Ivorian and Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has been voted 2014 Glo-CAF African Player of the Year for the 4th consecutive year.
Yaya beat Gabon’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Nigeria’s Vincent Enyeama to the top award.
Algeria was the biggest winner on the night with four awards; including Es Sefit winning the Club of the Year. Kheireddine Madoui scooped home the Coach of the year for Es Sefit.
The Algerian National Team picked the nod for National Team of the Year award. BBC 2014 African Footballer of the year, Yacine Brahimi also won the Most Promising Star for Algeria.
Nigeria’s three awards include Asisat Oshoala’ two individual awards on the night. She was adjudged the Female Player of the Year and the Youth Player of the Year awards. The Women National Team of the Year also went to Nigeria.
CAF’s Platinum Award went to GFA boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi and Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan.
Other winners include
2014 Glo-CAF African Player of the year based in Africa – Firmin Mubele Ndombe
2014 Glo-CAF African Legend – Oryx Club Class of 1964 and Stade Malien
2014 Glo-CAF Referee of the Year – Papa Bakary
2014 Glo-CAF Female Player of the Year – Asisat Oshoala from Nigeria
2014 Glo-CAF Coach of the year – Kheireddine Madoui .. Es Sefit coach from Algeria
2014 Glo-CAF Youth Player of the year – Asisat Oshoala from Nigeria
2014 Glo-CAF Most Promising Star – Yacine Brahimi from Algeria
2014 Glo-CAF Club of the Year – ES Setif of Algeria
2014 Glo-CAF Women National team of the Year – Nigeria
2014 Glo-CAF National team of the Year – Algeria