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FAZ announces 2012 MTN awards finalists



The Football Association of Zambia is pleased to announce the three finalists for the prestigious 2012 MTN Zambian Footballer of the Year Award.

Zesco United striker Jackson Mwanza and the Power Dynamos midfield duo of Mukuka Mulenga and Joseph Sitali are in the running for the Zambian Player of the Year Award.

Added to the final three footballer of the year finalists, the young player award, coach of the year and best referees will be honored.

Nkana's Ronald Kampamba will receive the top scorer award for his 14 league goals in the ended MTN Super League.

Full list of Nominees

The 2012 MTN Zambian Footballer of the Year

Jackson Mwanza, Joseph Sitali, Mukuka Mulenga.

The 2012 MTN Super League Top Scorer

Ronald Kampamba - 14 league goals.

The 2012 MTN Zambian Young Player of the Year

Moses Phiri, Lubambo Musonda and Ronald Kampamba.

The 2012 MTN Most Disciplined Player of the Year

Emmanuel Chimpinde, Harry Milanzi and Dennis Banda.

The 2012 MTN Zambian Coach of the Year

Keegan Mumba, Beston Chambeshi, Masauso Mwale.

The 2012 MTN Best Referee of Year

Janny Sikazwe, Gladys Lengwe, Wellington Kaoma.

The 2012 MTN Best Assistant Referee of the Year

Bruno Tembo, Collins Kafwembe, Diana Chikotesha.



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