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SPL 2018-2019 awards: Hamdalla, Pedro, Kino, Al-Mfarg are the best



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Saudi Professional League Association crowned Al-Nasr's Moroccan striker Abdel Razik Hamdalla the best player award in Prince Mohamed Bin Salman Cup League for Professionals for 2018-2019 season.
Abdel Razik Hamdalla added the golden boot to his feats, courtesy of scoring 34 goals over the season.
For his part, Al-Taween coach Pedro Emanuel picked up the best coach award.
Al-Taween's Meteb Al-Mfarg won the best promising player award.
Mohamed Kino from Al-Hilal won the best Saudi player award.
Al-Shabab goalkeeper Farouk Bin Mostafa picked up the golden glove award for the best keeper in the season.
The ceremony was held at one of the hotels of the Saudi capital Riyadh, as it witnessed the attendance of Mosaali AL Moaamer the president of Saudi Professional League Association, executive director Abdul Aziz Al-Hemedi, Saudi Arabian Football Federation president, Loai Al-Sebaie in addition to a number of Saudi sports prominent figures and former Saudi players.
Hamdalla was handed the golden boot by Al-Nasr legend Majid Abdalla, while SPL Association president Mosalai AL Moamaer handed him the best best player award.
Al-Shabab legend Fouad Anwar presented the best Saudi player award to Al-Hilal's Mohamed Kino, while Pedro Manuel was presented the best coach award by SAFF president.
Veteran coach Mohamed Al-Kharashi presented the best promising player award to Al-Taween's Meteb Al-Mfarg, while Bin Mostafa was presented the golden glove award by Al-Hilal former keeper Mohamed Al-Deayea.
It must be noted that, this is the first edition of the best awards of the season presented by SPL Association as every winner gets SAR 100 thousands in addition to a honorary shield.