Diouf and Okocha spent two years together at Bolton Wanderers with the African duo making big impact at the club.
Diouf picked Okocha as the main playmaker in his preferred 4-2-3-1 formation.
“Behind the striker, I would put the maestro, the best player in the world, the
best player of all time if he was not African. Everyone’s idol. The African
Pelé,” Diouf told France Football .
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Okocha scored 14 goals in 73 appearances for Nigeria.
The 46-year-old was part of Nigeria’s squad that won the Afica Cup of Nations title in Tunisia 1994.
Diouf’s Dream X1
Tony Sylva; Omar Daf, Abdoulaye Faye,
Pape Malick Diop, Ricardo Gardiner; Papa Bouba Diop, Camel Meriem, Henri
Camara, Khalilou Fadiga, Jay-Jay Okocha; Nicolas Anelka
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