CAF Women’s Champions League 2022 Individual Awards

CAF Women’s Champions League 2022 Individual Awards, Three ASFAR players, Fatima Tagnaout, goalkeeper Khadija Er-rmichi and forward Ibtissam Jraidi took top honors in individual awards for the 2022 CAF Women’s Champions League.

Tagnaout, a Moroccan midfielder, was named the CAF Women’s Champions League Player of the Tournament for her outstanding performance during the tournament CAF Women’s Champions League 2022 Individual Awards.

Tagnaout scored the first goal from the kick and provided a hat-trick of assists that ensured ASFAR silenced the South African team to be crowned African champions at the Stade Prince Moulay Abdellah on Sunday evening 13 November 2022.

CAF Women’s Champions League 2022 Individual Awards

Er-rmichi, the Moroccan club’s goalkeeper, who won the WCL Egypt 2021 and WAFCON 2022 awards from Andile Dlamini, got his revenge when he helped ASFAR win their first title, walking away with the Best Goalkeeper of the Tournament.

Jraidi once again showed his clinical strength and excellent technique to finish with six goals to claim the Golden Boot. This was not just a result of her ability to get into scoring positions, however. It also reflected the way she used his body to create space and shield off defenders while simultaneously timing her runs perfectly.

She will be hard pressed to repeat this feat in future seasons though, as teams have now learned how to stop him from getting behind them so easily CAF Women’s Champions League 2022 Individual Awards.

CAF Women's Champions League 2022 Individual Awards
CAF Women’s Champions League 2022 Individual Awards

The CAF Fair Play Award is given to the team with the best conduct during the tournament. An award ceremony was held after the third place match between Simba Queens and Bayelsa Queens at the end of which, each player of Bayelsa Queens received a plaque and a medal for winning the bronze medal in their first appearance at this level of African football.

The list was compiled by the CAF Technical Study Group (TSG) made up of Clementine Toure (Head Coach of Ivory Coast), Meskerem Tadesse Goshime (Director of Women’s Football Development CAF), Jacqui Shipanga (Technical Director from Namibia) and Lamia Boumehdi (former international player). for Morocco).

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