Who was Ghana 2008's top man?
The 2008 CAF Africa Cup of Nations has proven a stunning showcase for some of the best collective and individual talent the Mother Continent has to offer. From start to finish and from Angola to Zambia, the 26th African finals lived up every bit up to their billing.
Samuel Eto'o of Cameroon slalomed and swiveled his way to the all-time Africa Cup of Nations scoring title, Ivorian Didier Drogba offered glimpses of his stomping, muscular genius and a whole host of the title-winning Egyptians like Hosni Abd Rabou, Mohamed Aboutrika and striker Amr Zaki impressed in every conceivable way.
But the question remains: Who has been the best individual performer at the CAF Africa Cup of Nations Ghana 2008? The Angolan Manucho no doubt justified the talent Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson sees in him with outrageous displays. Recently crowned African Player of the Year Frederic Kanoute of Mali also made his mark, while loads of others stood up to be counted.
FIFA.com wants to know who inspired you most at Ghana 2008. Whether goalkeeper or striker, holding midfielder or creative sparkplug, the world's football website gives you the choice to name your top player of these African finals.
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