By Gary Eliézer
Nominated by CONCACAF in the best striker section, Duckens Nazon finished at the top of internet voting on the website of the supreme football authority of the region after the date limit set Tuesday, January 8 last. The Grenadier won 38% of the vote, far ahead of Mexicans Hirving Lozano (22%) and Alan Pulido (12%).
Last December CONCACAF published a list of nominees who will form the team-type the year, and the Haitian of the Belgian club, Sint Truidense VV was selected among the top 10 forwards, coming from the zone and coming from the football activities of the North, Central America and the Caribbean regardless of their nationality
Thus, breeders from CONCACAF affiliates, captains and journalists will vote to elect the best in each category. Corn the general public also had his score to play on the website of CONCACAF where his votes had a consideration of 25% and precisely the fans have chosen Duckens Nazon as best striker of the year and this, despite the Europeans as Englishman Bradeley Wright-Phillips, Italian Sebastian Giovinco and Frenchman Pierre-André Gignac
Duckens Nazon won the votes of fans and increased his chances to be ranked among the 2 or 3 forwards who will be part of the ideal eleven while awaiting coaches, captains of national selections and journalists.
Voting of Internet users in percentage:
1- Duckens Nazon, Haiti (38%)
2- Hirving Lozano, Mexico (22%)
3- Alan Pulido, Mexico (12%)
4- Raul Jiménez, Mexico (8%)
Sebastian Giovinco, Italy (8%)
6- Pierre-André Gignac, France (7%)
7- Carlos Vela, Mexico (3%)
8- Roman Rubilio C astillo, Honduras (1%)
Alphonse Davies, Canada (1%)
10- Bradeley Wright-Phillips, England (0%)