Posted by: stgeorgesfc | July 6, 2010

Ahbarijiet dwar l-Ewwel Divizjoni ingenerali


> Two new signings for Mqabba FC

First Division side Mqabba FC signed two players; James Shead and John Debattista; on a one-year loan. James Shead joins the club from Tarxien Rainbows where he was a member of the Premier League squad last season. Debattista joins the club from Hamrun Spartans after spending the last part of last season, also on loan with Mqabba.

> Kenneth Scicluna Joins Mosta FC

> Clifton Ciantar Joins Balzan Youths

> Simon Shead Joins Mosta

Mosta secured the services of striker Simon Shead on a one-year loan from Tarxien Rainbows. The Blues won the race for the prolific striker after several clubs expressed their interest in signing him. Shead is a most established scorer in Division 1, scoring 15 goals last season for Balzan Youths in the BOV First Division. The previous year, he scored another 15 goals for Pieta Hotspurs.

> Robert Magro appointed new Dingli coach

First Division side Dingli Swallows F.C. had appointed Mr Robert Magro as coach for their senior side. Magro replaces Jesmond Zammit who is now the team manager of Valletta FC. The club is currently in negotiations with a number of players in its bid to strengthen the squad.

> Winners of Best Players Awards announced

The winners of the Best Players Awards were announced during the meeting of the Council of the Malta Football Association which was held on Thursday. The Best Players for the First, Second and Third Division, Youth League, Woman’s League and Futsal League were announced. However the winner of the MFA Footballer of the Year Award will only be announced during the MFA Annual Honours Ceremony which will be held on July 16.

Martin Deanov (Marsaxlokk) was voted Best First Division Player ahead of Beppe Muscat (Vittoriosa Stars) and Simon Shead (Balzan Youths). Julian Galea (Melita) placed fourth and Sergio Hili (San Gwann) fifth.

Meanwhile the winners of the Fair Play Awards were also announced on Thursday. The winners of the various sections were:

First Division: 1. Marsaxlokk, 2. Mosta, 3. Mqabba.

– maltafootball.com

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