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Mulenga named Zambian Footballer of the Year



Enterprising Power Dynamos midfielder Mukuka Mulenga is the MTN Zambian Footballer of the Year for 2012.

Mulenga was crowned winner at an MTN awards gala night at Government Complex where champions Zanaco not only received their MTN Super league trophy and winners' medals but had Keegan Mumba declared best coach of the ended season.

With the prestigious accolade, Mukuka also received K25million.

He beat Zesco United striker Jackson Mwanza and Power Dynamos captain Joseph Sitali to the top honour of local football.

Nkana's Ronald "Sate Sate" Kampamba, who is away at Swiss side Young Boys, received the top scorer award for his 14 league goals in the ended MTN Super League. Added to his top scorer award, Kampamba was also honored with the Zambian young player of the year.

Power's Emmanuel Chimpinde received the most disciplined player award.

Fifa referee Gladys Lengwe emerged Referee of the year while Bruno Tembo was best assistant referee.

Full list of Winners

MTN Zambian Footballer of the Year

Mukuka Mulenga

2012 MTN Super League Top Scorer

Ronald Kampamba - 14 league goals

The 2012 MTN Zambian Young Player of the Year

Ronald Kampamba.

The 2012 MTN Most Disciplined Player of the Year

Emmanuel Chimpinde

The 2012 MTN Zambian Coach of the Year

Keegan Mumba

The 2012 MTN Best Referee of Year

Gladys Lengwe

The 2012 MTN Best Assistant Referee of the Year

Bruno Tembo



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