Pallone d'Argento

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The Pallone d'Argento – Coppa Giaime Fiumanò (Silver Ball) is an annual award instituted by the Unione Stampa Sportiva Italiana (Italian Sports Press Union) or USSI. It is presented to the Serie A player who has been considered to have "the most fairest and for football talent, sporting correctness, good morality and for generosity towards the weak" over the previous season.

As of 2014, the most recent recipient of the USSI Silver Ball is Giuseppe Rossi of Fiorentina.[1][2]

Winners[edit]

Season Player Club
1999–00
Italy Paolo Negro
Lazio
2000–01
Italy Damiano Tommasi
Roma
2001–02
Argentina Javier Zanetti
Internazionale
2002–03
Italy Ciro Ferrara
Juventus
2003–04
Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko
Milan
2004–05
Italy Gianfranco Zola
Cagliari
2005–06
Italy Luca Toni
Fiorentina
2006–07
Brazil Kaká
Milan
2007–08
Italy Francesco Totti
Roma
2008–09
Italy Alessandro Del Piero
Juventus
2009–10
Italy Morgan De Sanctis
Napoli
2010–11
Italy Antonio Di Natale
Udinese
2011–12
Italy Andrea Pirlo
Juventus
2012–13
Italy Stephan El Shaarawy
Milan
2013–14
Italy Giuseppe Rossi
Fiorentina

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