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Mukamba wins Soccer Star of the Year award
14/12/2012 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
Soccer Star of the Year ... Denver Mukamba
 
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IT’S OFFICIAL!

Dynamos hitman Denver Mukamba is the 2012 Zimbabwe Footballer of the Year.

Mukamba was crowned at a lavish ceremony in Harare on Friday night and walked away with a money prize of $5,000.

The Dynamos player won the country’s top soccer gong after brushing off strong-willed rivalry from Highlanders striker Masimba Mambare who took the first runner-up prize.

Mambare pocketed $3,000.

Monomotapa's Ronald Chitiyo became second runner-up and got $2,000.

Dynamos' double-winning coach Kalisto Pasuwa was named Coach of the Year.

The Goalkeeper of the Year accolade went to Highlanders' Arail Sibanda.

FULL LIST OF WINNERS

Soccer Star of the Year - Denver Mukamba-$5,000
First Runner-up - Masimba Mambare-$3,000
Second Runner up - Ronald Chitiyo-$2,000
Coach of the Year - Kalisto Pasuwa (Dynamos)-$,2000
Goalkeeper of the Year - Arial Sibanda (Highlanders)-$2,000
Golden Boot - Nelson Mazivisa (Shabanie Mine)-$3,000
Most Promising Player - Kuda Mahachi (Chicken Inn) -$2,000
Referee of the Year - Ruzive Ruzive $2,000
First Runner up - Thomas Kusosa $1,500
Second Runner up - Brighton Nyika-$1,000
Most Disciplined Team - Monomotapa-$10,000



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