The African Women’s Cup of Nations (CAN 2022) takes place in Rabat and Casablanca from 2 to 23 July. Here are six players that must be followed especially during CAN 2022 in Morocco.
Born in England to a Moroccan father and Scottish mother, the Tottenham striker got his start with Atlas Lionesses coach Rainald Pedros. Still little known to the general public, the 26-year-old binational, who also passed through Chelsea, could be one of the highlights of this CAN 2022. She is in any case one of the inaugural symbols of African women’s football. ,
The captain and goalscorer of Zambia is a rising star of continental football. The 22-year-old, who has also fought a few amateur boxing bouts, is the leader of the Copper Queens who remains on course to compete at the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games. During the Olympics she distinguished herself by scoring six goals in three matches.
The Tunisian has had a prosperous season in Turkey: the league’s top scorer in the regular season, with Alg Spor Gaziantep as the champion… A confidence and efficiency will be invaluable to Tunisia returning to the final stage of AFCON after a 14-year absence. , and who hopes to shine in Morocco. Note that Maryam Hoijs also finished co-top scorer in the playoffs with six goals.
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