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Football | Zimbabwe

Sadiki wins platinum award



Platinum midfielder Ali Sadiki was voted the club’s Player of the Season at an end-of-year awards ceremony on Saturday.

Sadiki played a vital role for the side in the recently concluded campaign, and was a worthy recipient of the accolade.

He expressed gratitude to be honoured by the club, and thanked his teammates and the technical team for helping him impress.

“I have to say the support I have received from my team mates, technical team and management has helped me perform the way I did this season,” he said. “I am grateful to everyone in the team for this. Next season will be tough and we have to work harder as a team.”

Another player to earn recognition for his efforts is Mitchell Katsavairo. Katsavairo picked up two gongs, as he was the side’s top scorer and was also deemed their ‘Most Disciplined Player’ in 2012.

Full list of Winners:

Top Goal Scorer: Mitchell Katsavairo

Goal of the Season: Joel Ngozo

Rookie of the Year: Raphael Mudhuviwa

Impact Player of the Year: Thabani Kamusoko

Most Disciplined Player: Mitchell Katsavairo

Most Consistent Player of the Season: Daniel Vheremu

Players Player of the Year: Welcome Ndiweni

Player of the Season: Ali Sadiki

Supporter of the Year: Taurai Chamisa



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