Mohammed Kudus Wins Footballer Of The Year For The Second Consecutive Year At The 2024 Ghana Football Awards

Mohammed Kudus, the hero of West Ham United, was chosen the Footballer of the Year on June 29, 2024, and went on to win the ultimate honor at the 2024 Ghana Football Awards.

Kudus won the award for a second year in a row at the Accra International Conference Centre, defeating rivals such former Red Star Belgrade attacker Osman Bukari, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku of Leicester City, and Inaki Williams of Athletic Bilbao.

The 23-year-old shared the stage with Issahaku after accepting the trophy, saying in his acceptance speech that the goal of the next generation of Ghanaian football players is to foster great team chemistry.

One of my goals as a member of the younger generation is to spread love among us,’ he remarked.

After winning award of the Year for his goal against Freiburg, he went home with the Footballer of the Year honor, his second honor of the evening.

With 45 appearances across all competitions, the West Ham United player recorded an incredible debut season at his new club, tallying 14 goals and dishing out 6 assists.

After Thomas Partey, he is now the second player to have won Footballer of the Year twice.

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