Liverpool’s Sadio Mané has been named African Football of the Year for the first time. In his speech he thanked the Senegalese people, paying particular gratitude to the small village of Bambali, where Mané is from. Speaking at the ceremony in Egypt the forward said: ‘To be honest I would prefer to be playing football than speaking in front of so many people’. When speaking about Bambali, he said to the audience that ‘I’m sure they are all watching me tonight’.
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