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A-League Coach of the Year Wikipedia
The A-League Coach of the Year is an annual soccer award presented to coaches in Australia. It recognises the most outstanding manager in the A-League each season. The recipient is chosen by a vote of all coaches at the conclusion of the regular season. The award was established in the first A-League season, 2005–06.
In 2006, the inaugural Coach of the Year award was given to Lawrie McKinna, who took Central Coast Mariners to the 2006 A-League Grand Final. The current holder of the award is Guillermo Amor.
Only one coach has won the award multiple times, Ernie Merrick in 2007 and 2010.