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zudomiriku 22-10-2015 02:10 PM

FIFA's Ballon d'Or
Gareth Bale the only Brit on Ballon d'Or shortlist with Premier League stars Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez in the running behind Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo

* Manchester City trio Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne and Yaya Toure have been shortlisted
* Chelsea's Eden Hazard and Alexis Sanchez of Arsenal also in contention
* Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the frontrunners for the award

Wales winger Gareth Bale is the only British player included in FIFA's 23-man Ballon d'Or shortlist for the third successive year.

Bale is one of 11 players from Spain's Primera Division to make the list, with the Premier League and Bundesliga each contributing five.

Manchester City trio Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne and Yaya Toure have been shortlisted alongside Chelsea winger Eden Hazard and Alexis Sanchez, who backed up his Arsenal form by helping his country Chile to Copa America success in 2015.

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale is the only British player to be on the Ballon d'Or shortlist

Cristiano Ronaldo is another Real Madrid player who is on the 23-man shortlist for the award

Barcelona due Lionel Messi and Neymar are also in the running for the Ballon d'Or

But it is once again Real Madrid and Barcelona who dominate the list, from which one player will be voted as the year's best footballer at a ceremony in Zurich on January 11, 2016.

Bale is joined by 2014 winner Cristiano Ronaldo and fellow Real team-mates Karim Benzema, Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez, while Lionel Messi has Barcelona quartet Neymar, Luis Suarez, Andres Iniesta and Ivan Rakitic for company,

Bayern Munich are represented by Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller, Manuel Neuer, Arjen Robben and Arturo Vidal, while Paul Pogba of Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain's Zlatan Ibrahimovic complete the list.

Manchester City star Sergio Aguero is one of five representatives from the Premier League on the list

Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho are both on a 10-man shortlist for the coach of the year award, alongside Barcelona's Champions League-winning coach Luis Enrique and Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola.

Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli is the only national team coach on the list, which also includes Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri, Sevilla's Unai Emery, Laurent Blanc of PSG, Atletico Madrid chief Diego Simeone and Carlo Ancelotti, who left Real Madrid in the summer.

England women's coach Mark Sampson is on the coach of the year for women's football shortlist, alongside Englishmen Colin Bell (Frankfurt) and John Herdman (Canada), but there are no British footballers on the women's player of the year list.



BALLON D'OR SHORTLIST: Sergio Aguero (Argentina/Manchester City), Gareth Bale (Wales/Real Madrid), Karim Benzema (France/Real Madrid), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal/Real Madrid), Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium/Manchester City), Eden Hazard (Belgium/Chelsea), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden/Paris St Germain), Andres Iniesta (Spain/Barcelona), Toni Kroos (Germany/Real Madrid), Robert Lewandowski (Poland/Bayern Munich), Javier Mascherano (Argentina/Barcelona), Lionel Messi (Argentina/Barcelona), Thomas Muller (Germany/Bayern Munich), Manuel Neuer (Germany/Bayern Munich), Neymar (Brazil/Barcelona), Paul Pogba (France/Juventus), Ivan Rakitic (Croatia/Barcelona), Arjen Robben (Holland/Bayern Munich), James Rodriguez (Colombia/Real Madrid), Alexis Sanchez (Chile/Arsenal), Luis Suarez (Uruguay/Barcelona), Yaya Toure (Ivory Coast/Manchester City), Arturo Vidal (Chile/Bayern Munich).

COACH OF THE YEAR SHORTLIST: Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus), Carlo Ancelotti (Formerly of Real Madrid), Laurent Blanc (Paris St Germain), Unai Emery (Sevilla), Pep Guardiola (Bayern Munich), Luis Enrique (Barcelona), Jose Mourinho (Chelsea), Jorge Sampaoli (Chile), Diego Simeone (Atletico Madrid), Arsene Wenger (Arsenal).


