Themba Zwane completed a clean sweep of PSL awards on Thursday.
The Mamelodi Sundowns star scooped the Absa Footballer of the Season, Players’ Player of the Season as well as the Midfielder of the Season awards.
His former coach, Pitso Mosimane, won the Coach of the Season and also received the Chairman’s Award.
Mosimane, who is now with Egyptian side Al Ahly, delivered the 10th league title for Sundowns.
Mamelodi Sundowns dominated the awards as the Tshwane giants were the big winners during the star-studded virtual ceremony having enjoyed a successful 2019/20 season.
Sundowns won the domestic treble having clinched the PSL title, Telkom Knockout Cup and Nedbank Cup.
Mosimane, who is now in charge of Egyptian giants Al Ahly, also shared the PSL Chairman’s Award with SuperSport United CEO Stan Matthews and SuperSport TV Head of Production Alvin Naicker.
Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana walked away with the PSL Goal of the Season accolade for his strike against Cape Town City in the first round of the 2019/20 season.
Kekana’s new teammate Peter Shaulile received the PSL Golden Boot award which he shared with Orlando Pirates forward Frank Mhango.
The two strikers both netted 16 goals and Shalulile secured a big move from Highlands Park to Masandawana.
Sundowns attacking midfielder Gaston Sirino was named Telkom Knockout Cup Player of the Tournament.
SuperSport United duo of Ronwen Williams and Bradley Grobler walked away with the PSL Goalkeeper of the Season and MTN8 Last Man-Standing accolades respectively.
While, Maritzburg United centre back Rushine De Reuck beat Sundowns defender Motjeka Madisha and Kaizer Chiefs’ Daniel Cardoso to the PSL Defender of the Season award.
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