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Nyamutsaka wins Harare City award



Defender Witness Nyamutsaka was named Harare’s City’s Player of the Year at the club’s end-of-year awards ceremony at the weekend.

Nyamutsaka won the top accolade, while Edgar Tapea was selected as the Players’ Player of the Year. City chairman Leslie Gwindi said that they had to reward the players for a job well done in the 2012 season.

Gwindi told supersport.com that he is confident the side will impress again in the new campaign.

“I am glad the players did well and we had to thank them in a special way. All the players did very well and we thank all of them for the job they did the past season. We know they will continue from where we left when we start the new season,” Gwindi said.

Harare City, who are one of the few financially stable outfits as they receive funding from the City of Harare, finished seventh on the Castle Lager League table in the past term.

Full Awards List:

Player of the Year: Witness Nyamutsaka

Players Player of the Year: Edgar Tapea

Most Disciplined Player: Trymore Nyamadzawo

Rookie of the Year: Munyaradzi Diro-Nyenye

Most Improved Player: Nomore Jones

Most Loyal Player: Raymond Uchena

Top Goal Scorer: Godfrey Nguwodzawo



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