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07/05/2019 - 11:04 BST

Celtic Legend Surprised By 21-Year-Old Bhoy Not Being Nominated For Award

 




Celtic legend John Hartson has admitted he is surprised that Kristoffer Ajer was not even considered in the running for the PFA Scotland’s Young Player of the Year award.

Ajer, who joined the Scottish champions from Start in Norway during the summer of 2016, has established himself as an integral member of the first team this season.
 

 



The 21-year-old has featured prominently across all competitions for Celtic this term, notching up as many as 42 appearances throughout the campaign.

However, despite his best efforts, Ajer was not even nominated for the PFA Scotland’s Young Player of the Year award as Ryan Kent, Jake Hastie, David Turnbull and Lewis Ferguson completed the list.

 


And in the wake of Ajer’s omission from the list of candidates, Hartson has admitted he is surprised the Celtic defender was overlooked, as he had an outstanding season at Parkhead since the turn of the year.



“And mentioning Ajer, I am surprised he wasn’t at least in the running for the PFA Young Player of the Year award”, Hartson wrote in his column for the Evening Times.

“He has been outstanding since the turn of the year and is a huge prospect.”

 


Rangers winger Kent was awarded the PFA Scotland’s Young Player of the Year award during the ceremony held last Sunday.