Mo Simba awards set for next month 

01May 2019
Joseph Mchekadona
DAR ES SALAAM
The Guardian
Mo Simba awards set for next month 

THE second edition of Simba SC awards, dubbed Mo Simba awards, will be held at the end of the 2018/19 Mainland Premier League season, the outfit disclosed yesterday.

The awards aims at rewarding the club’s players and supporters who have been outstanding during the 2018/2019 season and the function will be held at a venue and date to be announced later.

In a press release, Simba said the awards will have 11 categories which are best player of the season, best goal, striker, defender and midfielder of the season.

The red carpet function will also recognize the best goalkeeper, young player, best female player and best team supporters and a person who motivated many people to follow and love the team using social media and hall of fame honour.

The team said the awardees would be selected by the team’s supporters through voting and judges will select the final winners.

Mohammed Dewji who is the club’s investor, was quoted as saying the event is aimed at honoring and recognizing people who contributed a lot to the team’s success this season.

The Msimbazi Street side has managed to reach the quarterfinals of the 2018/19 CAF Champions League.

He said to reach this far many people contributed a lot but the outfit cannot award all people hence the decision to only selecting a few.

Dewji also promised improved red carpet event than that of the last time, saying this time they have prepared well so that even those who will watch at their homes should enjoy the memorable event.

“The 2018/19 season has been very successful to our club and the country football in general, , we reached the quarterfinals of the CAF Champions League, so this year we want to honor those who did their best for the club, this year it will be more improved unlike last time,” he said.

 

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Simba SC’s player Emmanuel Okwi is one of the outfit’s players that were honoured during the last year’s Mo Simba Awards.

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