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Okocha, Mikel To Light Up CAF Awards 2023

Okocha, Mikel To Light Up CAF Awards 2023

Former Nigerian football stars, Austin Jay Jay Okocha, John Mikel Obi and Perpetua Nkwocha are among the top dignitaries that will add glitz and glamour to the CAF Awards 2023.

The event is earmarked to celebrate the excellence and remarkable achievements of African football.

The trio and other renowned personalties will bring an aura of grandeur to the event and help make this edition of the CAF Awards even more memorable.

Okocha, Mikel and Nkwocha will also take part in a charity football game which will honour earthquake victims.

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The game will hold at the Marrakech Stadium on Sunday (today).

The CAF Awards are a special opportunity to recognize and reward outstanding performances by African players, coaches, teams and clubs over a given period.

Victor Osimhen is among the final nominees for the Men’s Player of the Year, while Asisat Oshoala is eyeing a sixth title in the Women’s category.

Chiamaka Nnadozie will vie for the Goalkeeper of the Year, Deborah Abiodun is in contention for Young Player of the Year, while the Super Falcons are nominated for the National Team of the Year.

The CAF Awards 2023 is slated for Marrakech, Morocco on Monday, December 11.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 6
  • At midweek I ask peseiro to try once more to convince this Tosin guy to play for SE, now I’m
    Extending the appeal to both bassey and iwobi to play a role, I know this AFCON might come too soon for that to happen as Fulham won’t allow both there center backs to leave but at least towards when the WC qualifier resume back by mid next year, like the change in Fulham form is obvious with Tosiin’s back from injury, what a player and the way bassey and iwobi celebrate his goal was nice to watch, bassey keep having kudus in his pocket. Good game so far from Fulham.

    • Ugwudede 3 months ago

      If the love Bassey showed on Tosin in the celebration of his goal this afternoon did not convince Tosin that no where like home and that his brothers are always there for him and he is still waiting for the whole Nigeria to come to England to prostrate for him to play for Nigeria then let him go to where his heart is

      • I’m not in support of even begging any players to switch nationality, reason I said they shd talk him into considering it once more, for sure he will walk into our back line with ease.

  • Ako Amadi 3 months ago

    Why do Nigerians like to use the word “beg”for every request, Other countries are requesting Nigerian sportsmen and women to switch nationality. When Nigeria does it, we describe it as begging. When do we shed this slave and colonial mentality?

  • Coache 3 months ago

    Okocha and Mikel two people who never won APOTY? HANDWRITING ON THE WALL FOR OSIMHEN!!!!!!!!

    • Machaveli 3 months ago

      @ Coache: What has not winning the APOTY got to do with being invited to celebrate Afican football? Need I remind you that these two gentlemen were African champions . Are you taking some antipsychotic drugs that is detrimental to your sense of reasoning?

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