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Sultan Ahamd, Ahmad Rithauddeen to receive AFF awards

UPDATE 4.16pm: Received a phone call saying two names were 'missing' from the original list sent out in the AFF Best XI
Left back: Theerathon Bunmathan (THA)
Centre Midfield - Safiq Rahim (MAS)

Looks like we do have ONE Malaysian on the Best XI list.

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Two Malaysians - FA of Malaysia (FAM) president Sultan Ahmad Shah and Ahmad Rithauddeen are the recepients of the Asean Goodwill Award and the Life Service Award respectively which will be given out during the inaugural AFF Awards on April 3.

Meanwhile, Sabri Mat Daud and Widiya Habibah Shamsuri were nominated for the best asisstant referees of the year (men and women's categories respectively).

National coach K.Rajagobal is in the running for the Best Coach of the Year award while the Harimau Malaya squad were nominated for the Best Team of the Year Award.

No Malaysian footballer were listed as AFF Best XI.

Here is the list of recipients and nominees

1) AFF Life Service Award
Awarded by the selection committee based on the body of work of the individual
Recipient: H.E. Tengku Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Ahmad Rithauddeen

2) ASEAN Goodwill Award
Awarded for outstanding acts and gestures of goodwill and fair play through football
Recipient: H.R.H. Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta'in Billah Ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Abu Bakar (pic)

3) AFF Best XI
Awarded by the technical study group based on performances in the AFF Suzuki Cup 2012

Recipients:
Goalkeeper             : Kawin Thamsatchanan (THA)
Right Back             : Nguyen Minh Duc (VIE)
Centre Back           : Baihakki Khaizan (SIN)
Left Back               : Panupong Wongsa (THA)
Right Midfield       : Kyi Lin (MYA)
Centre Midfield     : Mustafic Fahrudin (SIN)
Left Midfield         : Anucha Kitpongsri (THA)
Striker                   : Mohd Shahril Ishak (SIN)
Striker                   : Teerasil Dangda (THA)

4) Best Goal in the AFF Suzuki Cup 2012
Recipient: Teerasil Dangda – Jersey No. 10 (THA)- AFF Suzuki Cup 2012
Semi Final 1 (1st Leg) 09 Dec 2012 - Malaysia vs Thailand

5) AFF Futsal Team of the Year
Awarded to an ASEAN Team with the most outstanding performance at AFF, AFC and FIFA Futsal Competitions
Recipient: Thailand

6) AFF Association of the Year
Awarded to the Member Association who has led development activities at the AFF, AFC or FIFA level with unparalleled professionalism. Execution of AFF activities including competitions, courses and council meetings were carried out with competence and proficiency.
Nominees:
All Member Associations

7) AFF Referee of the Year (Men)
Awarded to the ASEAN Referee who has performed consistently at an outstanding level in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions.
Nominees:
·         Abdul Malik Abdul Bashir (SIN)
·         Chaiya Alee Mahapab (THA)

8) AFF Referee of the Year (Women)
Awarded to the ASEAN Referee who has performed consistently at an outstanding level in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions.
Nominees:
·         Abirami Apbai Naidu (SIN)
·         Pannipar Kamnueng (THA)

9) AFF Assistant Referee of the Year (Men)
Awarded to an ASEAN Assistant Referee who has performed consistently at an outstanding level in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions
Nominees:
·         Mohd Sabri Mat Daud (MAS)
·         Jeffrey Goh Gek Pheng (SIN)
·         Tang Yew Mun (SIN)

10) AFF Assistant Referee of the Year (Women)
Awarded to an ASEAN Assistant Referee who has performed consistently at an outstanding level in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions

Nominees:
·         Widiya Habibah Shamsuri (MAS)
·         Praphaiphit Tarik (THA)

11) AFF Player of the Year (Men)
Awarded to an ASEAN Player who has performed outstandingly in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions in 2012
Nominees:
·         Teerasil Dangda (THA)
·         Mohd. Shahril Ishak (SIN)
·         Emelio Asada Caligdong (PHI)
·         Kyi Lin (MYA)

12) AFF Player of the Year (Women)
Awarded to an ASEAN Player who has performed outstandingly in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions in 2012
Nominees:
·         Junpen Seesraum (THA)
·         Dang Thi Kieu Trinh (VIE)
·         San San Maw (MYA)

13) AFF Youth Player of the Year
Awarded to an ASEAN Youth Player who has performed outstandingly in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions in 2012
Nominees:
·         Chanathip Songkrasin (THA)
·         Nguyen Van Quyet (VIE)
·         Keoviengphet Liththideth (LAO)

14) AFF Futsal Player of the Year
Awarded to an ASEAN Futsal Player who has performed outstandingly in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions in 2012
Nominees:
·         Suphawut Thuenklang (THA)
·         Nguyen Bao Quan (VIE)
·         Pyae Phyo Aung (MYA)

15) AFF Coach of the Year (Men's Team)
Awarded to a National Team Coach who has performed outstandingly in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions in 2012
Nominees:
·         Radojko Avramovic (SIN)
·         Winfried Anton Schafer (THA)
·         Hans Micheal Weiss (PHI)
·         Rajagobal R. Krishnasamy (MAS)

16) AFF Coach of the Year (Women's Team)
Awarded to a National Team Coach who has performed outstandingly in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions in 2012
Nominees:
·         Chen Yun Fa (VIE)
·         Kumada Yoshinori (MYA)
·         Han Wong Chol (LAO)

17) AFF National Team of the Year (Men)
Awarded to a National Team who has performed outstandingly in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions in 2012
Nominees:
·         Singapore
·         Thailand
·         Philippines
·         Malaysia

18)AFF National Team of the Year (Women)
Awarded to a National Team who has performed outstandingly in AFF, AFC and/or FIFA competitions in 2012
Nominees:
·         Vietnam
·         Myanmar
·         Thailand
·         Laos

HD says: All the best

Comments

  1. I think Mahali should be the best right back. Where were the Vietnam during semi ? Also did AFF best 11 got one centre midfield red carded?
    Rozaimi should get a nomination for best youth. Rest no comment.


    Yan

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  2. I certainly dont agree with Safiq in the list of nominees. It should be Mahali and Sharul idlan

    Pak Nik

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  3. Football Fan BuddiMarch 28, 2013 at 9:04 PM

    Ha Ha! We cant win anything in AFC awards. So we create AFF awards where we CAN win something! Hopefully we can win 1 or 2 awards.

    ReplyDelete

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