Globe Soccer Awards

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Antonio Conte with the Best Coach of the Year award (2013)
Franck Ribéry with the Best Player of the Year award (2013)
Jorge Mendes with the Best Agent of the Year award (2013)

The Globe Soccer Awards are the annual awards given for excellence in football. The EFAA (European Association of Player's Agents) and the ECA (European Club Association), are organizing the Globe Soccer Awards. The Globe Soccer Awards have filled the gap in the panorama of football awards to mark a season of commitment at the highest possible level. Every year Globe Soccer organizes an official Gala Dinner. In this occasion the leading footballing names from all the continents attend the award ceremony which is broadcast live on many TV Networks.

History[edit]

2010[edit]

  • In December 2010, during the closing gala, the Audi Football Night, the winners of the Globe Soccer Awards were announced:[1]
  1. Best agent of the year – Portugal Jorge Mendes
  2. Best director of the year – Spain Miguel Ángel Gil Marín (Atlético Madrid)
  3. Special Career Award – Italy Adriano Galliani (Milan)
  4. Coach Career Award – Netherlands Johan Cruyff (Barcelona)

2011[edit]

  • In December 2011, the awards were to:[2]
  1. Best Club of the year – Spain Barcelona
  2. Best player of the year – Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
  3. Player's career – Italy Alessandro Del Piero (Juventus)
  4. Best agent of the year – Portugal Jorge Mendes
  5. Greatest media attraction in football – Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
  6. Director’s Career – Portugal Pinto da Costa (Porto)

2012[edit]

  • In December 2012, ten awards were awarded in Dubai in the categories:[3]
  1. Best Club of the year – Spain Atlético Madrid
  2. Best player of the year – Colombia Radamel Falcao (Atlético de Madrid)
  3. Player's career – France Éric Abidal (Barcelona)
  4. Best player of the Century – Argentina Diego Maradona
  5. Best agent of the year – Portugal Jorge Mendes
  6. Agent's career – Netherlands Rob Jansen
  7. Best coach of the year – Portugal José Mourinho (Real Madrid)
  8. Best goal scorer of the UAE – United Arab Emirates Hassan Mohamed (Dubai CSC)
  9. Greatest media attraction in football – Portugal José Mourinho (Real Madrid)
  10. Special award – France Michel Platini

2013[edit]

  • In December 2013, the awards were to:[4]
  1. Best Player of the Year - France Franck Ribéry (Bayern Munich)
  2. Fans Favourite Player - Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
  3. Best Agent of the Year - Portugal Jorge Mendes
  4. Agent Career Award - Italy Giovanni Branchini
  5. Player Career Award - Portugal Deco
  6. Best Coach of the Year - Italy Antonio Conte (Juventus)
  7. Coach Career Award - Spain Pep Guardiola (Bayern Munich)
  8. Best Media Attraction in Football - Spain Pep Guardiola (Bayern Munich)
  9. Best Club of the Year - Germany Bayern Munich
  10. Record Breaking Player Award - Spain Xavi (Barcelona)
  11. Best Coach in the GCC - United Arab Emirates Mahdi Ali (United Arab Emirates)

2014[edit]

  • In December 2014, the awards were to:[5]
  1. Best Player of The Year - Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
  2. Best Agent of the Year - Portugal Jorge Mendes
  3. Player Career Award - Italy Filippo Inzaghi
  4. Best Coach of the Year - Italy Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid)
  5. Best Media Attraction in Football - Italy Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid)
  6. Best Club of the Year - Spain Real Madrid
  7. Best President of the Year - Spain Florentino Pérez (Real Madrid)
  8. Best Revelation Player of the Year - Colombia James Rodríguez (Real Madrid)
  9. Best Referee of the Year - Italy Nicola Rizzoli
  10. Best Media Executive - Italy Riccardo Silva
  11. Best Arab Player of The Year - Morocco Medhi Benatia

2015[edit]

  • In December 2015, the awards were to:[6]
  1. Best Player of The Year - Argentina Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
  2. Best Agent of the Year - Portugal Jorge Mendes
  3. First Player Career Award - Italy Andrea Pirlo
  4. Second Player Career Award - England Frank Lampard
  5. Best Coach of the Year - Belgium Marc Wilmots (Belgium)
  6. Best Media Attraction in Football - Spain Barcelona
  7. Best Media Executive - Spain Javier Bordas
  8. Best Club of the Year - Spain Barcelona
  9. Best President of the Year - Spain Josep Maria Bartomeu (Barcelona)
  10. Best Referee of the Year - Uzbekistan Ravshan Irmatov
  11. Best Club Academy - Portugal Benfica
  12. Best Player in the GCC - Saudi Arabia Yasser Al-Shahrani (Al-Hilal)

2016[edit]

In December 2016, the awards were to:[7]

  1. Best Player of The Year - Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
  2. Goodwill Award - Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
  3. Best Club of the Year - Spain Real Madrid
  4. Best President of the Year - Spain Florentino Pérez (Real Madrid)
  5. Best Coach of the Year - Portugal Fernando Santos
  6. Best Referee of the Year - England Mark Clattenburg
  7. Best Player in the GCC - United Arab Emirates Omar Abdulrahman (Al Ain)
  8. Best Club in the GCC - Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal FC
  9. Best Arab Player of The Year - Egypt Mohamed Salah
  10. Best Chinese Player of The Year - China Zheng Zhi (Guangzhou Evergrande)
  11. Best Agent of the Year - Italy Mino Raiola
  12. Player Career Award - Argentina Javier Zanetti
  13. Player Career Award - Cameroon Samuel Eto'o
  14. Special Award - Spain Unai Emery
  15. Best Sports Media Agency of the Year - MP & Silva

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