Andi Istiabudi 22-10-2015 02:42 PM

Re: FIFA's Ballon d'Or 2015
Sepertinya Messi yang bakal menang :D

santo_kemp 23-10-2015 10:33 PM

Re: FIFA's Ballon d'Or 2015

Originally Posted by Andi Istiabudi (Post 624149)
Sepertinya Messi yang bakal menang :D

yup sepertinya masih Messi diatas :-w

Jodirama 24-10-2015 12:23 AM

Re: FIFA's Ballon d'Or 2015
tapi saingan berat nya bisa lewandowski sih nih. polandia bisa lolos euro gegara doi pirate*

Andi Istiabudi 24-10-2015 12:50 AM

Re: FIFA's Ballon d'Or 2015
Untuk 2 tahun kedepan sepertinya posisi 2 besar masih dipegang Messi dan Ronaldo :D

rio vander vidic 24-10-2015 11:58 AM

Re: FIFA's Ballon d'Or 2015
Memphis depay for ballon d'or..!! Wahahaha..

zudomiriku 12-01-2016 12:16 PM

Re: FIFA's Ballon d'Or 2015
Lionel Messi scoops FIFA Ballon d'Or award and is crowned world's best player ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar

* Lionel Messi claims fifth Ballon d'Or award after beating finalists Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar to 2015 gong
* Barcelona star said: 'It's an incredibly special moment. It's more than anything I ever dreamed of as a kid'
* Messi received 41.33 per cent of the votes, Ronaldo earned 27.76 per cent with Neymar amassing 7.86 per cent
* Wendell Lira won the Puskas award for team goal of the year after finishing team move for Goianesia in Brazil
* Barcelona manager Luis Enrique was named Coach of the Year after guiding the Catalan club to five titles
* USA's Carli Lloyd claimed the Women's Player of the Year award while Jill Ellis won the Coach of the Year gong

Lionel Messi moved brilliance to another level as he was presented with the Ballon d’Or for the fifth time in his extraordinary career.

The greatest player of this generation was recognised by international captains, managers and journalists for his outstanding performances during 2015, when Barcelona became the first team to complete the treble of league, cup and Champions League for the second time.

Messi’s performances were, at times, mesmerising and his highlights from the past 12 months include his goal against Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-final, when he chipped Manuel Neuer from six yards, and his solo run against Athletic Bilbao in the Copa del Rey final.

Barcelona star Lionel Messi poses with the Ballon d'Or award after claiming the gong for the fifth time in his career on Monday night

That goal was a contender for the Puskas Award, which is given to mark the previous year’s golden goal, but on this occasion, Messi had to settle for minor honours. Wendell Lira, a Brazilian forward, won it for his spectacular overhead kick for Goianesia.

Still, he arrived in Zurich on Monday at the peak of his powers, which was a stark contrast to 12 months ago when he was sullen amid intense speculation that all was not well behind the scenes at the Nou Camp after Messi had been dropped for a game against Real Sociedad.

His numbers since, though, have been stunning, with 53 appearances for Barcelona over the calendar year yielding 48 goals and 23 assists. Cristiano Ronaldo, his great foe, may have outscored him – 54 in 52 games for Real Madrid – but Messi’s form has been on another level. Those figures would have been even greater had a hamstring injury not cost him two months.

‘It is a very special moment for me to be back on this stage having watched Cristiano (Ronaldo) win it for the last two years,’ said Messi, who was clearly overcome when presented with the award in Zurich’s Kongresshaus.

‘It is incredible that it is my fifth Ballon d’Or, it is more than anything I could have dreamed of when I was a kid. I want to thank all my team-mates as without them none of this would be possible. I also want to thank football for everything, both the good and the bad. It has made me learn.’

There is undoubtedly a degree of ostentation to the Ballon d’Or ceremony, which is growing bigger by the year, but that should not detract from how remarkable Messi has been over the past decade. He has been first or second every year since 2008.

To put this into context, luminaries such as Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldinho and Luis Figo only won the Ballon d’Or once and it is difficult to imagine a time in the future when his figure is eclipsed. Certainly, his compatriot Ezequiel Lavazzi, the Paris Saint-Germain forward, thinks that will be impossible as he envisages more success for Messi.



Ballon d'Or: Lionel Messi

Women's world player of the year: Carli Lloyd

Puskas award: Wendell Lira

World coach of the year for men's football: Luis Enrique

World coach of the year for women's football: Jill Ellis

World XI: Manuel Neuer; Thiago Silva, Marcelo, Sergio Ramos, Dani Alves; Andres Iniesta, Luka Modric, Paul Pogba; Neymar, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo.

