Archive for the ‘Balón de Oro’ Category

Balón de Oro (Revista France Football)

diciembre 1, 2006

1956 Stanley Matthews (Blackpool)
1957 Alfredo Di Stefano (Real Madrid)
1958 Raymond Kopa (Real Madrid)
1959 Alfredo Di Stefano (Real Madrid)
1960 Luis Suárez (FC Barcelona)
1961 Omar Sivori (Juventus)
1962 Josef Masopust (Dukla Prague)
1963 Lev Yashin (Dynamo Moscow)
1964 Dennis Law (Manchester United FC)
1965 Eusebio (Benfica)
1966 Bobby Charlton (Manchester United FC)
1967 Florian Albert (Ferencvaros TC)
1968 George Best (Manchester United FC)
1969 Gianni Rivera (AC Milan)
1970 Gerd Müller (Bayern Munich)

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1971 Johan Cruyff (Ajax)
1972 Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern Munich)
1973 Johan Cruyff (Ajax/FC Barcelona)
1974 Johan Cruyff (FC Barcelona)
1975 Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kiev)
1976 Franz Beckenbauer (Bayen Munich)
1977 Allan Simosen (Borussia Monchegladbach)
1978 Kevin Keegan (Hamburg SV)
1979 Kevin Keegan (Hamburg SV)
1980 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern Munich)
1981 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern Munich)
1982 Paolo Rossi (Juventus FC)

Miche Platini
1983 Michel Platini (Juventus FC)
1984 Michel Platini (Juventus FC)
1985 Michel Platini (Juventus FC)
1986 Igor Belanov (Dinamo Kiev)
1987 Ruud Gullit (AC Milan)
1988 Marco Van Basten (AC Milan)
1989 Marco Van Basten (AC Milan)
Alfredo Di Stefano (Super Balón de Oro)
1990 Lothar Matthaus (Internazionale)
1991 Jean-Pierre Papin (Olympique Marseille)
1992 Marco Van Basten (AC Milan)
1993 Roberto Baggio (Juventus)
1994 Hristo Stoichkov (FC Barcelona)
1995 George Weah (AC Milan)
Diego Maradona (Balón de Oro Honorífico)
1996 Matthias Sammer (Borussia Dortmund)
1997 Ronaldo (FC Barcelona/Internazionale)
1998 Zinedine Zidane (Juventus)
1999 Rivaldo (FC Barcelona)
2000 Luis Figo (FC Barcelona/Real Madrid)
2001 Michael Owen (Liverpool FC)
2002 Ronaldo (Internazionale/Real Madrid)
2003 Pavel Nedved (Juventus)
2004 Andriy Shevckenko (AC Milan)
2005 Ronaldinho (FC Barcelona)
2006 Fabio Cannavaro (Juventus/Real Madrid)

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