The Ghana Premier League (GPL) has witnessed stellar performances, and the competition for the coveted NASCO Player of the Month for November is heating up, with four outstanding players making the shortlist for their exemplary contributions to their respective clubs.
Aduana FC forward Isaac Mintah headlines the nominees, showcasing his goal-scoring prowess with an impressive tally of 4 goals in 4 matches during November. Mintah’s stellar performances also earned him 2 NASCO Player of the Match awards, solidifying his impact on the pitch. Notably, he continues to ride the wave of success after clinching the Player of the Month title for October.
Hamza Issah of Hearts of Oak emerges as another strong contender, having netted 4 goals in 6 matches for his club last month. The former Auroras forward’s scoring exploits contribute significantly to Hearts of Oak’s success, making him a crucial asset to the team.
Augustine Okrah, the forward from Bechem United, secured his spot among the nominees with an impressive record of three goals in three matches, coupled with three NASCO Player of the Month awards. Okrah’s consistent excellence has not gone unnoticed, making him a formidable contender for the accolade.
Razak Simpson of Nation’s FC completes the quartet, having scored 1 goal and earned Player of the Match honors twice in the month of November. Simpson’s impactful contributions to his team’s performances showcase his versatility and effectiveness on the field.
The ultimate winner of the NASCO Player of the Month will be rewarded with a 43-inch NASCO television from ElectroLand Ghana Limited, adding an extra layer of significance to the accolade. This recognition not only celebrates individual brilliance but also acknowledges the crucial role these players play in elevating the standard of play in the GPL.
As the football community eagerly awaits the announcement of the November winner, the NASCO Player of the Month remains a testament to the skill, dedication, and impact these players bring to the pitch, contributing to the vibrancy and excitement of Ghanaian football.