The second edition of the Ghana Football Awards was held on Sunday, 21st July at the Mariott Hotel in Accra.
Thomas Partey retained the Footballer of the Year Award.
Below are the list of awardees at the just ended event:
Felix Annan – Goalkeeper of the year.
Abdulai Mukarama bagged two awards: Future Star Award and Women’s Footballer of the Year.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko – Team of the year.
Joseph Esso – Goal of the Year
Dogo Moro and Wilberforce Mfum – Living Legends Award
Abdul Fatawu Safiu – Home-based Footballer of the Year
Charles Kwablah Akonnor – Coach of the Year
Thomas Partey – Footballer of the Year
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) – Thumbs Up award in recognition of the organization’s remarkable work towards protecting the rights and interests of Ghanaian footballers in the country and across the globe.
Dream Team 2018/19:
Felix Annan Amos Frimpong Joseph Aidoo Mohammed Alhassan Kwadwo Asamoah Thomas Partey Mubarak Wakaso Jeffrey Schlupp Diawisie Taylor John Antwi A. Fatawu-Safiu
Nana Bonsu Richard Ofori Harrison Afful John Boye Simon Zibo Kwame Bonsu Joseph Esso Richmond Boakye Yiadom
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