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‘He is breaking all kinds of records,’ said Lavezzi of a player who has scored 458 goals for Barcelona. ‘When is he going to stop? It all depends on him, really. When it comes to difficult games, he is always there. He makes a difference when teams most need it. He can score any type of goal. He can be on the pitch for a little, score two goals then he goes home happy.’

So what was Messi’s highlight of 2015? And what is the motivation to keep going when he has done everything there is to be done in Catalonia?

‘I try to beat my previous self and reach all our goals,’ said Messi. ‘Last year thankfully I managed to reach almost all of them. It was an amazing year that filled us with pride after such good work. It is hard to single out one moment. Our year was full of happiness and victories. It is hard to pick one.

‘These are good players (at Barcelona) with extraordinary quality. We hope that they are going to make us grow. I feel proud of having achieved everything that I have achieved, all my titles. It is always harder to win when you have won before. To come here for the ninth time is truly amazing.’

Wednall Lira wept after winning the FIFA Puskas Award ahead of Messi for his finish in a stunning team goal move by Goianesia in Brazil

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique was named FIFA's World Coach of the Year at the Ballon d'Or ceremony after winning five titles in 2015

USA and Houston Dash star Carli Lloyd collected the FIFA Women's World Player of the Year award at the Ballon d'Or 2015 ceremony

United States coach Jill Ellis collected the FIFA Women's World Coach of the Year at the Ballon d'Or 2015 ceremony in Switzerland

If there is to be someone who comes and challenges his supremacy in the future, it will be his colleague Neymar. The Brazilian, who is every inch a superstar, looks primed to get better and better in Barcelona. He has thrived under Luis Enrique, who was named Coach of the Year, but all he is thinking of for the moment is about self-improvement.

‘I don’t know if I am up to their level,’ Neymar said, when asked how he compares himself to Messi and Ronaldo. ‘These are two idols and if you have idols, it is difficult to perceive yourself as an equal or better. I have admired them for many years and it is an honour to be here with them.

‘I want to improve every single match and that is more important than being better than them. I am happy. The goals I have to thank my team-mates for that, Leo and the others. We set our own goals, our own history. Those two have made history and are still making it.’

L-R: Thiago Silva, Luka Modric Marcelo, Paul Pogba, Sergio Ramos, Neymar, Dani Alves, Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta and Cristiano Ronaldo pose after being selected in FIFA's FIFPro World XI for 2015

Lionel Messi topped the voting for the Ballon d'Or with an emphatic 41.33 per cent of the vote on Monday

A pick of the voting for the Ballon d'Or award for best player from international captains across the world



zudomiriku 25-10-2016 10:06 AM

Re: FIFA's Ballon d'Or 2015 & 2016
Jamie Vardy is the only Englishman on 30-man Ballon d'Or shortlist as he is joined by Leicester team-mate Riyad Mahrez in battle with Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Co

* The shortlist for the Ballon d'Or was revealed throughout Monday
* Jamie Vardy scored 24 goals as Leicester won the Premier League
* Cristiano Ronaldo won Champions League and European Championship
* Five-time winner Lionel Messi unsurprisingly makes the 30-man shortlist

Leicester City's fairytale has continued with their two standout performers recognised now on the global stage.

Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez catapulted the Foxes to a maiden Premier League title - in undoubtedly the story of last season.

And consequently their feats have seen them rubbing shoulders with the very best footballers on the planet after making the cut for this year's Ballon d'Or.



Sergio Aguero

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Gareth Bale

Gianluigi Buffon

Cristiano Ronaldo

Kevin De Bruyne

Paulo Dybala

Diego Godín

Antoine Griezmann

Gonzalo Higuain

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Andres Iniesta


Toni Kroos

Robert Lewandowski

Hugo Lloris

Riyad Mahrez

Lionel Messi

Luka Modric

Thomas Muller

Manuel Neuer


Dimitri Payet


Paul Pogba

Rui Patricio

Sergio Ramos

Luis Suarez

Jamie Vardy

Arturo Vidal
Cristiano Ronaldo has been nominated on the 30-man shortlist for this year's Ballon d'Or

Vardy, who scored 24 goals in a historic season for the Foxes, was named on a 30-man list of nominees for the prestigious award, which is currently held by Barcelona star Lionel Messi.

