MTN FA Cup final hero, Moro Ibrahim has been nominated for the most valuable player award of the competition.
This follows Monday’s announcement of the award categories for the 2011/2012 MTN FA Cup Awards on Friday, September 14.
The New Edubiase player who scored the only goal in the final against AshantiGold to hand his side their first Cup success however faces competition from teammate Abeiku Ainooson and the Miners’ Didier Kore.
Despite Moro’s goal deciding the finals, his winner from a freekick was not selected for goal of the tournament.
Ishmeal Obodai (King Solomon), Uriah Asante (Hearts Of Oak), Godbless Asante (Wassaman), Moro Inrahim (New Edubiase) and Prince Atakora Gyimah (Hearts Of Oak) will be vying for the goal of the competition.
Anthony Commey who led Edubiase to win the Cup has been nominated for the Coach of the tournament award alongside AshantiGol’s Yaw Acheampong.
Best goal of the tournament
King Solomon V. Zaytuna Fc – Ishmeal Obodai (King Solomon)
Hearts Of Oak V. Dunkwa Utd – Uriah Asante (Hearts Of Oak)
Wassaman Utd V. Tema Youth – Godbless Asante (Wassaman)
Danbort V. New Edubiase Utd – Moro Inrahim (New Edubiase)
Ashgold Sc V. Hearts Of Oak – Prince Atakora Gyimah (Hearts Of Oak)
Most Valuable Player of the tournament
Moro Ibrahim – Edubiase Utd
Didie Kore – AshantiGold
Samuel Abeiku Ainooson – Edubiase Utd
Discovery of the tournament
Jordan Mintah – Wassaman Utd
Bernard Ofori – Edubiase Utd
Ebenezer Ofori – Edubiase Utd
Victor Ayire – Amidaus Proff
Ashitey Ollenu – Hearts Of Oak
Defender of the tournament
Lawrence Lartey – AshantiGold
Abeiku Ainooson – Edubiase Utd
Henry Enchil – AshantiGold
Goalkeeper of the tournament
Iddrisa Salia – Edubiase Utd
Fatau Dauda – AshantiGold
Top scorer of the tournament
Daniel Awuni – Danbort FC
Coach of the tournament
Yaw Acheampong – AshantiGold
Anthony Commey – New Edubiase
Abu Yussif – Wassaman Utd
Hans Van de Pylum – Berekum Chelsea
Highest scoring club
Referee of the tournament
Charles Nii Tagoe
Asst. Referee of the tournament