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CAF Awards 2023: Oshoala, Nnadozie Make Final Shortlist

Asisat Oshoala and goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie were included in the final shortlist for the 2023 CAF Women’s Player of the Year released on Monday.

CAF announced the nominees via a statement on their official website on Monday.

Oshoala claimed the prestigious award for a record fifth time in 2022.

The Nigerian will be looking to win the award for a record extending sixth time.

Nnadozie also has a decent chance of winning the award for the first time, after impressing for the Super Falcons at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The shot stopper also played a key role in her club Paris FC qualification to the group stage of the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

She is also nominated for the Goalkeeper of the Year.

Also in contention for the Player of the Year are; Thembi Kgatlana (South Africa), Andile Dlamini (South Africa), Ajara Nchout Njoya (Cameroon) and Hilda Magaia (South Africa).

Moroccan trio, Anissa Lahmari, Fatima Tagnaout ,
Ghizlaine Chebbak and Zambia’s Barbara Sanda were also included in the list.

The duo of Esther Ajakaye and Deborah Abiodun made the final shortlist for Women’s Young Player of the Year.

The Super Falcons are in contention for the Team of the Year, while Randy Waldrum is up for the Coach of the Year

The Awards Gala will take place on Monday, 11 December 2023, at the Palais des Congrès, Movenpick, Marrakech, Morocco.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Lol. 3 South Africans in the final shortlist? Obviously, Motsepe wants to hand over Women AFPOTY to his compatriot. When Hayatou assumed the CAF presidency, Cameroun had zero Afcon wins, by the time he left in 2017, Cameroun had won 4 and become a powerhouse on the continent. Motsepe is coming with his own special South Africa agenda and NFF is still sleeping on bicycle wheels, especially with the WCQ. And nah Pinnick help install am.

  • pompei 3 months ago

    Me thinks Nnadozie should get this one.

    • Dr. Drey 3 months ago

      Sorry ehn. This one is going to Thembi Kgatlana.

      No one deserves to be African women’s FOTY more than that girl.

      She’s the 1 woman riot squad that single handedly took many defences to the cleaners in the last year and half….including that of our SF on home soil

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