According to poll results, other bests include the following: best club president, Hakim Jamal, who heads Handren club; best sports personality, Tariq Abdulrahman, who heads Brusk FC; best coach, Abdulsamad Jawhar, who trains Handren FC; best player, Kosrat Bayz who plays for Erbil FC; best referee, Muhammad Hussein; best sports correspondent, Saman Suleiman, Kurdistan satellite channel correspondent; best sports analyst, Arsalan Abdullah, who writes for "Hawler.
What does KURDSAT stand for?
KURDSAT stands for Kurdistan Satellite
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- Keystone University Research Corporation (now KeyStone Research Corporation; Erie, PA)
- Kagoshima University Research Center for the Pacific Islands (Japan)
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- Kimballton Underground Research Facility (Virginia)
- Kent Underground Research Group (UK; est. 1981)
- Kinki University Research Institute of Fundamental Technology for Next Generation (Japan)
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Sabir, who is the also the economics consultant for the Gali Kurdistan satellite channel, said he preferred Kurdish names nonetheless, and that economic gain shouldn't be chosen over the preservation of Kurdish culture.
According the poll announcement, other results include the following: best club president, Hakim Jamal, who heads Handren club; best coach, Abdullah Mahmud, who trains Kirkuk FC; best player, Dildar Ibrahim, who plays for Erbil FC; best TV channel for broadcasting local sports activities, Zagros satellite channel; best TV channel for broadcasting outside sports activities, Aso sport TV channel; best sports correspondent, Saman Suleman, Kurdistan satellite channel correspondent; best TV channel for having the most spectators while transmitting football league, Qellat TV channel; best sports journalist, Arsalan Abdullah, who writes for "Hawler.