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Pablo Martin Paez ‘Gavi’Barcelona midfielder, has been awarded the Golden Boy award for the best European under-21 player of the year, awarded by the Italian newspaper Tuttosport. The 18-year-old winner outvoted Eduardo Camavinga (Real Madrid), Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund) and jamal musiala (Bayern) to succeed his teammate in the record pedri. On November 7 she will receive the award in Turin.
Spanish football was notably represented at the Gala held in Palermo, with the awards for the best footballers of the year being awarded to Alexia Putellas Y Karim Benzemawho on Monday had been recognized at the Ballon d’Or.
Spain thus accumulates two consecutive Golden Boy, something that only the Brazilians had achieved Anderson Oliveira Y Alexander Duck in 2008 and 2009. The award was inaugurated by Raphael van der Vaartwhich in 2003 preceded Wayne Rooney Y Cristiano Ronaldo.
Fourth Spanish in the winners
Throughout history, two other Spaniards had won the award: Cesc Fabregas in 2006 and Isco Alarcon in 2012. Names such as Leo Messi (2005), Sergio ‘Kun’ Aguero (2007), mario balotelli (201), Mario Gotze (2011), Paul Pogba (2013), Anthony Martial (2015), Kylian Mbappe (2017) and joao felix (2019), among others.
Florentino Pereztop manager of Real Madrid, was awarded as best president, while Carlo Ancelottiwhite box technician and Jose Mourinho (Rome), shared the distinction for the best coach.
Other awardees were Paolo Maldini as best manager, Raphael Pimenta best Agent, Andriy Shevchenko in honor of his career, as well as nicole arcangeli Y Fabio Miretti as the best Italian sub’21 and the German Jules Brand best sub’21 continental.
According to the criteria of
- FC Barcelona
- Isco Alarcon
- Eduardo Camavinga
- real Madrid
- Carlo Ancelotti
- Jose Mourinho
- Leo Messi
- joao felix
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