Zambia named team of the year as Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure scoops the African Player of the Year award.

African Nations Cup winners Zambia have been named team of the year with coach Herve Renard named coach of the year.
Zambia was named team of the year at a glamorous Glo-CAF Awards Gala in Accra, Ghana last night.
And English football club Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has been named the African Player of the Year for a second time.
Toure beat fellow Ivory Coast star and former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba into second place with former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song third.
He won the 2012 poll in a vote of head coaches or technical directors of countries affiliated to the Confederation of African Football.
Ex-Barcelona striker Samuel Eto’o holds the most titles, having won four times.
And Egyptian and Al Ahly midfielder Mohamed Aboutreika was crowned African player of the Year Based in Africa. The 34-year old bagged his second title after winning the same award in 2008.
He beat the Zambian duo of Rainfold Kalaba and Stophira Sunzu.

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