PSL reveals prize money allocation for winners of annual PSL Awards

PSL reveals prize money allocation for winners of annual PSL Awards

- The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has announced the prize money which will be awarded to the winners at the annual PSL Awards Ceremony

- There will be a total of 16 prizes on offer for players, coaching staff and match officials

- The player of the season will get the biggest prize of R250 000

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The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has revealed the prize money associated with each of the awards at the annual PSL Awards ceremony. The ceremony is scheduled to be held at the Sandton Convention Centre on Tuesday night.

There will be 16 prizes on offer at the glittering ceremony which will honour players, coaching staff and match officials.

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The top award is the PSL footballer of the season and the winner will walk away with the biggest cash prize of the night at R250 000.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Mamelodi Sundowns duo of Percy Tau and Hlompho Kekana, as well as Maritzburg United’s Siphesihle Ndlovu, are candidates for the biggest prize of the night. Tau is currently the favourite to win the award.

KickOff.co.za reported that Tau is also guaranteed to share the top goalscorer award with Polokwane City’s Rodney Ramagalela. The Sundowns star is also in the running for the player’s player of the year award and will once again come up against Ndlovu and also Orlando Pirates’ Musa Nyatama.

Prize money for each award is as follow:

PSL

Footballer of the Season – R250 000

Players’ Player of the Season – R200 000

Coach of the Season – R75 000

Goalkeeper of the Season – R50 000

Defender of the Season – R50 000

Midfielder of the Season – R50 000

Young Player of the Season – R50 000

Goal of the Season – R50 000

Top Goalscorer of the Season – R25 000

MTN8

Last Man Standing – R80 000

Telkom Knockout

Player of the Tournament – R200 000

Nedbank Cup

Most Promising Player of the Tournament – R50 000

Player of the Tournament R150 000

National First Division

Top Goalscorer of the Season – R50 000

Match officials

Referee of the Season – R50 000

Assistant Referee of the Season – R40 000

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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