martes, 23 de agosto de 2011

PREMIOS A LOS MEJORES EN LOS MUNDIALES JUVENILES


FIFA Under-17 World Championships Awards

 
Since the beginning of the U-17 World Championship in 1985, FIFA gives three
awards : Golden Ball (for the best player), Golden Shoe (for the topscorer) and
Fair Play (for a national team).
 
Golden Ball 
 
YEAR   WINNER (country)
 
1985   César de OLIVEIRA (Brazil)
1987   Phillip OSUNDO (Nigeria)
       Moussa TRAORÉ (Ivory Coast)
1989   James WILL (Scotland)
1991   Nii LAMPTEY (Ghana)
1993   Daniel ADDO (Ghana)
1995   Mohamed KATHIRI (Oman)
1997   SERGIO Santamaria (Spain)
1999   Landon DONOVAN (United States)
2001   Florent SINAMA PONGOLLE (France)
2003   Francesc Fabregas "CESC" (Spain)
2005   ANDERSON Luis de Abreu Oliveira (Brazil)
2007   Toni KROOS (Germany)
 
FLORENT SINAMA PONGOLLE

TONI KROOS
 

FIFA Under-20 World Championships Awards

Since the beginning of the World Youth Championship in 1977, FIFA gives three
awards : Golden Ball (for the best player), Golden Shoe (for the topscorer) and
Fair Play (for a national team).
 
Golden Ball 
 
YEAR   WINNER (country)
 
1977   Vladimir BESSONOV (Soviet Union)
1979   Diego MARADONA (Argentina)
1981   Romulus GABOR (Romania)
1983   GEOVANI Silva (Brazil)
1985   Paulo SILAS (Brazil)
1987   Robert PROSINECKI (Yugoslavia)
1989   BISMARCK Barreto Faria (Brazil)
1991   Emilio PEIXE (Portugal)
1993   ADRIANO Gerlim da Silva (Brazil)
1995   CAIO Ribeiro Decoussau (Brazil)
1997   Nicolas OLIVERA (Uruguay)
1999   Seydou KEITA (Mali)    
2001   Javier SAVIOLA (Argentina)
2003   Ismail MATAR (UAE)
2005   Lionel MESSI (Argentina)
2007   Sergio AGÜERO (Argentina)
 
GEOVANI SILVA

EMILIO PEIXE

ISMAIL MATAR

Golden Shoe
 
YEAR   WINNER (country)                   GOALS

HENRY ZAMBRANO

JAVIER SAVIOLA

 
1977   QUINA (Brazil)                         4
1979   Ramón DIAZ (Argentina)                 8
1981   Mark KOUSSAS (Australia)               4
1983   GEOVANI Silva (Brazil)                 6
1985   Sebastian LOSADA (Spain)               3
1987   Marcel WITECZEK (West Germany)         7
1989   Oleg SALENKO (Soviet Union)            5
1991   Serguei CHERBAKOV (Soviet Union)       5
1993   Henry ZAMBRANO (Colombia)              3
1995   Joseba ETXEBERRIA (Spain)              7
1997   ADAÍLTON Martins (Brazil)             10
1999   PABLO González (Spain)                 5
2001   Javier SAVIOLA (Argentina)            11
2003   Ed JOHNSON (USA)                       4
2005   Lionel MESSI (Argentina)               6
2007   Sergio AGÜERO (Argentina)              6

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