simon Murray, Elgin’s Shane Sutherland and Paul Woods of Queens Park to the accolade.

The former Dundee player’s 13 goals helped Arbroath reach the play-offs for League 1.

Celtic midfielder Stefan Johansen, beat Dundee’s Greg Stewart to win the main award of the night and was crowned the PFA Scotland player of the year.

John Hughes won the manager of the year award after leading Inverness to the William Hill Scottish Cup final and a probable top-three place in the Scottish Premiership.