2010 South American Footballer of the Year

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Andrés D'Alessandro is the South American Footballer of the Year for 2010.

The 2010 South American Footballer of the Year, given to the best football player in South America by Uruguayan newspaper El País through voting by journalists across the continent, was awarded to Andrés D'Alessandro of Internacional on December 30, 2010.[1]

Andrés D'Alessandro won the award for the first time ahead of two-time holder Juan Sebastián Verón. D'Alessandro became the second Inter player to win the award.

Rankings[edit]

Rank Player Nationality Club Points
1 Andrés D'Alessandro  Argentina Brazil Internacional 61
2 Juan Sebastián Verón  Argentina Argentina Estudiantes 51
3 Neymar  Brazil Brazil Santos 47
4 Darío Conca  Argentina Brazil Fluminense 46
5 Santiago Silva  Uruguay Argentina Vélez Sársfield 35
6 Mauricio Victorino  Uruguay Chile Universidad de Chile 33
7 Hilario Navarro  Argentina Argentina Independiente 28
8 Néicer Reasco  Ecuador Ecuador LDU Quito 26
9 Egidio Arévalo  Uruguay Uruguay Peñarol 24
Leandro Desábato  Argentina Argentina Estudiantes 24
Giuliano  Brazil Brazil Internacional 24
12 Pablo Guiñazú  Argentina Brazil Internacional 23
13 Humberto Suazo  Chile Mexico Monterrey 19
14 Thiago Ribeiro  Brazil Brazil Cruzeiro 17
Martín Silva  Uruguay Uruguay Defensor Sporting 17
16 Bolívar  Brazil Brazil Internacional 14
Guillermo Ochoa  Mexico Mexico América 14
18 Kléber  Brazil Brazil Palmeiras 13
Rogério Ceni  Brazil Brazil São Paulo 13
20 Roberto Carlos  Brazil Brazil Corinthians 11
Gary Medel  Chile Argentina Boca Juniors 11
Walter Montillo  Argentina Brazil Cruzeiro 11
Miguel Pinto  Chile Chile Universidad de Chile 11
24 Giovanni Moreno  Colombia Argentina Racing 10
Renan  Brazil Brazil Internacional 10
26 Juan Pablo Carrizo  Argentina Argentina River Plate 9
Luis Ernesto Michel  Mexico Mexico Guadalajara 9
Victor  Brazil Brazil Grêmio 9
29 Norberto Araujo  Argentina Ecuador LDU Quito 8
Fábio  Brazil Brazil Cruzeiro 8
Índio  Brazil Brazil Internacional 8
Rodrigo Mora  Uruguay Uruguay Defensor Sporting 8
33 Rodrigo Braña  Argentina Argentina Estudiantes 7
José Francisco Cevallos  Ecuador Ecuador LDU Quito 7
35 Sebastián Abreu  Uruguay Brazil Botafogo 6
Ulises de la Cruz  Ecuador Ecuador LDU Quito 6
Nei  Brazil Brazil Internacional 6
Agustín Orión  Argentina Argentina Estudiantes 6
Emiliano Papa  Argentina Argentina Vélez Sársfield 6
40 Marcos Assunção  Brazil Brazil Palmeiras 5
Diego Barreto  Paraguay Paraguay Cerro Porteño 5
Omar Bravo  Mexico Mexico Guadalajara 5
Fabián Cubero  Argentina Argentina Vélez Sársfield 5
Rafael Moura  Brazil Brazil Goiás 5
Jorge Valdivia  Chile Brazil Palmeiras 5
46 Alex Silva  Brazil Brazil São Paulo 4
Elias  Brazil Brazil Atlético Goianiense 4
Jorge Guagua  Ecuador Ecuador LDU Quito 4
Leo Moura  Brazil Brazil Flamengo 4
Lucas Mareque  Argentina Argentina Independiente 4
Mariano  Brazil Brazil Fluminense 4
Juan Manuel Martínez  Argentina Argentina Vélez Sársfield 4
Sebastián Peratta  Argentina Argentina Newell's Old Boys 4
Enzo Pérez  Argentina Argentina Estudiantes 4
Pedro Sarabia  Paraguay Paraguay Libertad 4
Andrés Scotti  Uruguay Chile Colo-Colo 4

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ "Andrés D'Alessandro was voted best player of America". CONMEBOL. December 30, 2010. Retrieved January 4, 2011. 

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