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Ghana Premier League: GFA announces Nominees for Coach of the Month Award for February-March

The Ghana Football Association has announced nominees for NASCO Coach of the Month Award for February-March 2024.

Four top-flight coaches received nominations after guiding their respective teams to impressive performances during the period.

Kassim Mingle Ocansey of Nations FC made the short list after inspiring his team to four victories, one defeat, and one draw in six games. In the previous two months, Nations FC has also scored seven goals and given up two.

Aboubakar Ouattara of Hearts of Oak, who led his side to three wins out of six matches played, has also been nominated for the award. His side drew twice and lost one match between February and March.

Accra Hearts of Oak SC scored a total of 11 goals and conceded 7 goals within the period.

Other nominees include Coach Stephen Frimpong Manso of the Bibiani Gold Stars, who managed the Western region-based club to secure three wins after six matches played. His side lost 1 match and drew 2, scoring a total of 12 goals with 7 goals conceded within the period.

Also on the shortlist is Tanko Ibrahim of the Accra Lions, whose side won three out of five matches, drew one, and lost one match. Lions scored nine goals and conceded three goals within the months of February and March.

The winner takes home a 43-inch NASCO television set from Electro Land Ghana Limited.

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