1. Frederick Kanouté
Frederick Omar Canoutte is a retired Malian professional footballer who played for Spanish club Sevilla and the Mali national team.
Kanote began his professional career at the French club and won two consecutive UEFA Cups and other European and domestic awards before moving to La Liga side Sevilla in 2005. He is currently the club's top foreign player.
He led Mali to the semi-finals of the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations. He also ran in the 2006 and 2010 elections.
2. Izaki empty
Izaki Badou is a retired Moroccan footballer who played for Maloca and the Moroccan national team.
Izaki, one of the best African footballers in history, joined Mallorca in 1986 after being named African Footballer of the Year in French football. A.D. In 1989, he won the Ricardo Zamora Cup and was promoted to La Liga.
He represented Morocco at the 1986 FIFA World Cup and four African Cups. Elected 15 years ago by the Confederation of African Football.
3. Lakdar Belomi
Lakdar Belomi is Algeria's coach and retired professional footballer.
Known for his technical skills, drifting ability, close control and use of finite, Lacdar is widely regarded as the best Algerian player of all time and the best African footballer of all time. The 4th African Player of the Century has been awarded. He has the most player record in Algeria and is the third highest scorer in the Algerian national team.
4. Benny McCarthy
Benedict Saul Benny McCarthy is a South African coach and retired footballer who played for West Ham United and the South African national team.
McCarthy, one of Africa's best players ever, is South Africa's all-time leading scorer with 31 goals. He is the only South African to have won the UEFA Champions League.
5. Ahmed Hassan
Ahmed Hassan, a 46-year-old Egyptian professional footballer, last played as an attacking midfielder for Zamalek SC and the Egyptian national team.
Hassan, one of the greatest players in the history of African football, has won eight African Cups of Nations in Egypt and has won the tournament four times. A.D. Appointed captain in the 2006 season, he scored four goals in six games, the second-highest personal goals of the season. He won his second championship and Egypt's fifth trophy. Ahmed Hassan is one of the players who has won more than 100 international matches for Egypt and currently ranks third in the men's category in any country. Every player in history has a record of winning.
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