Former super eagles star Jay Jay okocha has snubbed his countrymen Kanu Nwankwo and Vincent Enyeama, as he picked his all time African best XI. The former Paris St Germain and Bolton of England player, chose former Barcelona and Ivory coast midfield Yaya Toure, ahead of two times African player of the year award winner kanu Nwankwo.Jay Jay okocha never won the African player of the year award, despite his contributions to the super eagles, and also his contributions to football as a whole. In his goal keeping options okocha chose Peter Rufai ahead of the great Vincent Enyeama, and also left out former super eagles caption Joseph Yobo in his defenders options.Another great African player that was not chosen by the Nigerian is Ghanaian Abedi Pele, as he went for Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, Samuel et'oo and balon d'or winner George Weah in his striking options.Okocha was one of the best players in the world, his skills, pace and agility made him unstoppable on the pitch. His decisions to leave Kanu Nwankwo, Vincent Enyeama must be personal.
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