A reward for Pierre-Emerick Aubayemang (OM)

The Olympique de Marseille prize was awarded to the Marc-Vivien Foé trophy, which rewarded the best African athlete in Ligue 1. This was the second award given to Pierre-Emeric Aubameyang after the competition in 2013.

It’s the favorite, that’s it. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang returns the Marc-Vivien Foé trophy, becoming the best African player in Ligue 1.

“I am very, very happy, very proud to win this prize, the Gabonese told RFI, the media which is organizing the vote. This is the second edition after the first in 2013 (with Saint-Etienne, editor’s note). After so many years, coming back to France and winning this prize again is obviously a great source of pride. (…) I have two heights of the second course and the other course. So if you have enough content you will win a prize which means beauty to me. »

Aubameyang: “Drogba? No comparison possible »

Aubameyang joins Achraf Hakimi (PSG), Nabil Bentaleb (Lille), Wilfried Singo (Monaco) and his teammate Chancel Mbemba (Marseille), who succeeded one another on the list. He also becomes the second player to win the Foé Trophy twice, after the former Manceau and Lille player Gervinho. But the OM striker also follows in the (Site notre bureau spécialisé)steps of a certain Didier Drogba, with his 29 goals in all competitions which bring him three goals closer to the Ivorian scorer’s record.

A parallel with Aubameyang. “It’s normal that you read the code, but there is still a possible comparison, like Drogba, what’s left of Drogba, and he’s a legend, he confides. That being said, I’m very happy and very proud that people are thinking about it, for sure, but we are two completely different players. And above all, Drogba is THE legend. Then if you continue, you will also see my story and my experience that this is what is happening. »