Asante Kotoko named team of the year

first_imgThe Porcupine Warriors also made it to the semi-finals of the Tier 2 Competition, losing to eventual winners AshgoldKotoko also reached the Group stage of last year’s CAF Champions League, eventually crashing out of the tournament.It was a dominant evening for the Kumasi-based club as shot-stopper, Felix Annan was named Goalkeeper of the year, with coach, Charles Akunnor winning the prize for Coach of the Year and Fatawu Safiu, who finished as the NC Special Competition’s top scorer, picking up the award for the Home-based Player of the YearBelow is the full list  of winnersCoach Of the YearCharles Akunnor- Asante KotokoWomen’s Footballer of the YearMukarama Abdulai – Black MaidensTeam Of The YearAsante KotokoGoalkeeper of the YearFelix Annan – Asante KotokoHome-based Player Of The YearFatawu SafiuBest Foreign PlayerThomas ParteyGoal of the YearBy Joseph Esso – Heart of OakThe Living Legend AwardsDogo Moro and Wiberforce MfumRising Star AwardAbdulai MukaramaThumbs Up AwardProfessional Footballers Association of GhanaOverall Footballer of the YearThomas Partey Kumasi Asante Kotoko have been named the team of the year for the 2018/2019 football season at the Ghana Football Awards.The club has had a very impressive year following the return of football.Kotoko won the Normalisation Committee Special Competition (Tier 1), beating Karela on penalties in the final.As a result, Kotoko will represent the country in the CAF Champions League. and will face Nigerian side Kano Pillars in the preliminary round.last_img read more