Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama has been named as the Clydesdale Bank Young Player of the Season.
The Kenyan, in his second year with the Scottish champions, failed to win a monthly award in the league this campaign but has been recognised for his consistent performances across the campaign.
Wanyama joins Motherwell boss Stuart McCall and Hibernian's Leigh Griffiths in winning the annual awards, with the latter pair having been named as Manager and Player of the Season respectively.
Also nominated for the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year award, the 21-year-old lost out to Griffiths in the union's prize.
Nicholas Nkoulou, Pierre Aubameyang
The Marc-Vivien Foe award, with the name of the former Cameroonian footballer who died in June 2003 at the Confederations Cup and rewarding since 3 years the best African player in Ligue 1 has announced its nominees for the 2013 edition.
Tunisia aligns three players; Aymen Abdennour (Tunisia, Toulouse FC), Wahbi Khazri (Tunisia, Bastia) and Saber Khelifa (Tunisia, Evian Thonon Gaillard). It is the largest contingent of nominees. Togo will count on the goalkeeper Kossi Agassa and the midfielder Romao Alaixys to win the title.
The favorites for the 2013 edition are undoubtedly the Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang , author of 17 goals in Ligue 1 and the Cameroonian Nkoulou Nicolas of Marseille. Both players enjoyed a good season and are in the running for a place on the European stage next season.