Welcome to the 8th edition of West Africa Weekly Sports Digest, your only regional sport programme that comes to you courtesy of our 15 network of correspondents across the sub region.
IN THE PROGRAMME THIS WEEK:
Egyptian play maker Mohamed Salah became the second Egyptian player to win African player of the year award.
Meanwhile CAF has explained why the African player of the year based in Africa and referees awards were scrapped.
We heard from the Winners, some legends as well as administrators, including the CAF Boss.
In Nigeria, a player fined himself in a bitter row of a transfer saga, just shortly after he was called into the CHAN team heading to Morocco.
In Ghana, we review the country’s 2017 year in sports by one of our Accra based correspondent.
And Gambia makes hay while sun shine ahead of the 2019 U20 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers with head coach Matarr Mboge naming a list of 25 players for training.
Plus in Morocco, 16 nations are set to gather in Tangier, Agadir, Marrakech and Casablanca to battle for the 5th edition of the 2018 African Nations Championship.
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