R1.4 million up for grabs at PSL Awards

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Mamelodi Sundowns dominate the nominations after winning the league championship, the Telkom Knockout and the Nedbank Cup. Picture: Samuel Shivambu / BackpagePix
Mamelodi Sundowns dominate the nominations after winning the league championship, the Telkom Knockout and the Nedbank Cup. Picture: Samuel Shivambu / BackpagePix

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A total of R1.4 million in prize money will be up for grabs at the PSL Awards, which will take place virtually on Thursday due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Players and officials have been nominated in 16 categories, and the winner of the footballer of the season gong will walk away with the biggest slice of the pie – R250 000.

Themba Zwane, Gastón Sirino, Peter Shalulile and Samir Nurkovic have been nominated in this category.

Either Zwane, Hlompho Kekana or Lebogang Manyama will win the player’s player of the season award of R200 000.

Mamelodi Sundowns dominate the nominations after winning the league championship, the Telkom Knockout and the Nedbank Cup.

CATEGORIES AND PRIZE MONEY

Footballer of the season: R250 000

Absa Premiership Player’s Player of the Season: R200 000

Absa Premiership Coach of the Season: R75 000

Absa Premiership Goalkeeper of the Season: R50 000

Absa Premiership Defender of the Season: R50 000

Absa Premiership Midfielder of the Season: R50 000

Absa Premiership Young Player of the Season: R50 000

Absa-lutely Awesome Goal of the Season: R50 000

Absa Premiership Top Goal scorer of the Season: R50 000

MTN8 Last Man Standing: R80 000

Telkom Knockout Player of the Tournament: R200 000

Nedbank Cup Most Promising Player: R50 000

Nedbank Cup Player of the Tournament: R150 000

GladAfrica Championship Top Goal scorer of the Season: R50 000

Referee of the Season: R50 000

Assistant Referee of the Season: R40 000



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