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CAF POTY: Will Osimhen, Ndidi or Ighalo win the award?

By Guardian Exclusive
26 November 2019   |   7:03 am
CAF has released the list of nominees for the 28th edition of its annual football awards which will take place on Tuesday, 7 January 2020, at Citadel Azure, Hurghada, Egypt. The CAF awards celebrate African footballers and officials who have distinguished themselves during 2019. And the big question is, will Osimhen, Ndidi or Ighalo bring the prize home?

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