Ligue 1: Terem Moffi to battle two others for Marc-Vivien Foé Award

Published on: 20 May 2023

Super Eagles striker Terem Moffi has been nominated for this year's Marc-Vivien Foé Award, can report.

The Super Eagles striker have proven without doubts his levels in the French Ligue 1 this season banging goals from different angles despite playing for two teams within this season.

Moffi has scored 19 goals and registered two assists in 30 games for Lorient and Nice in all competitions this season and he is up against current holder of the award, Ivorian's Seko Fofana of RC Lens and Congolese Chancel Mbemba who plays at Marseille.

The trio are the made the final shortlist as revealed by France 24 and RFI

The winners of previous editions:

2022: Seko Fofana ( Ivory Coast)

2021: Gaël Kakuta (Democratic Republic of Congo)

2020: Victor Osimhen (Nigeria)

2019: Nicolas Pépé (Ivory Coast)

2018: Karl Toko-Ekambi (Cameroon)

2017: Jean Michaël Seri (Ivory Coast)

2016: Sofiane Boufal (Morocco)

2015: Andre Ayew (Ghana)

2014: Vincent Enyeama (Nigeria)

2013: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon)


By Oluwayemi Omolagba