20 January 2018
Tsvangirai golden handshake confirmed
DisGrace sneaks out three luxury cars
ED cuts Bob Singapore crew from 38 to 22
Call for Diaspora Minister and MPs
ED so over confident it worries him
Priscilla demands coup ‘killings’ details
CBD maize roasting must end now: Min
Tsvangirai faces disgraceful exit: Judge
ZTA targets domestic tourism
SOE DEBATE: Privatise most parastatals
Delight as ZBC 'Iron Lady' suspended
Sulu arrested over $4,000 child support
Mapeza targets CAF CL group stages
Tendai Ndoro special - says Ajax coach
Elections: Not a moment to be lost
A view beyond the Zimbabwe coup
Mnangagwa off to Davos empty handed
Economy: the need for a paradigm shift
Footballer of the year: ZPC Kariba’s Dauda tipped
10/12/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
I would be surprised if I won the award ... Dennis Dauda
New Dynamos coach in fight to keep stars
Tough demands on new Dynamos coach
CAF to inspect FC Platinum’s Mandava
Mandigora confirms Dynamos interest
Gishon Ntini set for CAPS Utd return
Dynamos to appoint new coach Thursday
Gorowa not interested in Dynamos job
Mangwiro to reshuffle Hre City squad
CAPS’ Somanja set for FC Platinum
Mangwiro says ready for City challenge
Mangwiro to take over at Harare City?
Chitiyo leaves Dynamos for SA
Highlanders boss seeks re-election
Former CAPS coach keen on Dynamos
Football agent sues Warriors star
SA’s Wits chasing Harare City star
Kaindu in the frame for DeMbare job
DeMbare beat Bosso in Gushungo Cup

ZPC Kariba defender Dennis Dauda is tipped to win the Castle Lager Footballer of the Year Award at the 2014 Soccer Stars banquet to be held in Harare on Friday.

Dauda had one of his best seasons which saw ZPC Kariba finishing second to eventual champions Dynamos and has emerged as favourite to grab the big one — the Castle Lager Footballer of the Year.

Sports writers, Premier Soccer League (PSL) coaches and their captains, three weeks ago, selected the best eleven players of the just-ended season from which the top three will be drawn.

The season’s best coach and referee as well as Rookie of the Year will also be announced on the banquet night.

Dauda hails from Mbizo 6 in Kwekwe and, after leaving Lancashire Steel at the beginning of 2009, he appeared lost in the Division One wilderness turning out for DSTV Rangers and then ZPC Kariba whom he helped gain promotion into the PSL last season.

He remains modest however, even in his finest moment.

“Many people are saying I had a very good season and I deserve to be Soccer Star of the Year but I will be surprised honestly if I win the award.

“It's not something that had crossed my mind. I was just playing my normal game," said the player.


Email this to a friend Printable Version Discuss This Story
Share this article:

Digg it






Face Book



comments powered by Disqus
RSS NewsTicker