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Tierney wins Celtic award

Manx-born defender impresses for Glasgow club

Manx-born Kieran Tierney's excellent season at Celtic continues.

The 18-year-old left-back has been named the Glasgow giants' Young Player of the Year.

Tierney has established himself as the club's first choice in that position, playing 29 matches in all competitions so far this season, and has impressed his manager, team mates and fans alike.

Earlier in the season, manager Ronny Deila said he wouldn't change Tierney for anyone, describing him as 'first class'.

Captain Scott Brown has said the teenager is 'hard as nails', a born winner and a born leader.

There has also been talk of interest in Tierney from English Premier League clubs.

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