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2010 African Cup of Nations Best Players

February 1, 2010

The Technical Committee of CAF has released the list of the best eleven players of the 2010 African Cup of Nations.

The list is dominated by Egypt who have as many as 5 players in the first eleven.

First Eleven
Goalkeeper
(1) Essam EL HADARY (EGY)

Defenders
(2) Madjid BOUGHERRA (ALG)
(20) Wael GOMAA (EGY)
(21) MABINA (ANG)

Midfielders
(6) Alexandre SONG (CMR)
(7) Ahmed FATHI (EGY)
(17) Ahmed HASSAN (EGY)
(11) Peter ODEMWINGIE (NGR)

Attackers
(3) Asamoah GYAN (GHA)
(16) FLAVIO (ANG)
(9) Mohamed ZIDAN (EGY)

Substitutes
(22) Richard KINGSON (GHA)
(6) Emmanuel MBOLA (ZAM)
(10) Achille EMANA (CMR)
(10) Kwadwo ASAMOAH (GHA)
(12) Seydou KEITA (MLI)
(15) Karim ZIANI (ALG)
(15) Mohamed Nagy GEDO (EGY)
(13) André AYEW (GHA)
(11) Eric MOULOUNGUI (GAB)
(7) Ogbuke OBASI (NGR)
(7) Jacob MULENGA (ZAM)
(8) Salomon KALOU (CIV)

The Technical committee is made up of Hussein Abdel Moneim, technical director of CAF, Ben Kouffie (Gha), Chief Onigbinde (Ngr), Anthony Baffoe (Gha), Noser Fathy (Egy) and Maalouch Belhassan (Tun).

Source:cafonline.com

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12 Comments leave one →
  1. February 1, 2010 6:52 pm

    Interesting to know you have taken up Journalism as a side carrier, Mawuli. I expected you to end up as a politician, or are you just content with being a social commentator?

    Anyways, keep it up. Perhaps one day, it will be you taking the CNN Journalist of the Year award. Kudos!

  2. mokube dh permalink
    February 10, 2010 3:08 pm

    what can you say about the one time African highest goal scorer Samuel Eto’o

    • Mawuli Sikanku permalink*
      February 11, 2010 8:04 am

      Samuel Eto’o is a superb player. In the qualifiers for the 2010 African Cup/World Cup (from May 31 2007 to Sep 5 2009) he scored an impressive 9 goals in 10 appearances for his country.
      Cameroon were not at their best at Angola 2010(beaten 1-0 by Gabon in the first match and knocked out in the quarterfinals). Eto’o the captain, manage 2 goals out of 4 games. That’s not bad at all giving that the entire team failed to shine. He has another opportunity in the summer World Cup and I’d love to see him at his best. He definitely can score some brilliant goals.

  3. ngwa smith njiwah permalink
    February 18, 2010 5:33 pm

    To me eto should be the best african player of all times please if i can be linked to him i will be happy. i love that player

  4. mubkos permalink
    May 24, 2010 12:51 pm

    To Me I think The Best African player ever is Didier Drogba, he deserved to be legend for all African football platers, lets see how he make Ivory Coast did the world cup.

  5. Ayesu godwin permalink
    November 14, 2010 8:00 pm

    To me asamoah gyan should be the 2010 african best player.He deserve it

  6. Benedict Ugochukwu permalink
    November 27, 2010 2:28 pm

    I think that African best player 2010 should be giving to Peter Odemwingie (NIR)

  7. Tony permalink
    December 12, 2010 3:59 pm

    As far I’m concerned,eto’o is The 2010 best Africa player.after wining the championg league,italia league copa italia.that is why He’s the best. Comperedto drogba that only wine the premiere league and best premiere league scorer.As A.giant,only get to the quater final wish he missed the penalty tha should take Ghana to the semi final and that ghana could be the first African country to get there.

  8. December 15, 2010 10:22 am

    the likes of vincent enyeama and joseph yobo is supposed to be amongst this list, cos they performed excellently in the world cup finals in south africa

  9. Afram Benjamin permalink
    December 25, 2010 8:21 am

    asamoah gyan is the best for ghana to african final and world cup quaterfinals

  10. January 17, 2011 2:54 pm

    Both Didier Drogba and Samuel Eto are my favorite African football players, imagine them playing together upfront frightening

  11. February 24, 2011 8:48 am

    Samuel Eto is the best player for long time,so he is my favorite

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