The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced the nominations for the 2006 WorldHockey Men’s Player of the Year awards.
The nominations are as follows:
2006 WorldHockey Men’s Player of the Year
Pol AMAT (ESP)
Ryan ARCHIBALD (NZL)
Philipp CRONE (GER)
Teun DE NOOIJER (NED)
Jeroen DELMEE (NED)
Brent LIVERMORE (AUS)
Yong Bae KIM (KOR)
Stephen MOWLAM (AUS)
2006 WorldHockey Men’s Young Player of the Year
(under 23 age limit, as of 1 January 2006)
Shakeel ABBASI (PAK)
David ALEGRE (ESP)
Santi FREIXA (ESP)
Mark KNOWLES (AUS)
Robert VAN DER HORST (NED)
Christopher ZELLER (GER)
Nominations were decided by a survey of World Cup coaches and international media representatives.
The award winners will be determined by a ballot of players and coaches from the 12 competing teams at the BDO Hockey World Cup currently being held in
The awards will be presented by IOC President Jacques Rogge and FIH President Els van Breda Vriesman during half time of the 7th place playoff (approx 15:40) at the BDO Hockey World Cup this Saturday, 16 September.
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