Vincent Enyeama Nominated For FRANCE 24 Marc-Vivien Foé Award

vincent-enyeama-lille_1o1jo6gx6wrdy1co8vj3z9k1xmThe Nigeria/Lille goalkeeper has been nominated for the Radio France International-France 24 best African prize named in honour of the late Cameroonian midfielder according to Goal.

Nigeria  goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama has made the shortlist for the RFI – FRANCE 24 Marc-Vivien Foé Awardfor the best African player in the French Ligue 1 football championship for the 2014-15 season, it has been announced.

The Super Eagles captain edged out Ivory Coast defender Serge Aurier (Toulouse FC) and Cameroon international player Henri Bedimo (Olympique Lyonnais) to win the last edition.

A shortlist of 10 players in the running to receive this year’s award was unveiled in France by state radio RFI and satellite television France 24 – sponsors of the award.

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Aymen Abdennour
(Monaco, Tunisia)

Jordan Ayew
(Lorient, Ghana)

André Ayew
(Marseille, Ghana)

Nabil Dirar
(Monaco, Morocco

Vincent Enyeama
(Lille, Nigeria)

Max-Alain Gradel
(Saint-Etienne, Ivory Coast)

Idrissa Gueye
(Lille, Senegal)

Aissa Mandi
(Reims, Algeria)

Benjamin Moukandjo
(Reims, Cameroon)

Clinton N’Jie
(Lyon, Cameroon)

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