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Nominees For All CAF 2017 Awards




African Player of the Year & Player of the Year 

Mohamed Salah (Egypt & Liverpool) 
Bertrand Traore (Burkina Faso & Olympique Lyon)  
Denis Onyango (Uganda & Mamelodi Sundowns) 
Karim El Ahmadi (Morocco & Feyenoord) 
Keita Balde (Senegal & Monaco) 
Naby Keita (Guinea & RB Leipzig) 
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon & Borrusia Dortmund) 
Sadio Mane (Senegal & Liverpool) 
Victor Moses (Nigeria & Chelsea) 
Vincent Aboubakar (Cameroon & Porto)  
Yacine Brahimi (Algeria & Porto) 

 
African Player of the Year & Player of the Year (Based in Africa)
 
Achraf Bencharki (Morocco and Wydad Athletic Club)  
Ahmed Fathi (Egypt and Al Ahly) 
Ali Maaloul (Tunisia and Al Ahly)  
Aristide Bance (Burkina Faso and El Masry) 
Ben Malango (DR Congo and TP Mazembe)  
Denis Onyango (Uganda and Mamelodi Sundowns) 
Jeremy Brockie (New Zealand and Supersport)  
Mohamed Ounnajem (Morocco and Wydad Athletic Club) 
Taha Yassine Khenisssi (Tunisia and Esperance)  
Junior Ajayi (Nigeria and Al Ahly)

Women’s Player of the Year

Asisat Oshoala (Nigeria & Dalian Quanjian) 
Chrestina Kgatlana (South Africa & UWC Ladies) 
Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene(Cameroon & CSKA Moscow) 
Rutendo Makore (Zimbabwe & Black Rhinos) 
Tabitha Chawinga (Malawi & Kvarnsvedens) 
 

Women’s National Team of the Year 

Ghana U-20 
Kenya 
Nigeria U-20 
South Africa 
Zimbabwe 
 

Coach of the Year 

Gernot Rohr (Nigeria) 
Hector Cuper (Egypt) 
Hugo Broos (Cameroon) 
L'Hussein Amoutta (Wydad Athletic Club) 
Mihayo Kazembe (TP Mazembe) 
 

National Team of the Year 

Cameroon 
Egypt 
Mali U-17 
Nigeria 
Zambia U-20 
 

Club of the Year 

Al Ahly 
Mbabane Swallows 
SuperSport United 
TP Mazembe 
Wydad Athletic Club 
 

Youth Player of the Year 

Eric Ayiah (Ghana & Charity Stars) 
Krepin Diatta (Senegal &Sarpsborg) 
Luther Singh (South Africa & Braga) 
Patson Daka (Zambia & Liefering) 
Salam Giddou (Mali & Guidars) 

 
Referee of the Year 

Bamlak Tessema (Ethiopia) 
Ghead Grisha (Egypt) 
Janny Sikazwe (Zambia) 
Malang Diedhiou (Senegal) 
Mehdi Abid Charef (Algeria) 
Papa Bakary Gassama (Gambia)


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