Accolades Keep Coming For Grant

Sydney FC utility man Rhyan Grant has received another award after some sterling A-League performances in the last few months.

Sydney FC utility man Rhyan Grant has received another award after some sterling A-League performances in the last few months.

The 21-year old has been presented with a certificate of congratulations and a branded hoody from the International College of Management Sydney , in recognition of his nomination for the NAB Young Player of the Year award.

“It-s quite an honour and a very nice gesture from them,” said the Bathurst born defender.

“They are very genuine people, they-ve got a very nice building and some great programs, especially in sport.

“I-m very privileged to be a part of their team and I-m very happy to have a little affiliation. It-s a good day.”

The Managing Director of the ICMS Frank Prestipino was delighted to present the awards to Rhyan at the college's headquarters in Manly, and wished him well for the remainder of the season.

“All of the best to Rhyan for his future. He-s now part of the family and part of the team, our doors are always open to him,” he said.

“He has a lot of fans here now so we are going to be looking out for him at the college and we-d love to see more of him.”

ICMS has established itself as a global leader in management education. ICMS offers Diplomas as well as Associate and Bachelor Degree programs in the areas of Hospitality, Events, Tourism, Sport and Property.

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