Wednesday, August 10, 2011

PLB Announce Nominees For 2010/11 Awards Night

By: Stephen Amos

Premier League Board (PLB) on Wednesday morning announced the nominees for the 2010/11 glo Premier league season awards scheduled to be staged at the State Banquet Hall on Saturday August 13 at 18.00 GMT.
The best player categories were grouped from votes cast by coaches of the various sixteen clubs that participated in the season’s championship.

However, Wa All Stars, relegated King Faisal and Real Tamale United failed to present their nominations to the organisers of the awards ceremony.

The guest of honour for this year’s event is CAF’s second Vice President, M. Almamy Kabele from Guinea.

Below are the nominees in various award categories:

Best Goalkeeper
Stephen Adams – Aduana Stars
Ernest Sowah – Berekum Chelsea
Sammy Adjei – Hearts of Oak

Best Defender
Rashid Sumaila – Abusua Dwarfs
Amos Frimpong – B.A Stars
Edward Kpodo - Berekum Chelsea

Overall Best Player
Ahmed Toure - Asante Kotoko
Emmanuel Clottey - Berekum Chelsea
Gladson Awako – Heart of Lions

Best Coach
Yusif Abubakar - Berekum Chelsea
Anthony Commey – New Edubiase
Professor Kwame Mintah - Abusua Dwarfs

Best Behaved Team/Fair Play
All Stars

Best CEO
Dr. K.K Sarpong – Asante Kotoko
Fred Crentsil – Hearts of Oak
Obed Nana Kwame Nketia - Berekum Chelsea

Best Centre Referee
Thomas Nunoo
Seidu Bomison
Patrick Kwaku Kyeremateng

Best Assistant Referee
A.S Malik
David Laryea
Alex Anim

Nana Poku of Berekum Arsenals would pick the goal king award for scoring sixteen (16) goals. Volta Regional Football Association chairman Francis Dogbatse would receive the best Match Commissioner award.

Edward Boateng (Global Media Alliance), Alhaji Braimah popularly known as Alhaji Hearts and Sly Tetteh (Liberty) would be awarded for their special contributions to the league.

Emmanuel Offei would receive the best camera man award and there would also be an award for the best Ghana Football Association employee.

Chelsea lifted their debut trophy after securing 57 points and maintaining a 10-point gap at the top of the glo Premier League table after 30 rounds of matches.

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