Malawian midfielder Robert Ng’ambi capped a remarkable year for his South Africa’s Professional Soccer League (PSL) by winning the Player of Quarter Award.
Ng’ambi capped his brilliant performance of the season by scoring six goals for his club Platinum Stars who were hot league contenders.
Platinum settled for second position this season just a point shy of champions Kaizer Chiefs.
The club also won team of the quarter to pocket R1.5 million.
Former South Africa’s Bafana Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane was named coach of the quarter.
Another Malawian player Limbikani Mzava also won PSL Young Player of season for the club
Mzava, who pocketed R20,000 for the achievement.
His fellow defender Thabo Nthethe won the overal Player of the seaon award for the Blomfontein Celtic to grab R60,000 (K1.2 million).
John Aruwah won Players’ Player of the Season for the club and won R45,000 (K1.8 million), Sipho Nyafudza bagged Youth Development Player of the Season award while Masowele Mendu Mohapi won Celtic Ladies Player of the Season.
Flames experienced striker Esau Kanyenda also shared the exploits after his team Polokwane, formerly Bay United won an automatic qualification to the PSL from Nationa First Division.
Kanyenda contributed the campaign with 10 goals just four short of the joint Golden Boot Award winners four behind Nkosinathi Mthiyane and Lesvin Stoffels of Milano, who share the Golden Boot award.
The Black Mamba, as he is fondly called, has been recalled for the Flames friendly game against Zimbabawe on Saturday at Kamuzu Stadium.
But has been another story for Flames defender Harry Nyirenda, whose team Black Leopards seemingly swapped places with Kanyenda’s Polokwane after being relegated in the PSL.
Black Leopards where Flames captain Peter Mponda and Ng’ambi once played for finished bottom of the 16-team log table.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :