12 Ocak 2015 Pazartesi

FIFA BALLON d'Or 2014-2015 ÖDÜLLERİ TAM LİSTESİ


12 Ocak 2015'te Zurich de yapılan ödül töreninde yılın futbolcusu ödülünü Christiano Ronaldo almıştır. Ballon d'Or ödülünü ilk kez bir kalecinin yani Manue Neure'in alması beklendiği ödül töreninde beklenen olmamış, bir kalecinin yılın futbolcusu ödülünü alması başka bir bahara kalmıştır.
The 2014 FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala was the fifth year for FIFA's awards for the top football players and coaches of the year. The awards were given out in Zürich on 12 January 2015. Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal won the FIFA Ballon d'Or.[1][2] The ceremony in Zürich was hosted by Kate Abdo.


Nominees

In late October 2014, the FIFA revealed shortlists for the FIFA Ballon d'Or, FIFA Women's World Player of the Year, and FIFA World Coaches of the Year. The shortlists for the women's awards were revealed on 24 October, and the men's shortlists were revealed on 28 October.

FIFA Ballon d'Or 2014

The results for the 2014 FIFA Ballon d'Or were:[3]
RankPlayerNationalityClubVotes
1Cristiano Ronaldo PortugalSpain Real Madrid37.66%
2Lionel Messi ArgentinaSpain Barcelona15.76%
3Manuel Neuer GermanyGermany Bayern Munich15.72%
The following 20 men were originally in contention for the 2014 FIFA Ballon d'Or:[4][3]
RankPlayerNationalityClubVotes
4Arjen Robben NetherlandsGermany Bayern Munich7.17%
5Thomas Müller GermanyGermany Bayern Munich5.42%
6Philipp Lahm GermanyGermany Bayern Munich2.90%
7Neymar BrazilSpain Barcelona2.21%
8James Rodríguez ColombiaFrance Monaco/Spain Real Madrid1.47%
9Toni Kroos GermanyGermany Bayern Munich/Spain Real Madrid1.43%
10Ángel Di María ArgentinaSpain Real Madrid/England Manchester United1.29%
11Diego Costa SpainSpain Atlético Madrid/England Chelsea1.02%
12Gareth Bale WalesSpain Real Madrid1.00%
13Zlatan Ibrahimović SwedenFrance Paris Saint-Germain1.00%
14Yaya Touré Ivory CoastEngland Manchester City0.86%
15Mario Götze GermanyGermany Bayern Munich0.84%
16Karim Benzema FranceSpain Real Madrid0.75%
17Andrés Iniesta SpainSpain Barcelona0.67%
18Bastian Schweinsteiger GermanyGermany Bayern Munich0.57%
19Javier Mascherano ArgentinaSpain Barcelona0.55%
20Thibaut Courtois BelgiumSpain Atlético Madrid/England Chelsea0.51%
21Eden Hazard BelgiumEngland Chelsea0.47%
22Paul Pogba FranceItaly Juventus0.40%
23Sergio Ramos SpainSpain Real Madrid0.33%

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FIFA Puskás Award

FIFA Presidential Award

  • Japan Hiroshi Kagawa, former Japanese footballer and current sports journalist.

FIFA Fair Play Award

Team of The Year 2014

PositionPlayerNational teamClub
GKManuel Neuer GermanyGermany Bayern Munich
DFSergio Ramos SpainSpain Real Madrid
DFDavid Luiz BrazilEngland Chelsea/France Paris Saint-Germain
DFThiago Silva BrazilFrance Paris Saint-Germain
DFPhilipp Lahm GermanyGermany Bayern Munich
MFAndrés Iniesta SpainSpain Barcelona
MFToni Kroos GermanyGermany Bayern Munich/Spain Real Madrid
MFÁngel Di María ArgentinaSpain Real Madrid/England Manchester United
FWArjen Robben NetherlandsGermany Bayern Munich
FWLionel Messi ArgentinaSpain Barcelona
FWCristiano Ronaldo PortugalSpain Real Madrid

FIFA Women's World Player of the Year

The following 10 players were named to the shortlist for the FIFA Women's World Player of the Year award:[5][3]
RankPlayerNationalityClubVotes
1Nadine Keßler GermanyGermany VfL Wolfsburg17.52%
2Marta BrazilSweden Tyresö FF
Sweden FC Rosengård
14.16%
3Abby Wambach United StatesUnited States Western New York Flash13.33%
4Nadine Angerer GermanyUnited States Portland Thorns
Australia Brisbane Roar
13.16%
5Aya Miyama JapanJapan Okayama Yunogo Belle10.48%
6Louisa Necib FranceFrance Lyon7.18%
7Nahomi Kawasumi JapanUnited States Seattle Reign
Japan INAC Kobe Leonessa
6.51%
8Verónica Boquete SpainUnited States Portland Thorns
Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt
6.15%
9Lotta Schelin SwedenFrance Lyon6.06%
10Nilla Fischer SwedenGermany VfL Wolfsburg5.45%

FIFA World Coach of the Year for Men's Football

The following 10 managers were named to the shortlist for the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Men's Football:[4][3]
RankCoachNationalityTeam(s)Votes
1Joachim Löw Germany Germany36.23%
2Carlo Ancelotti ItalySpain Real Madrid22.06%
3Diego Simeone ArgentinaSpain Atlético Madrid19.02%
4Pep Guardiola SpainGermany Bayern Munich8.67%
5José Mourinho PortugalEngland Chelsea6.16%
6Louis van Gaal Netherlands Netherlands
England Manchester United
3.15%
7Alejandro Sabella Argentina Argentina2.21%
8Antonio Conte ItalyItaly Juventus
 Italy
1.12%
9Jürgen Klinsmann Germany United States0.71%
10Manuel Pellegrini ChileEngland Manchester City0.67%

FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women's Football

The following 10 managers were named to the shortlist for the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women's Football:[5][3]
RankCoachNationalityTeam(s)Votes
1Ralf Kellermann GermanyGermany VfL Wolfsburg17.06%
2Maren Meinert Germany Germany U-2013.16%
3Norio Sasaki Japan Japan13.06%
4Pia Sundhage Sweden Sweden11.22%
5Philippe Bergeroo France France9.81%
6Peter Dedevbo Nigeria Nigeria U-209.62%
7Martina Voss-Tecklenburg Germany Switzerland9.45%
8Asako Takemoto Japan Japan U-178.47%
9Jorge Vida Spain Spain U-17
 Spain U-19
4.17%
10Laura Harvey EnglandUnited States Seattle Reign3.98%