Africa: Women's Footballer of the Year - Genoveva Anoman - E. Guinea

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Yaya Toure of Cote d'Ivoire accepting the African Player of the Year 2012 in Ghana

The Equatorial Guinea playmaker crowned a superb season by winning the 2012 African Women's Championship on home soil after clinching the Frauen Bundesliga championship (German Women's premier league). Anonman is one of only two international players on Turbine Potsdam's books and the prolific midfielder/striker finished top goal scorer in the Frauen Bundesliga with 22 goals.

She brought her rich scoring form to AWC and also top scored in the tournament with 6 goals as Equatorial Guinea won their second African title.

Born: 19 April 1989

Age: 23

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