World Soccer Magazine Awards

Since 1982, World Soccer has been conducting an annual readership survey to identify the best in three categories: Player of the Year, Coach of the Year and Team of the Year. [1]
Contents
1 Laureates
1.1 Player of the year
1.2 Coach of the year
1.2.1 All time
1.2.2 By country
1.3 Young player of the year
1.4 Judge of the year
1.5 Team of the year
2 Links
3 Note - Laureates
Player of the Year 2014 - Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
2013 - Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
2012 - Lionel Messi (Barcelona) [2]
2011 - Lionel Messi (Barcelona) [3]
2010 - Javi (Barcelona) [4]
2009 - Lionel Mess and (Barcelona) [5]
2008 - Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) [6]
2007 - Kaka (Milan) [7]
2006 - Fabio Cannavaro (Juventus, Real Madrid)
2005 - Ronaldinho (Barcelona)
2004 - Ronaldinho (Barcelona)
2003 - Pavel Nedved (Juventus)
2002 - Ronaldo (Internazionale, Real Madrid)
2001 - Michael Owen (Liverpool)
2000 - Luis Figo (Barcelona, Real Madrid)
1999 - Rivaldo (Barcelona)
1998 - Zinedine Zidane (Juventus)
1997 - Ronaldo (Barcelona, Internationale)
1996 - Ronaldo (Barcelona)
1995 - George Weah (PSG, Milan)
1994 - Paolo Maldini (Milan)
1993 - Roberto Bad jo (Juventus)
1992 - Marco van Bastin (Milan)
1991 - Jean-Pierre Papin (Olympic Marseille)
1990 - Lothar Matteus (Internationale)
1989 - Ruud Gullit (Milan)
1988 - Marco van Bastin (Milan)
1987 - Ruud Gullit (Milan)
1986 - Diego Maradona (Napoli)
1985 - Michel Platini (Juventus)
1984 - Michel Platini (Juventus)
1983 - Zico (Flamengo, Udinese)
1982 - Paolo Rossi (Juventus)
Coach of the Year 2014 - Joachim Löw, Germany
2013 - Jupp Heinkes, Bavaria
2012 - Vicente Del Bosque, Spain
2011 - Josep Guardiola, Barcelona
2010 - Jose Mourinho, Inter and Real Madrid [4 ]
2009 - Josep Guardiola, Barcelona
2008 - Alex Ferguson, Manchester United
2007 - Alex Fergusson, Manchester United
2006 - Marcello Lippi, Italy
2005 - Rafael Benitez, Liverpool
2004 - Jose Mourinho, Porto and Chelsea
2003 - Carlo Ancelotti, Milan
2002 - Guus Hiddink, Republic of Korea and PSV Eindhoven
2001 - Gerard Ulle, Liverpool
2000 - Dino Zoff, Italy
1999 - Alex Fergusson, Manchester United
1998 - Arsene Wenger, Arsenal
1997 - Ottmar Hitzfeld, Borussia Dortmund
1996 - Bertie Vogts, Germany
1995 - Louis van Gaal, Ajax
1994 - K Arlos Alberto Parreira, Brazil
1993 - Alex Ferguson, Manchester United
1992 - Richard Möller-Nielsen, Denmark
1991 - Michel Platini, France
1990 - Franz Beckenbauer, Germany and Olympic Marseille
1989 - Arrigo Sacchi, Milan on 1988 - Rinus Michels, the Netherlands and Bayer Leverkusen on 1987 - Johan Cruyff, Ajax on 1986 - Guy Tees, Belgium on 1985 - Terry Venables, Barcelona on 1984 - Michel Hidalgo, France
1983 - Sepp Piontec, Denmark
1982 - Enzo Bearzot, Italy
All time - Player - Wins - 1-3 - Lionel Messi
3
Cristiano Ronaldo
3
Ronaldo
3
4-7
Mi Shell Platini - 2 - Ruud Gullit - 2 - Marco van Bastin - 2 - Ronaldinho - 2 - 8-23
Paolo Rossi - 1
Zico
1
Diego Maradona 1
1 Lothar Matteus 1 1 Jean-Pierre Papin 1 Roberto Baggio 1 1 Paolo Maldini
1 - Gianluca Vialli - 1
Zinedine Zidane - 1 - Rivaldo - 1
Luis Figo - 1
Michael Owen
1
Pavel Nedved - 1 - Fabio Cannavaro - 1 - Kaka - 1
Xavi - 1 - By country - Country
Wins
1
Brazil Brazil
8
2
Italy Italy 5 | 3-6 France France 4 | Netherlands Netherlands 4 | Argentina Argentina
4
Portugal Portugal - 4
7-10
Germany Ger mania - 1 - Czech Republic Czech Republic 1 - England England 1 - Spain Spain 1 - Young player of the year 2005 - Robinho, Santos 2006 - Lionel Messi, Barcelona
2007 - Lionel Messi, Barcelona
2008 - Lionel Messi, Barcelona and Argentina [6]
2009 - Sergio Aguero, Atlético Madrid and Argentina [5]
2010 - Thomas Muller , Bavaria, Munich and Germany [4]
2011 - Neymar, Santos and Brazil [3]
Judge of the year
2005 - Pierluigi Collina
2006 - Horacio Elisondo
Team of the year
2014 - Germany - 2013 - Bavaria - 2012 - Spain - 2011 - Barcelona
2010 - Spain
2009 - Barcelona
2008 - And Spain - 2007 - Milan - 2006 - Barcelona - 2005 - Liverpool - 2004 - Greece - 2003 - Milan
2002 - Brazil
2001 - Liverpool
2000 - France
1999 - Manchester United
1998 - France
1997 - Borussia Dortmund
1996 - Nigeria (Olympic team)
1995 - Ajax
1994 - Milan
1993 - Parma
1992 - Denmark - 1991 - France - 1990 - Germany - 1989 - Milan - 1988 - Netherlands - 1987 - Porto
1986 - Argentina
1985 - Everton
1984 - France
1983 - Hamburg
1982 - Brazil
Links
World Soccer magazine page
Note
↑ World Soccer Awards: Previous Winners. World Soccer (December 15, 2011). Retrieved January 11, 2012.
↑ (December 14, 2012) “Lionel Messi wins World Soccer Player of the Year award!”.
↑ 1 2 (December 15, 2011) “Lionel Messi wins World Soccer's Player of the Year” . ↑ 1 2 3 World Soccer (16 December 2010). Xavi voted World Soccer Player of the Year. Press release. Archived from the original on January 4, 2011. Retrieved December 15, 2011.
↑ 1 2 Messi voted World Soccer Player of the Year. World Soccer (December 10, 2009). Retrieved October 7, 2011.
↑ 1 2 Cristiano Ronaldo wins World Soccer award. World Soccer (December 11, 2008). Retrieved October 7, 2011.
↑ World Soccer Awards: Previous Winners (inaccessible link - history). World Soccer. Retrieved April 16, 2011. Archived from the original on November 14, 2006.


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