Mikel Obi, John Utaka, Victor Moses short-listed for CAF African Footballer 2012

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 See the full list of African footballers nominated for CAF African Footballer of the Year 2012

1.Abdelaziz Barrada – Getafe (Spain) and Morocco

2.Adel Taarabt – Queens Park Rangers (England) and Morocco

3.Alain Sibiri Traore – Lorient (France) and Burkina Faso

4.Alexander Song – Barcelona (Spain) and Cameroon

5.Andre ‘Dede’ Ayew – Marseille (France) and Ghana

6.Arouna Kone – Wigan (England) and Ivory Coast

7.Aymen Abdennour – Toulouse (France) and Tunisia

8.Bakaye Traore – AC Milan (Italy) and Mali

9.Cheick Tiote – Newcastle United (England) and Ivory Coast

10.Christopher Katongo – Henan Construction (China) and Zambia

More names after the cut…

 

 

 

11.Demba Ba – Newcastle United (England) and Senegal

12.Didier Drogba – Shanghai Shenhua (China) and Ivory Coast

13.Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu – Udinese (Italy) and Ghana

14.Emmanuel Mayuka – Southampton (England) and Zambia

15.Foxi Kethevoama – FC Astana (Kazakhstan) and Central African Republic

16.Gervinho – Arsenal (England) and Ivory Coast

17.Hilaire Momi – Le Mans (France) and Central African Republic

18.John Obi Mikel – Chelsea (England) and Nigeria

19.John Utaka – Montpellier (France) and Nigeria

20.Kwadwo Asamoah – Juventus (Italy) and Ghana

21.Moussa Sow – Fenerbahce (Turkey) and Senegal

22.Nicolas N’koulou – Marseille (France) and Cameroon

23.Papiss Demba Cisse – Newcastle United (England) and Senegal

24.Pape Moussa Konate – FC Krasnodar (Russia) and Senegal

25.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – St Etienne (France) and Gabon

26.Rainford Kalaba – TP Mazembe (DR Congo) and Zambia

27.Seydou Doumbia – CSKA Moscow (Russia) and Ivory Coast

28.Seydou Keita – Dalian Aerbin (China) and Mali

29.Sofiane Feghouli – Valencia (Spain) and Algeria

30.Stoppila Sunzu – TP Mazembe (DR Congo) and Zambia

31.Victor Moses – Chelsea (England) and Nigeria

32.Yaya Toure – Manchester City (England) and Ivory Coast

33.Younes Belhanda – Montpellier (France) and Morocco

34.Youssef Msakni – Esperance (Tunisia) and Tunisia

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