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Professional Footballers' Association Scotland

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Professional Footballers' Association Scotland

The Professional Footballers' Association Scotland (PFA Scotland) is the association for professional footballers in Scotland. It was formerly known as the Scottish Professional Footballers' Association (SPFA), but that organisation was dissolved and replaced by PFA Scotland in 2007.[1] PFA Scotland is affiliated to the (English) Professional Footballers' Association.[1] The SPFA were previously affiliated to the GMB union.[2] Fraser Wishart (chief executive) and Tony Higgins (chairman) are two of the principal officers of the organisation.

Each year it presents the Players' Player of the Year, the Young Player of the Year, and the Manager of the Year awards.[3][4]

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