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Video: Watch Analysis of Ghanaian trio for African Player of Year award

Posted On Friday, 19th November 2010

MTNFootball provides its analysis of the players named for the African Player of the Year Award.

MTNFootball provides its analysis of the players named for the African Player of the Year Award.

MTNFootball provides its analysis of the players named for the African Player of the Year Award.

Shockingly, the analyst thinks Asamoah Gyan does not deserve to win anything.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. A concerned citizen says:

    Poor analysis by this poor panel..They are not circumspect at all..they are just making some stuff for themselves..It must be based on three levels…Club level..National level and World Cup level…They must also remember the C.A.F Governs African Football..Asamoah Gyan was the top scorer for club Rennes before now scoring for Sunderland..National ..He was the top scorer for the Black Stars where the Black Stars reached to semi-finals..World Cup..Asamoah brought his scoring form to the African;s World cup where the Black Stars reached the quarter finals..Unlike Didier Drogba and Samuel Eto who only became top scorers for their foreign clubs but failed to to bring their scoring boots to the African Cup of Nations and Africans World Cup.[ Eto was the captain for Cameroon in the World cup and failed to shine..They rather dwindled to a vanishing point amidst confusion between him and Roger Mila regarding his poor performance. Didier's Ivory Coast also faded away in Can 2010 and the World Cup as well [They failed to take it to the next level]..Asamoah Gyan’s lone striker single handedly helped Ghana in Can 2010 and the Africans World..This panel should not loose sight of the fact that C.A.F Govern African soccer in other words a player must excel in Africn soccer and not only your foreign club.

  2. BIG E says:

    You have to be honest.. Samuel Eto’o deserves it better than any other nominees. He helped his club Inter winning the treble last season including UEFA Champions League. And he is in magnificent form this season. Our very own Asamoah Gyan is doing well but you have to take your Hats off for Eto’o when you watch him playing. He should go Down as one of the best Strikers ever live. God bless! long live Eto’o

  3. Elvis says:

    i guess those panel of analysis one or two could come from Nigerian,b/c they always want to be mention before ghana.

  4. me says:

    this analysis is obviously old. It was made before gyan joined sunderland, b4 ayew scored his goals for OM and no mention was made of KPB performance for ac milan. I dont know what kind of facts they took into consideration. They can go to bed

  5. carbonite says:

    I said this last year. Its the fault of CAF that Eto is being denied. They gave it to him with Sammy Kufour deserved it. Now, making Eto the biggest in Africa yet? I doubt. Eto will never be given 4x… too bad, oh Africa.





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