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Glo-Caf Awards live on SuperSport



African football will get to reap the fruits of its labour on Monday as Egypt’s Intercontinental City Stars Hotel hosts the stars that shone the brightest in African football in the 2010 Glo-Caf Awards live on SuperSport.

The Black Stars of Ghanaian football is expected to shine brightest on the night, after a stellar 2010 which culminated with a World Cup quarterfinal berth. The 2010 Afcon runners-up have nominees in no fewer than four categories and by the look of things they will walk away with all four awards.

The broadcast starts at 8pm (SA, CAT, GMT+2) live on SuperSport 7.

Below are the categories and shortlists of nominees (in alphabetical order)

Player of the Year

Didier Drogba
Samuel Eto’o Fils
Asamoah Gyan

African-based Player of the Year

Alain Dioko
Mohamed Nagui Gedo
Ahmed Hassan

Most Promising Talent of the Year

Kwadwo Asamoah (Udinese and Ghana)
Ryad Boudebouz (Sochaux and Algeria)
Moussa Maazou (Bordeaux and Niger)

Women’s Footballer of the Year

Stella Mbachu (Nigeria)
Perpetua Nkwocha (Sunnana SK and Nigeria)
Ebere Orji (Nigeria U-20)

Club of the Year

CS Sfaxien (Tunisia)
FUS Rabat (Morocco)
TP Mazembe (DR Congo)

National team of the Year

Algeria
Egypt
Ghana

Women’s National team of the Year

Equatorial Guinea
Nigeria senior team
Nigeria U-20 women

Coach of the Year

LamineN'Diaye (TP Mazembe)
Milovan Rajevac – (Former Ghana Coach)
Hassan Shehata (Egypt)



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