FIFA the best award 2019.

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Puskas Award: Daniel Zsori – Debrecen FC vs Ferencváros (16 February 2019)


Best Male Coach: Jurgen Klopp

Klopp’s reaction: “Wow. It’s quite heavy! I have to say thank you to a lot of people, start with my family sitting at home watching. Nobody would have expected this 20 years ago, five years ago, four years ago.
Mauricio I won that game, that’s why I’m here not you. That’s just how football is.
I say thank you to my oustanding club, LFC. Whoever doesn’t love it has no heart
I have to thank my team. As a coach, you can only be as good as your team.
I’m really proud of being a manager of an incredible bunch.
I don’t understand 100% individual prizes. But I get it. I’m here for a lot of people
We are all here on the really good side of life. There are people out there who do not have the same situation. From today on I am a member of the Common Goal family. If you don’t know it, Google it”


The Fans’ Award: Silvia Grecco


Best Women’s Goalkeeper: Sari van Veenendaal.


Veenedaal’s reaction: “There’s always a first time.
“The girl playing on the street had a dream, of playing for big clubs
“Like Arsenal and Atletico Madrid.
“And now she wanted to be the best player. And now she’s the best goalkeeper.
“I think it’s something to be really proud of.
“But a trophy as a team player, as you’re never on your own.”


Best Men’s Goalkeeper: Alisson Beckker.

Best Women’s Coach of the Year: Jill Ellis.

Best Women’s Player Award: Megan Rapinoe

Rapinoe’s reaction: “Thanks to all my friends who put up with all my s*** this year.
“The French Football Federation and FIFA put on a truly wonderful World Cup.
‘To be a part of it was indescribable.”


FIFA Fair Play Award: Leeds United.



Messi (1st)
Van Dijk (2nd)
Ronaldo (3rd).

On their website, FIFA said of Messi: “In a glittering and superlative career to date, there are few personal accolades and records that Lionel Messi has not won.
“One that had eluded him was the title of The Best FIFA Men’s Player – until this year.
“After a magnificent domestic campaign which saw the evergreen Argentinean once more helped his side to the Spanish La Liga title, the tenth of his career, he also claimed the European Golden Shoe for the sixth time after netting 36 league goals in 2018/19.

“His remarkable goalscoring record did not hinder his ability to help his team-mates, with La Pulga registering the most La Liga assists (13) throughout the campaign.
“His brilliance also helped the Blaugrana to the UEFA Champions League semi-finals and the Copa Del Rey final while he played his part in Argentina’s third-place finish at the Copa America. It may have taken four attempts, but Messi is now The Best.”


FIFpro Women’s X1

Sari van Veenendaal
Lucy Bronze
Wendy Renard
Nilla Fisher
Kelley O’Hara
Amandine Henry
Julie Ertz
Rose Lavalle
Megan Rapinoe
Alex Morgan


FIFpro Men’s X1

Alisson Becker
Matthijs de Ligt

Sergio Ramos
Virgil Van Dijk
Luka Modric
Eden Hazard
Frenkie de Jong
Kylian Mbappe
Cristiano Ronaldo
Lionel Messi

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