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FUFA Awards 2019: Nomination course going on

The Federation Of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) has released the nomination process for the 2019 Airtel FUFA Awards.

This is the fifth edition of the annual Airtel sponsored awards are slated to officially be launched in October with the awards slated for early December.

Moses Waiswa (SuperSport United) is the reigning footballer of the year, in the past Farouk Miya (2015), Shaban Mohammed (2016), Muzamir Mutyaba (2017) are the past men winners.

Sandra Nabweteme (2015), Hassifa Nassuna (2016), Fazila Ikwaput (2017) and Ruth Aturo (2018) have won the women’s version.

According to FUFA, the nomination process is carried out by club head coaches, team captains and Member Associations of FUFA and the nominated names will be signed and submitted to the FUFA Awards Technical Committee.

Each of the technical experts has to nominate five names and these acquire five, four, three, two and one in points from the first to the fifth respectively.

The five finalists will be ranked basing on points gathered during the nomination process which is on until Monday September 30th 2019.

Moses Waisswa and Ruth Aturo won MVP Male and MVP Female players of the year the 2018 respectively.

The awards categories

Category 1:  Airtel FUFA Male Player of the Year 2019

This category is voted for by the Head Coaches and Captains of the 16 clubs playing in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL). The coaches and Captains are required to nominate a list of five (5) players (in order of priority) based on their performance.  Each coach and captain will fill in separate forms during the nomination process.

Category 2:  Airtel FUFA Female Player of the Year 2019

This category is voted for by the Head Coaches and Captains of the 16 clubs playing in the FUFA Women Elite League (FWEL). The coaches and Captains are required to nominate a list of five (5) players (in order of priority) based on their performance.  Each coach and captain will fill in separate forms during the nomination process.

Category 3: Airtel FUFA Male Coach of the Year 2019

This category is voted for by the members of the Uganda Football Coaches Association (UFCA). UFCA Executive is required to appoint ten (10) senior coaches that shall nominate a list of five (5) Coaches (in order of priority) from both SUPL and FBL based on their performance. UFCA generates a list of the appointed ten (10) senior Coaches and submits it to the FUFA Awards Technical Committee.

Category 4: Airtel FUFA Women Football Coach of the Year 2019

This category is voted for by the members of the Uganda Football Coaches Association (UFCA).

UFCA Executive is required to appoint five (5) senior coaches in women football that shall nominate a list of five (5) Coaches (in order of priority) based on their performance in FUFA sanctioned competitions. UFCA generates a list of the appointed five (5) senior Coaches and submits it to the FUFA Awards Technical Committee.

Category 5: Airtel FUFA Upcoming Talent Award 2019

This category is voted for by the Head Coaches of the 16 clubs playing in the FUFA Juniors League (FJL). A Coach is required to nominate a list of five (5) players (in order of priority) based on their performance.

Category 6: Airtel FUFA Beach Soccer Player of the Year 2019

This category is voted for by the Head Coaches of the 16 clubs playing in the Uganda men’s Beach Soccer League. A coach is required to nominate a list of five (5) players (in order of priority) based on their performance.

Category 7: Airtel FUFA Best XI 2019 (Male Category)

This category is voted for by the Uganda Football Players Association (UFPA). UFPA is required to nominate a list of eleven (11) players based on their performance. Players eligible for this category are those featuring in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League and the FUFA Big League.

Category 8: Airtel FUFA  Best XI  2019 (Female Category)

This category is voted for by the Head Coaches of the 16 clubs playing in the FUFA Women Elite League (FWEL). A coach is required to nominate a list of eleven (11) players based on their performance.

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