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Friday, December 23, 2011

Yaya Toure African Player of the Year 2011

Yaya Toure appearance of stable throughout 2011 finally rewarded commensurate rewards. Manchester City midfielder was voted African Player of the Year 2011.

From the selection made ​​by the coaches members of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Yaya aside Seydou Keita (Barcelona) and Andre Ayew (Olympique Marseille).

"This is the highest award I ever got in a personal career," said Yaya. "It's unbelievable. It's incredible."

African Player of the Year award was scheduled to be given ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations early 2012. Younger brother of Kolo Toure was also enthusiastic stare a second African Cup of his career. "African Cup is very important to me and my country," he said.

Title for the Ivory Coast have increased after Noumandiez Doue was selected as the Best Referee 2011. For the best young players fell to the young players Tottenham Hotspur, Souleyman Coulibaly. Esperance players who perform at the Club World Cup last, Oussama Darragi, voted Africa's best local players.

Harouna doula who brought the first Niger qualified for the African Nations Cup finals, was asked as the best coach. While diving Bostwana which will also debut at the African Nations Cup was selected as this year's team.

Daughter Cameroon national team was selected as the best team for girls soccer. Luckily his best players, one to the players from Nigeria, Perpetual Nkwoche

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