Talen Vi­sion hon­our out­stand­ing play­ers

Sunday News (Zimbabwe) - - Front Page - Mandla Moyo Sports re­porter

MID­FIELDER Man­dlenkosi Gasela was yes­ter­day named as Talen Vi­sion Player of the Year at an awards cer­e­mony held at Gif­ford High School in Bu­l­awayo.

On this mo­men­tous event the club re­warded a num­ber of its play­ers for their ster­ling work dur­ing the 2018 soc­cer sea­son. Vet­eran foot­ball ad­min­is­tra­tor, Ndu­miso Gumede was the guest of hon­our.

Other awards were the Goal­keeper of the Year which went to Lon­don Zulu, Gray Ku­fan­dada who found the back of the net 11 times dur­ing this sea­son took home the Top Goal scorer gong while Kudzi Dz­ingwe was picked out as the Most Dis­ci­plined Player.

All the age group win­ners in their re­spec­tive cat­e­gories were each given a shield as tes­ti­mony to the ef­fort they put in tak­ing the Talen Vi­sion brand to the next level.

When asked about the tar­get this sea­son and whether they were met or not, Talen Vi­sion chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Juma Phiri said other ar­eas went as planned while oth­ers failed to meet the goals set.

“We partly achieved our ob­jec­tives though we failed to earn the sole ticket into the Pre­mier League, if we can con­tinue from here next year we might make it. I would not like to blame any­one for our dip in form in cer­tain games, hope­fully next year we will re­turn stronger,” said Phiri.

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