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African Footballer - Vote Now

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Having watched the african cup of nations Id have to say

mohamed aboutrika

It is wonder some of these players are unknown like zaki was but aboutrika is a classy midfielder and could make it given the chance in england

if not him its got to be Zaki another class act
 

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Why the hell is Drogba in there yet again. He did practically nothing in the last year. Manucho got in the African allstar team ahead of Eto'o and Drogba. He shuld be in there.

I'd vote for Aboutrika...he was pretty awesome during the ACON.
 

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Adeybayor should get it, why is Zaki there? Is he good for Egypt or something? Drogba is always put in for awards even if he has had a crap season takes the mick
 

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Nemanjaaa said:
Adeybayor should get it, why is Zaki there? Is he good for Egypt or something?
You could say something like that;



2004– Egypt 48 games, 29 goals



Zaki plays for The Egyptian National Team, In the 2006 African Cup of Nations Zaki scored the winning goal for Egypt in the semi-final against Senegal late in the second half, with his first touch moments after coming off the bench to replace a visibly irate Mido (whose argument with coach Hassan Shehata held up play and resulted in a six month international ban from the EFA for the player.) Egypt later went on to win their fifth continental title.

Zaki repeated his strong performances two years later in CAN 2008, scoring a goal against Zambia in the group stage and another in the quarter final against Angola. Additionally, he scored another well executed header and then added another in the semi-final match against Ivory Coast. Egypt again went on to win the title for a record sixth time. He was chosen in the CAN 2008 All Star Starting XI.



Thats career apps, but this year he played well in the African Cup of Nations from what I know and has made a great start to his Premiership career.
 
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