Asisat Oshoala: CAF Women’s player of the year winner
By Guardian Exclusive
22 July 2022 | 7:41 pm
Male or female, no one has won more African Player of the Year awards than the incredible Asisat ‘SuperZee’ Oshoala. We just can’t stop celebrating Africa’s greatest, Asisat Oshoala.
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