Guerin d'Oro

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The Guerin d'Oro (Golden Guerin) is an annual prize instituted by the Italian weekly football magazine Guerin Sportivo, which, since 1976, is awarded to the player in Serie A with at least 19 games played, which has obtained the best average-media rating. The latter is obtained by calculating the average rating of each player's season, based on weekly rating reports of Guerin Sportivo and the three main Italian sports dailies, the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.

The most recent recipient of the Guerin d'Oro is Diego Milito of Inter Milan.[1]

Winners[edit]

Year Player Club
1976
Italy Claudio Sala
Torino
1977
Italy Claudio Sala
Torino
1978
Italy Roberto Filippi
Vicenza
1979
Italy Roberto Filippi
Napoli
1980
Italy Luciano Castellini
Napoli
1981
Netherlands Ruud Krol
Napoli
1982
Italy Franco Causio
Udinese
1983
Italy Pietro Vierchowod
Roma
1984
France Michel Platini
Juventus
1985
Argentina Diego Maradona
Napoli
1986
Italy Renato Zaccarelli
Torino
1987
Italy Walter Zenga
Internazionale
1988
Italy Roberto Mancini
Sampdoria
1989
Germany Andreas Brehme
Internazionale
1990
Italy Franco Baresi
Milan
1991
Italy Roberto Mancini
Sampdoria
1992
Netherlands Frank Rijkaard
Milan
1993
Italy Giuseppe Signori
Lazio
1994
Italy Daniele Massaro
Milan
1995
Portugal Paulo Sousa
Juventus
1996
Italy Enrico Chiesa
Sampdoria
1997
Italy Gianluca Pagliuca
Italy Angelo Peruzzi
France Lilian Thuram
Internazionale
Juventus
Parma
1998
Italy Francesco Totti
Roma
1999
Argentina Matías Almeyda
Lazio
2000
France Sébastien Frey
Verona
2001
Italy Roberto Baggio
Brescia
2002
Italy Christian Vieri
Internazionale
2003
Czech Republic Pavel Nedvěd
Juventus
2004
Italy Francesco Totti
Roma
2005
Italy Gianluca Pagliuca
Bologna
2006
Italy Luca Toni
Fiorentina
2007
Romania Adrian Mutu
Fiorentina
2008
Italy Mauro Camoranesi
Juventus
2009
Argentina Diego Milito
Genoa
2010
? ?
2011-2013
Cancelled Cancelled
2014
Argentina Carlitos Tevez
Juventus

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