Celtic manager Neil Lennon has won the Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League Most Unpopular Manager Of The Month for January.
This presents a major achievement for the Parkhead boss as its the first time the same manager has won the award for August to January inclusive.
Apart from his constant moaning about match officials and reverting to the old entrenched claim that his players in particular and the club in general were the victims of a conspiracy, what clinched the award for Lennon for January was his habit of not even being decent enough to look fellow managers in the face when shaking hands at the end of games.
William Hills are now not taking any more bets on him winning the award for the whole of season 2010-2011.
The Clean Sweep is still very much on.