2015: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Dortmund, Germany)

2014: Yaya Toure, Ivory Coast (Manchester City, England)

2013: Yaya Toure, Ivory Coast (Manchester City, England)

2012: Yaya Toure, Ivory Coast (Manchester City, England)

2011: Yaya Toure, Ivory Coast (Manchester City, England)

2010: Samuel Eto’o, Cameroon (Inter Milan, Italy)

2009: Didier Drogba, Ivory Coast (Chelsea, England)

2008: Emmanuel Adebayor, Togo (Arsenal, England)

2007: Frédéric Kanouté, Mali (Sevilla, Spain)

2006: Didier Drogba, Ivory Coast (Chelsea, England)

2005: Samuel Eto’o, Cameroon (FC Barcelona)

2004: Samuel Eto’o, Cameroon (FC Barcelona / Mallorca, Spain)

2003: Samuel Eto’o, Cameroon (Mallorca, Spain)

2002: El Hadji Diouf, Senegal (Liverpool, England / Lens, France)

2001: El Hadji Diouf, Senegal (Lens, France)

2000: Patrick Mboma, Cameroon (Parma / Cagliari, Italy)

1999: Nwankwo Kanu, Nigeria (Arsenal, England)

1998: Mustapha Hadji, Morocco (Deportivo La Coruña, Spain)

1997: Victor Ikpeba, Nigeria (Monaco, France)

1996: Nwankwo Kanu, Nigeria (Ajax, Netherlands / Inter Milan, Italy)

1995: George Weah, Liberia (AC Milan, Italy / Paris Saint-Germain, France)

1994: Emmanuel Amunike, Nigeria ( Sporting Lisbon, Portugal) / Zamalek, Egypt)

1993: Rashidi Yekini, Nigeria ( Vitória de Setúbal, Portugal) / Abedi Pele, Ghana (Olympique de Marseille, France) by France football.

1992: Abedi Pele, Ghana (Olympique de Marseille, France)

1991: Abedi Pele, Ghana (Olympique de Marseille, France)

1990: Roger Milla, Cameroon (Saint-Denis, France)

1989: George Weah, Liberia (Monaco, France)

1988: Kalusha Bwalya, Zambia (Cercle Brugge, Belgium)

1987: Rabah Madjer, Algeria ( Porto, Portugal)

1986: Badou Zaki, Morocco (Mallorca, Spain)

1985: Mohammed Timoumi, Morocco (FAR Rabat, Morocco)

1984: Théophile Abega, Cameroon (Toulouse, France)

1983: Mahmoud Al-Khatib, Egypt (Ahly, Egypt)

1982: Thomas N’kono, Cameroon (Espanyol, Spain)

1981: Lakhdar Belloumi, Algeria (GC Mascara, Algeria)

1980: Jean Manga-Onguene, Cameroon (Canon Yaounde, Cameroon)

1979: Thomas Nkono, Cameroon (Canon Yaoundé, Cameroon)

1978: Karim Abdul Razak, Ghana (Asante Kotoko, Ghana)

1977: Tarak Dhiab, Tunisia (Espérance detunes, Tunisia)

1976: Roger Milla, Cameroon (Tonnerre de Yaoundé, Cameroon)

1975: Ahmed Faras, Morocco (Chabab Mohammédia, Morocco)

1974: Paul Moukila, Congo (Cara, Brazzaville, Congo)

1973: Tshimen Bwanga, Zaire (TP Mazembe, Zaire)

1972: Cherif Souleymane, Guinea (Hafia Conakry, Guinea)

1971: Ibrahim Sunday, Ghana ( Asante Kotoko, Ghana)

1970: Salif Keïta, Mali, (AS Saint-Etienne, France)

Note: The award was organised by the French soccer magazine ‘France Football’ until 1994 and starting from 1992 the Confederation of African Football instituted a new award.

* In 1993 France Football gave the award to Ghana’s Abedi Pele while the CAF awarded it to Nigeria’s Rashidi Yekini.

Comments

comments


Quick NetOne, Telecel, Africom, And Econet Airtime Recharge

If anything goes wrong, click here to enter your query.