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19.12.2005 Football News

Academics Sweep GT Awards

By Daily Guide
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SENSATIONAL FEYENOORD Academy, last Friday, December 16, 2005, bagged the highest number of awards in the 2005 gt Premiership Awards Ceremony.

The academics grabbed four out of the twelve enviable awards, at stake. Enterprising goalie, Philemon McCarthy, clinched two of Feyenoord's accolades, as he undisputedly, emerged the discovery of the season, as well as goalkeeper of the season.

Furthermore, the Academics' brilliant display of real soccer, was confirmed, when they took home the Most Exciting Team Of The Season Award. Also, the skipper of the Academics, Danlad Sheriff, displaced gritty defenders as Shilla Illiasu and Gabriel Issah Ahmed, to come first as the 2005 best defender, in a controversial arousal.

The Academics' awards, notwithstanding, Asante Kotoko announced its presence, coming out as the club of the season, with its Skipper, Issah Ahmed, being crowned the 2005 best player.

Prince Tagoe of Hearts of Oak, unanimously received the 2005 goal-king award, while Coach Francis Oti Akenten of King Faisal Babies, came into sight, as the best coach of the season.

Mr. Felix Ansong of Liberty Professionals won the 2005 best chairman award, while Okwawu United won the fair-play award, amid shouts of oh, oh, oh. Besides, Nkawkaw Park emerged the best behaved centre of the season. There were also, cash presentations to the 2005 Premiership Champions, the Porcupine Warriors, runners-up, the Phobians, as well as the third-placed Faisal Babies.

Kotoko, Hearts, Faisal, received ¢50 million, ¢30 million, and ¢20 million, in that order.