CAF Announces Nominees For African Player Of The Year Award

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2015 CAF Player of The year shortlist

The Confederation Africaine de Football (CAF) on Thursday, 6 November 2014 announced the nominees for the 2014 African Player of the Year and the 2014 African Player of the Year (Based in Africa).

Twenty-five (25) players have been nominated for the topmost Player of the Year, and 20 for the Player of the Year (Based in Africa) category. Ahmed Musa who plays for CSKA Moscow, Vincent Enyeama who plays for Lille and Ejike Uzoenyi who plays for Enugu Rangers are the Nigerians on the list.

Below is the full list

African Player of the Year

1.    Ahmed Musa            (Nigeria, CSKA Moscow)

2.    Asamoah Gyan         (Ghana, Al Ain)

3.    Dame N’doye           (Senegal, Lokomotiv Moscow)

4.    Emmanuel Adebayor (Togo, Tottenham)

5.    Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting   (Cameroon, Schalke 04)

6.    Fakhreddine Ben Youssef     (Tunisia, CS Sfaxien)

7.    Ferdjani Sassi                    (Tunisia, CS Sfaxien)

8.    Yao Kouassi Gervais ‘Gervinho’ (Cote d’Ivoire, AS Roma)

9.    Islam Slimani            (Algeria, Sporting Lisbon)

10. Kwadwo Asamoah     (Ghana, Juventus)

11. Mehdi Benatia           (Morocco, Bayern Munich)

12. Mohamed El Neny     (Egypt, Basel)

13. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon, Borussia Dortmund)

14. Raïs M’Bolhi              (Algeria, Philadelphia Union)

15. Sadio Mané              (Senegal, Southampton)

16. Seydou Kieta            (Mali, As Roma)

17. Sofiane Feghouli       (Algeria, Valencia)

18. Stephane Mbia         (Cameroon,  Sevilla)

19. Thulani Serero          (South Africa, Ajax)

20. Vincent Aboubakar    (Cameroon, Porto)

21. Vincent Enyeama      (Nigeria, Lille)

22. Wilfried Bony            (Cote d’Ivoire, Swansea)

23. Yacine Brahimi         (Algeria, Porto)

24. Yannick Bolasie         (DR Congo, Crystal Palace)

25. Yaya Toure              (Cote d’Ivoire, Man City)

 

African Player of the Year (Based in Africa)

1.    Amr Gamal              (Egypt, Al Ahly)

2.    Abdelrahman Fetori   (Libya, Ahly Benghazi)

3.    Bernard Parker        (South Africa, Kaizer Chiefs)

4.    Bongani Ndulula        (South Africa, Amazulu)

5.    Akram Djahnit          (Algeria, ES Setif)

6.    Ejike Uzoenyi            (Nigeria, Enugu Rangers)

7.    El Hedi Belamieri       (Algeria, ES Setif)

8.    Fakhereddine Ben Youssef   (Tunisia, CS Sfaxien)

9.    Ferdjani Sassi                    (Tunisia, CS Sfaxien)

10. Firmin Mubel Ndombe          (DR Congo, AS Vita)

11. Geoffrey Massa                  (Uganda, Pretoria University)

12. Jean Kasusula                     (DR Congo, TP Mazembe)

13. Kader Bidimbou                  (Congo, AC Leopards)

14. Lema Mabidi                       (DR Congo, As Vita)

15. Mudathir Al Taieb                (Sudan, Al Hilal)

16. Roger Assalé                     (Cote d’Ivoire, Sewe Sport)

17. Senzo Meyiwa                    (South Africa, Orlando Pirates)

18. Solomon Asante                 (Ghana, TP Mazembe)

19. Souleymane Moussa            (Cameroon, Coton Sport)

20. Yunus Sentamu                  (Uganda, AS Vita)

 

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