Which African All-Star absentee is most deserving of Goal 50 inclusion?

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Three African All-Stars made the Goal 50, but which of the absentees was most unfortunate to miss out?

Naby Keita, Sadio Mane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were the three African stars who made the cut for this year’s Goal 50.

All three were celebrated for their fine campaigns with RasenBallsport Leipzig, Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund respectively, and were thoroughly deserving of their place among the 50 top talents in the world today.

However, a host of African players were also overlooked for the list, and earlier this week, Goal profiled five stars who we believe might have had a case to have been included.

But which of them can feel most hard done by to have been snubbed?

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Here, we want to throw it back to you the reader to let us know which of the continent’s five absentees should have made the list.

Check out our gallery: Big-name African All-Stars who missed out on the Goal 50, and vote below:


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