19 January 2017

Another award ceremony

CONCACAF is the latest region which have crowned its best players for 2016. There were awards for 10 categories, and here are written some of the finest from north America:

Mexican Jesus Corona has been named for scoring the goal of the year against Venezuela. His countryman Eduardo Herrera was second, while in third place came Alexander Larin from El Salvador. Both those goals have been given in club matches.
Amelia Valverde from Costa Rica won female coach of the year award. Jill Ellis, who is the national coach of United States of America (USA) came second and her compatriot who leads under 20 categories Michelle French was voted in third place. From the opposite sex, Oscar Ramirez won the best manager of the year, before two Mexican club coaches: Ricardo Ferretti which is in Tigres UANL and Diego Alonso who trains Pachuca.
Yoselin Franco from Guatemala is voted in third place for the best female goalkeeper. Canadian Stephanie Labbe is runner up and the award belonged to Ashlyn Harris from USA. Another Costa Rican took the honors in the men's category - Keylor Navas, who currently is at deserved holiday from Copa Centroamericana. Alfredo Talavera from Mexico and Argentina's Nahuel Guzman are second and third.
Number three - Crystal Dunn, runner up Tobin Heath and the winner Alex Morgan are top three choice for female player of the year. All three ladies are from USA. However, one player broke the party to become Costa Rica's one-two-three for the male section. Real Madrid's goalkeeper Keylor Navas was voted third. Mexican Hirving Lozano sneaked through in second place while Bryan Ruiz has been awarded with the best male player of 2016. He is also resting from Copa Centroamericana event which is playing in Panama at the moment and his colleagues are doing just fine without the captain.
Other prizes were awarded for: best referee for 2016 (in both male and female), outstanding performance award plus naming the best 11 - for male and female.


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