France Football, the sole organisers of the prize given to the best footballer in the world following a split from FIFA, revealed Vardy was in contention in a tweet published on Monday evening.

The Sheffield-born player is the only Englishman nominated, while Real Madrid's Gareth Bale represents Wales after his heroics at Euro 2016.

It's been another stellar calendar year for Cristiano Ronaldo and the superstar's feats have seen him named on the shortlist for the Ballon d'Or too.

The Portuguese forward has made the 30-man cut for the prestigious award - which heralds the greatest player of the past 12 months.

He was among the first batch of nominees to be announced by France Football - with all 30 revealed throughout Monday.

Manchester United's Paul Pogba is one of eight Premier League players on 30-man shortlist

The 31-year-old has shone for club and country in 2016 - scoring the winning penalty as Real Madrid won the Champions League in May before captaining Portugal to their first European Championship two months later.

Real's No 7 is joined by his perennial rival Messi - with the pair having held a duopoly on the coveted gong since 2008.

While Messi didn't enjoy the success that Ronaldo had last season, he did win La Liga and the Copa Del Rey with Barcelona. He also led Argentina to the Copa America final.

Messi's striking partners at the Camp Nou, Luis Suarez and Neymar, are unsurprisingly included after enjoying stellar seasons.

The Uruguayan outscored Messi and Ronaldo in La Liga to claim the Pichichi while the Brazilian scored and provided a hatful of wondrous efforts as Luis Enrique's men won four trophies.

Meanwhile Ronaldo is joined by Real team-mate Bale on the shortlist - with the 26-year-old also shining on the club and international stage.



Argentina - Four players

France - 4

Spain - 3

Portugal - 3

Germany - 3

Uruguay - 2

Algeria - 1

Belgium - 1

Brazil - 1

Chile - 1

Croatia - 1

England - 1

Gabon - 1

Italy - 1

Poland - 1

Sweden - 1

Wales - 1
As well as his role in guiding Real to their 11th European Cup, the forward inspired Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016.

Aside from the dynamic duo there is Premier League representation in the form of Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne.

Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is included alongside team-mate Paul Pogba, who won a domestic double with former club Juventus and also helped France reach the European Championship final in the summer.

Pogba's national team-mate Hugo Lloris is also included on the 30-strong shortlist. The Frenchman almost led his country to Euro 2016 glory and helped Tottenham achieve Champions League qualification last season.

West Ham golden boy Dimitri Payet is in the running for the coveted trophy after a sparkling first season in the Premier League, while Antoine Griezmann makes up the quartet of Frenchman nominated.



La Liga - 13 players

Premier League - 8

Bundesliga - 5

Serie A - 3

Primeira Liga - 1
Robert Lewandowski and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are two of five Bundesliga stars on the shortlist after their incredible goalscoring exploits. Bayern Munich trio Arturo Vidal, Manuel Neuer and Thomas Muller are also in the running.

This year's Ballon d'Or is judged solely by a panel of journalists after FIFA and France Football parted ways.

In 2010 they merged to form the FIFA Ballon d'Or, a combination of the previous Fifa World Player of the Year prize with the French publication's prestigious individual prize, but now that is no more.


membawa Madrid juara UCL ke-11 trus membawa Portugal juara Euro'16, ini mah 99,99% pasti Ronaldo yg dapat

Andi Istiabudi 25-10-2016 04:05 PM

Re: FIFA's Ballon d'Or 2015 & 2016
Kayaknya sih Ronaldo deh, apalagi dia sukses mengantar Portugal juara Piala Eropa kemarin :)
Messi mungkin masih masuk 3 besar tapi kemungkinan gak menang karena akhir-akhir ini sering cidera..

rio vander vidic 25-10-2016 04:47 PM

Re: FIFA's Ballon d'Or 2015 & 2016
Law, Robson, Best, Ronaldo

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