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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt, Salah, Cuper win CAF awards 2017


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Recipient of Coach of the Year Award, Egyptian national football coach, Argentinian Hector Cuper holds his trophy during the African Footballer of the Year Awards ceremony at the International Conference Centre in Accra, on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Recipient of Coach of the Year Award, Egyptian national football coach, Argentinian Hector Cuper holds his trophy during the African Footballer of the Year Awards ceremony at the International Conference Centre in Accra, on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Confederation of African Football (CAF) President Ahmad Ahmad (R) presents The African Footballer of the Year Award to Egypt and Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah during an award ceremony at the International Conference Centre in Accra on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Confederation of African Football (CAF) President Ahmad Ahmad (R) presents The African Footballer of the Year Award to Egypt and Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah during an award ceremony at the International Conference Centre in Accra on December 4, 2018 AFP
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Recepient of the African Footballer of the Year Award Egypt and Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah (C) shakes hands with fellow nominee Senegalese Sadio Mane (L) as Gabonese and Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (R) looks on during The Confederation of African Football award ceremony at The International Conference Centre in Accra on January 4, 2018 AFP
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African Footballer of the Year, Egypt and Liverpool striker Mohammed Salah speaks during a press conference after the CAF awards at the Accra International Press Conference in Accra, on January 4, 2018 AFP
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African Footballer of the Year, Egypt and Liverpool, forward Mohammed Salah (C) stands with fellow nominees, Senegalese Sadio Mane (L)and Gabonese striker Piere-Emerick Aubameyang (R) during the awards ceremony at the Accra International Press Conference in Accra, on January 4, 2018 AFP
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African Footballer of the Year Egypt and Liverpool striker Mohammed Salah (C), runners-up Senegalese Sadio Mane (L)and Gabonese forward Piere-Emerick Aubameyang (R) speak during a press conference after the CAF awards at the Accra International Press Conference in Accra, on December 4, 2018 AFP
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African Footballer of the Year, Egypt and Liverpool striker Mohammed Salah speaks during a press conference after the CAF awards at the Accra International Press Conference in Accra, on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Recipients of CAF Awards, runner-up and Senegalese striker Sadio Mane (L), African Female Footballer of the Year, Nigeria's Asisat Oshoala (2nd L), African Footballer of the Year, Egypt and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah, and Gabonese attacker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (R) during the press conference after the CAF awards at the Accra International Press Conference in Accra, on January 4, 2018 AFP
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Mohamed Salah, right, and Sadio Mane of Senegal arrive at the Confederation of African Football awards ceremony in Accra, Ghana, Thursday Jan. 4, 2018 AP
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Egypt won a big share in the 2017 CAF awards as Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah was crowned African Player of the Year, coach Hector Cuper won the continent's best coach award and the Egyptian team was named African National Team of the Year.

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