Mohammed Kudus clinches second consecutive Ghana Footballer of the year award

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Mohammed Kudus clinches second consecutive Ghana Footballer of the year award

Black Stars and West Ham midfielder Mohammed Kudus has solidified his legacy in the nation's football history by winning the 2024 Footballer of the Ye

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Black Stars and West Ham midfielder Mohammed Kudus has solidified his legacy in the nation’s football history by winning the 2024 Footballer of the Year award at the Ghana Football Awards.

This accolade marks the second year in a row that Kudus has earned this prestigious honor.

The West Ham United star faced formidable competition from fellow Ghanaians Abdul Fatawu Issahaku of Leicester City, Osman Bukari of Crvena Zvezda, and Inaki Williams of Athletic Bilbao. Despite the tough contest, Kudus emerged victorious.

Kudus’s 2023/24 season with the Hammers was exceptional. In his debut season, he netted 14 goals and provided 6 assists across 45 appearances. His influence was also felt on the European stage, where he scored an additional 5 goals, helping West Ham reach the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals.

Full List of Award Winners:

– Footballer of the Year: Mohammed Kudus (West Ham United)
– Women’s Footballer of the Year: Jennifer Kankam Yeboah (ZED FC, Egypt)
– Men’s Coach of the Year: Nurudeen Amadu (FC Samartex)
– Women’s Coach of the Year: Yussif Basigi (Hasaacas Ladies/Black Princesses)
– Odartey Lamptey Future Star Award: Abdul Aziz Issah (Dreams FC)
– Goalkeeper of the Year: Kofi Baah (FC Samartex)
– Home-based Footballer of the Year (Male): Emmanuel Keyekeh (FC Samartex)
– Home-based Footballer of the Year (Female): Abdulai Mukarama (Hasaacas Ladies)
– Goal of the Year: Mohammed Kudus (West Ham United)
– Best Ghanaian Club CEO: Richard Duah Nsenkyire (Samartex)
– Male Team of the Year: FC Samartex
– Female Team of the Year:Hasaacas Ladies
– Most Vibrant Club on Social Media: Dreams FC
– Special Fan(s) of the Year:Casfordians
– Special Awards: The Black Challenge
– Thumbs Up Award:Gold Fields & MTN Ghana
– Living Legend Award: Nana Sam Brew Butler & Adjoa Bayor

Kudus’s remarkable performance throughout the season and his ability to shine on both domestic and international stages have cemented his status as one of Ghana’s top football talents.

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