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Kef encourages a "clash" between Salah and Muharaz and Bnatia




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Al Kef has announced a category that will be awarded in seven categories: Best Player, Best Player, Best Young Player, Best Coach of the Year, Best Women's Winner, Best Male Team and Best Women's Team in Africa.

The African Football League's list of African Football Federation's players included 34 players, both in Africa and beyond, after the Local Player award was canceled.

Arap dominated the list, facing 15 Arab players including Egyptian Mohammed Salah, Liverpool players, Riad Mahzar Manchester City, Morocco, Mahdi Bentaii Juventus and Tunisian Anisa Al-Badrija from Esperance.

In the list of top youth players there were 6 candidates, Moroccan Ashraf Hakimi, Borussia Dortmund, Niger and Wilfried Neddi from Leicester City, Cameroon Andre Onan from Ajax Amsterdam and Senegal Ismaili Saar from Rennes and Moroccan player Mahmoud Benhleib Moroccan Raja Sports Club and Frank Casey Player AC Milan.

The list of best coaches on the continent was present in 10 candidates, and the most prominent coach of Esperance and Spain Tunisia, Moyen El Shaabani, Juan Carlos Garrido, Raja Sports Club Marocena coach and French Patrice Cartier, former Egyptian National Team Coach and French coach Herve Rennard.

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Al Kef has announced a category that will be awarded in seven categories: Best Player, Best Player, Best Young Player, Best Coach of the Year, Best Women's Winner, Best Male Team and Best Women's Team in Africa.

The African Football League's list of African Football Federation's players included 34 players, both in Africa and beyond, after the Local Player award was canceled.

Arap dominated the list, facing 15 Arab players including Egyptian Mohammed Salah, Liverpool players, Riad Mahzar Manchester City, Morocco, Mahdi Bentaii Juventus and Tunisian Anisa Al-Badrija from Esperance.

In the list of top youth players there were 6 candidates, Moroccan Ashraf Hakimi, Borussia Dortmund, Niger and Wilfried Neddi from Leicester City, Cameroon Andre Onan from Ajax Amsterdam and Senegal Ismaili Saar from Rennes and Moroccan player Mahmoud Benhleib Moroccan Raja Sports Club and Frank Casey Player AC Milan.

The list of best coaches on the continent was present in 10 candidates, and the most prominent coach of Esperance and Spain Tunisia, Moyen El Shaabani, Juan Carlos Garrido, Raja Sports Club Marocena coach and French Patrice Cartier, former Egyptian National Team Coach and French coach Herve Rennard.


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