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09.02.2005 Football News

Don Borteys nominated for African goal of the year

By Yeboah Raymond

African Goal of the Year:

Flavio Amado of Angola (for Petro Atletico v Asante Kotoko in the 2004 African Confederation Cup)

Bernard Don Bortey of Ghana (for Hearts of Oak v Santos in the 2004 African Confederations Cup)

Pape Bouba Dioup of Senegal (for Fulham v Manchester United in the English Premiership)

Kalaba of Zambia (for Zambia v South Africa in the COSAFA U20 Youth Championship)

Benedict McCarthy of South Africa (for Porto FC v Manchester United in the UEFA Champions League

ba (Chelsea and Ivory Coast), Samuel Eto'o (Barcelona and Cameroon), Jay-Jay Okocha (Bolton Wanderers and Nigeria)

Team of the Year: Ivory Coast, Morocco, Tunisia

Club of the Year: Enyimba (Nigeria), Etoile Sahel (Tunisia), Hearts of Oak (Ghana)

Coach of the year: Okey Emordi (Enyimba, Nigeria), Badou Ezaki (Morocco), Roger Lemerre (Tunisia)

Goalkeeper of the Year: Ali Boumnijel (Club Africain and Tunisia), Vincent Enyeama (Enyimba and Nigeria), Idriss Carlos Kameni (Espanyol, Spain and Cameroon)

Young Player of the Year: Marouane Chamakh (Bordeaux, France and Morocco), Ahmed Fathi (Ismaili and Egypt), Obafemi Martins (Inter Milan, Italy and Nigeria)

Best African Champions League player: Zoubeir Baya (Etoile Sahel, Tunisia), Vincent Enyeama (Enyimba, Nigeria), Ali Zitouni (Esperance, Tunisia)

African legends award: Mahmoud Al Khatib (Egypt), Pierre Kalala (DR Congo), George Weah (Liberia)

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