Masuluke, who was the finalist for the award, lost out to Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud in the end.
“It goes down to votes. You won’t stand a chance if you don’t get those votes. The sooner we realise that as a country, the better,” Kekana told Sowetan.
“We should have voted to make sure our very own wins. We should take the blame ourselves as a nation.”
Kekana was nominated for the award last year for a goal he scored in national team colours, but could not muster enough votes to win it.