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Full list of winners at the maiden F360 Ghana Football Awards
Full list of winners at the maiden F360 Ghana Football Awards

Full list of winners at the maiden F360 Ghana Football Awards

Written by Gideon Sarpong
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The maiden edition of the F360 Ghana Football Awards took place last night at the Marriott Hotel Accra. The award, which is powered by Kwesé Free Sports and produced by AE Media Communications, recognised the most outstanding Ghanaian football stakeholders in the season under review.

A voting system consisting of a special electoral college (journalists, captains, coaches = 80%) and the general public (20%) which was instituted selected the winners across various categories, with supervision from the world-renowned auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).

Thomas Partey won the biggest award of the night, Footballer of the Year with a cash price of 50,000 Cedis.

The franchise is set to become an annual tradition that will bring football lovers together with their stars for a night where debates will be settled amidst a celebration of the nation’s number one passion.

Below  is the complete list of award winners;

1. Goalkeeper of the Year

Richard Ofori (Maritzburg United & Black Stars)

Razak Abalora (WAFA)

Joseph Addo (Aduana Stars & Black Stars B) - WINNER


2. Team of the Year

WAFA

Aduana Stars - WINNER

 Ampem Darkoa ladies


3. Future Star Award

Majeed Ashimeru (WAFA & Black Stars B) - WINNER

David Abagna Sandan (Wa All Stars)

Princella Adubea (Black Princesses & Ampem Darkoa Ladies)


4. Foreign-based Player of the Year

Jordan Ayew (Swansea)

Albert Adomah (Aston Villa)

Thomas Partey (Atletico Madrid) - WINNER


5. Goal of the Year - Joseph Mensah


6. Women's Footballer of the Year - Princella Adubea- WINNER


7. Living Legend Award - Anthony Baffoe - WINNER


8. Home-Based Player of the Year

Thomas Abbey (Hearts of Oak) - WINNER

Stephen Sarfo (Berekum Chelsea)

Daniel Darkwah (Aduana Stars)


9. Coach of the Year

Yussif Abubakar (Aduana Stars) - WINNER

Klaus Rasmussen (WAFA)

Mercy Tagoe (Black Queens Coach)


10. Thumbs Up Award - Asamoah Gyan (WINNER)


11. Ghana Footballer of the Year

Jordan Ayew (Swansea)

Albert Adomah (Aston Villa)

Thomas Partey (Atletico Madrid) - WINNER


Thomas Abbey (Ismaily)

Richard Ofori (Maritzburg United)