Kumasi Asante Kotoko win 5 awards at Ghana Football Awards

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Ghana Premier League champions Kumasi Asante Kotoko the Porcupine Warriors received five (5) awards at the fourth edition of the Ghana Football Awards held at the Conference Centre in Accra over the weekend.

The Porcupine Warriors won the Male Team of the Year, Special Fans of the Year , Men’s Coach of the Year , Best CEO of the Year  and the Most Vibrant Club on Social Media awards respectively.

Receiving the Best CEO of the Year award, Nana Yaw Amponsah, who obtained the award for the second one consecutive time, suggested clubs withinside the country to pay attention on growing the teens for the future.

 

He introduced that specializing in teens improvement might assist produce outstanding capabilities for the country wide teams withinside the future.

“This is the second time I’m winning this award in two years. I want to call on clubs in the country to concentrate on developing the youth for the future.

“It is the only way to produce great talents for the various national teams in the future,” said Nana Yaw Amponsah.

Below is the list of winners:

Footballer of the Year

Alexander Djiku

Women’s Footballer of the Year

Grace Asantewaa

Men’s Coach of the Year

Dr Prosper Ogum Narteh

Women’s Coach of the Year

Nana Joe Adarkwa

Odartey Lamptey Future Star Award

Felix Afena Gyan

Goalkeeper of the Year

Iddrisu Abdulai

Foreign-based Player of the Year

Alexander Djiku

Home-based Footballer of the Year

Yaw Annor

Ghana Premier League Goal King

Yaw Annor

Goal of the Year

Mizak Asante

Best Ghanaian Club CEO

Nana Yaw Amponsah (Asante Kotoko)

Male Team of the Year

Asante Kotoko

Femaile Team of the Year

Ampem Darkoa Ladies

Best African International

Sadio Mane (Bayern Munich)

Most Vibrant Club on Social Media

Asante Kotoko

Special Fan (s) of the Year

Porcupine Tertiary

Thumbs Up Award

Tom Vernon (Right to Dream)

Richard Duah Nsenkyire (Samartex FC)

Living Legend Award

Abedi Ayew Pele

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com

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