It was a good night on Sunday for Joseph Ndo at the 27th PFAI Awards in association with the Irish Daily Mirror, in a packed Burlington Hotel.The Shelbourne and former Cameroon International became the first foreign player to win the coveted Players Player Award. In front of more than three hundred players and officials including guest of honour Denis Irwin and Irish International manager Steve Staunton, Ndo thanked his team mates and paid tribute to his manager Pat Fenlon.Other winners were Kevin Deery, Derry City who scooped the young player award, Dundalk’s Philip Hughes won the First Division player and the PFAI merit award went to League of Ireland legend Dermot Keely.Ndo has established himself in the first team with Shelbourne in 2005 following his sign up has dazzled fans time and again with his fancy footwork and has risen above racist taunts at Steau Bucharest and in the course of the Setanta Cup to become PFAI Player of the Year.http://www.theredcard.ie/news/2006/03/on-pitch-action-against-racism.htmlhttp://www.theredcard.ie/news/2006/04/steau-fail-in-appeal-over-racist-abuse.html
Ndo does it- Players Player of the Year
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