Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has been voted the Premier League Manager of the Year by the League Managers’ Association.

Guardiola saw his side set another Premier League points record of 100 on their way to the title, while scoring 106 goals all the way.

Guardiola gathered his honor at the LMA Awards supper in London on Tuesday night, having 24 hours sooner appreciated observing City’s triumph with an open-roof bus parade around Manchester.

Somewhere else, Cardiff manager Neil Warnock got a LMA Special Achievement Award to check a record eighth career advancement subsequent to taking the Welsh club up to second place down in the Sky Bet Championship.

Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo got the LMA Championship award, having seen his side secure the title.

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The LMA League One Manager Of The Year award went to Shrewsbury’s Paul Hurst, whose group completed third behind Blackburn and champions Wigan. The Shrews saw off Charlton to book their place in the playoff last at Wembley, where they will confront either Scunthorpe or Rotherham.

John Coleman gathered the League Two honor after Accrington Stanley guaranteed the title with 93 points.

Chelsea managerr Emma Hayes won the FA Women’s Super League award subsequent to driving her side to a league and cup double.