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CAF APOTY 2023 awards: Benefits of hard work

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The CAF APOTY 2023 (Confederation of African player of the year award) has come and gone.  The winner from Nigeria, Victor Oshimen, represent the benefits of hard work.

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CAF APOTY 2023: Congratulations Oshimen

Congratulations to Victor Oshimen and congratulations to Nigeria. The 24-years wait has just ended and the hardworking Victor Oshimen, the world class striker from Napoli fc just helped Nigeria to end this inglorious wait for this award.

The winner just showed everyone, especially the young ones, that there are indeed many benefits of hard work. Winning CAF APOTY 2023 shows you will always reap the benefits of hard work if you choose that path.

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Benefits of hard work: Oshimen is a hard worker

In the last few years, Victor Oshimen has stood out as a very good and a very hard working player among his mates in the national team of Nigeria – the Super Eagles. The team has not given Nigerians anything to celebrate for some years now but Victor Oshimen has always put in his very best anytime he puts on the green and white jersey.

Winning the CAF APOTY 2023 awards just show anyone will always reap the benefits of hard work if they sow hard work.

Right from his days playing for the Golden Eaglets ( Nigeria’s under 17 national team), Oshimen has always put in the extra work and sacrifice.

He created a record at the under 17 world cup in the year 2015 when he scored an unprecedented 10 goals to emerge as the highest goal scorer in the tournament and also to lead Nigeria to victory in the tournament.

Victor Oshimen has also been the highest goal scorer in two qualifying tournaments in Africa so far.

 

CAF APOTY 2023: The Napoli feat

Last season Victor Oshimen put up his A performance to give Napoli fc fans the Scudetto title after waiting for many years since the legend, Diego Maradona won it for them.

Victor Oshimen worked hard to score 26 goals to emerge for the first time as the highest goal scorer in the Italian serie A. A first-time feat by any African.

His feat last year in the Scudetto is largely responsible for his winning the CAF APOTY 2023.

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Hard work pays

Surely, hard work pays. The Bible clearly teaches this. Jesus worked very hard during His ministry on the earth. He said He would do the work of Him that sent Him while it’s day.

He worked hard to fulfill His purpose of coming to the earth. If Jesus had to work hard, you should also embrace hard work.

Hard work pays, it does not kill! At least, it did not kill Victor Oshimen. He is the CAF APOTY 2023 award winning.

 

Other CAF award winners 2023

CAF APOTY 2023

Please find other CAF award winners 2023 below:

Full List of CAF Awards 2023 Winners:

Player of the Year (Men): Victor Osimhen (Nigeria, Napoli)

Player of the Year (Women): Asisat Oshoala (Nigeria, Barcelona)

Interclub Player of the Year (Men): Percy Tau (South Africa, Al Ahly)

Interclub Player of the Year (Women): Fatima Tagnaout (Morocco, AS FAR)

Coach of the Year (Men): Walid Regragui (Morocco)

Coach of the Year (Women): Desiree Ellis (South Africa)

Goalkeeper of the Year (Men): Yassine Bounou (Morocco, Al Hilal)

Goalkeeper of the Year (Women): Chiamaka Nnadozie (Nigeria, Paris FC)

Young Player of the Year (Men): Lamine Camara (Senegal, Metz)

Young Player of the Year (Women): Nesryne El Chad (Morocco, Lille)

National Team of the Year (Men): Morocco

National Team of the Year (Women): Nigeria

Club of the Year (Men): Al Ahly (Egypt)

Club of the Year (Women): Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa)

Men’s Africa XI (As compiled by FIFPRO Africa):

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