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ARTHUR Bartman's commitment since he joined Kaizer Chiefs in August paid dividends when the 37-year-old goalkeeper walked away with three major awards at the club's 2009-2010 end of the season function in Midrand.
Bartman was last night named player of the season and pocketed R80000.
The competition was stiff. Bartman beat Reneilwe Letsholonyane and Nkosinathi Nhleko.
Bartman's teammates also voted to honour him with the players' player of the season trophy, worth an additional R25000.
Then came the club's faithful supporters, who voted Bartman as the Chiefs website player of the season. That honour won him a PVR decoder and an iPhone.
Bartman's achievements come hardly a week after he won the Telkom Knockout player of the tournament award for helping his club win the competition in April.
"It's incredible, a great honour and I want to thank everybody who voted for me," said Bartman, who did well for Chiefs in the absence of Itumeleng Khune.
Khune has been in various local and overseas training camps since the beginning of the year with Bafana Bafana, preparing for the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
Burly striker Nkosinathi Nhleko received the fair play award, worth R10000, while Siphiwe Tshabalala was voted Amakhosi Magazine readers' choice player of the season.
That award carried R10000.
As expected Zimbabwean Knowledge Musona took the top goal scorer award and a cash prize of R30000.
He also won the discovery of the season award, worth a further R20000.
Mandla Masango was named the most improved player and received R15000 while Chiefs skipper Jimmy Tau was named the best dressed player of the season.
Chiefs chairperson Kaizer Motaung honoured Vusi "Computer" Lamola, Arthur "10111" Zwane, Joseph "Banks" Setlhodi, Michael "Bizzah" Dlamini, Petrus "Ten Ten" Nzimande and Thami Myaluza for their contribution to the club.