Arsene Wenger has been named the League Managers Association's Manager of the Year for the second time.
The award, which is voted for by fellow bosses, recognised Wenger's feat of guiding his side to the title without losing a Premiership match.
New Southampton boss Paul Sturrock is Division Two Manager of the Year after helping Plymouth towards promotion.
And Norwich's Nigel Worthington won the Division One award after winning the title and automatic promotion.
Dave Penney took the Third Division award for taking Doncaster Rovers into the
Second Division only a year after taking the club into the Nationwide League.
Meanwhile, the LMA Service to Football Award was presented to 68-year-old Don
The former Arsenal manager retired as academy coach at Highbury last