Onze d'Or

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The Onze d'Or (alternative name: Onze Mondial European Footballer of the Year) is an association football award given by French magazine Onze Mondial since 1976. The award honors the best player in Europe, with any player in a European league eligible. Since 1991, there has also been a vote for the best coach of the year.

Onze Mondial's readers select their ideal team of the season, Onze de Onze ("Onze's eleven"), and among those players they choose the top three, who receive the Onze d'Or ("Golden Onze"), Onze d'Argent ("Silver Onze"), and Onze de Bronze ("Bronze Onze") respectively. The awards were based on the previous calendar year until 2009, but moved to a seasonal format beginning with the 2010–11 season.[1]

Three players have won the Onze d'Or three times: Michel Platini (1983–85), Zinedine Zidane (1998, 2000–01) and Lionel Messi (2009–12).[2] At the 20-year anniversary of the magazine in 1995, a Super Onze d'Or was chosen among the previous winners; the top five players selected were: Michel Platini, Marco van Basten, Diego Maradona, Roberto Baggio and Romário.[1]

Winners

Year Onze d'Or Onze d'Argent Onze de Bronze
1976 Netherlands Robert Rensenbrink England Kevin Keegan France Dominique Rocheteau
1977 England Kevin Keegan France Michel Platini Denmark Allan Simonsen
1978 Argentina Mario Kempes Austria Johann Krankl Netherlands Robert Rensenbrink
1979 England Kevin Keegan (2) England Trevor Francis Netherlands Robert Rensenbrink (2)
1980 Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge England Kevin Keegan (2) Germany Horst Hrubesch
1981 Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (2) Germany Paul Breitner Belgium Jan Ceulemans
1982 Italy Paolo Rossi France Alain Giresse Brazil Falcão
1983 France Michel Platini Brazil Falcão Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
1984 France Michel Platini (2) France Jean Tigana Denmark Preben Elkjær Larsen
1985 France Michel Platini (3) Denmark Preben Elkjær Larsen Argentina Diego Maradona
1986 Argentina Diego Maradona France Manuel Amoros England Gary Lineker
1987 Argentina Diego Maradona (2) Netherlands Marco van Basten France Jean Tigana
1988 Netherlands Marco van Basten Netherlands Ruud Gullit Argentina Diego Maradona (2)
1989 Netherlands Marco van Basten (2) Netherlands Ruud Gullit (2) France Jean-Pierre Papin
1990 Germany Lothar Matthäus Italy Salvatore Schillaci France Jean-Pierre Papin (2)
1991 France Jean-Pierre Papin England Chris Waddle Germany Lothar Matthäus
1992 Bulgaria Hristo Stoitchkov Netherlands Marco van Basten (2) France Jean-Pierre Papin (3)
1993 Italy Roberto Baggio Croatia Alen Bokšić Brazil Romário
1994 Brazil Romário Bulgaria Hristo Stoitchkov Italy Roberto Baggio
1995 Liberia George Weah Italy Roberto Baggio Italy Paolo Maldini
1996 France Eric Cantona Liberia George Weah Germany Matthias Sammer
1997 Brazil Ronaldo France Zinedine Zidane Italy Marco Simone
1998 France Zinedine Zidane France Fabien Barthez France Emmanuel Petit
1999 Brazil Rivaldo England David Beckham France Zinedine Zidane
2000 France Zinedine Zidane (2) Portugal Luís Figo France Thierry Henry
2001 France Zinedine Zidane (3) England Michael Owen France Robert Pirès
2002 Brazil Ronaldo (2) France Zinedine Zidane (2) Brazil Ronaldinho
2003 France Thierry Henry France Zinedine Zidane (3) England David Beckham
2004 Ivory Coast Didier Drogba France Thierry Henry Brazil Ronaldinho (2)
2005 Brazil Ronaldinho England Steven Gerrard France Thierry Henry (2)
2006 France Thierry Henry (2) Brazil Ronaldinho France Franck Ribéry
2007 Brazil Kaká Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Ivory Coast Didier Drogba
2008 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Argentina Lionel Messi France Franck Ribéry (2)
2009 Argentina Lionel Messi Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (2) Spain Andrés Iniesta
2010–11 Argentina Lionel Messi (2) Spain Andrés Iniesta Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
2011–12 Argentina Lionel Messi (3) Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (3) Colombia Radamel Falcao
2014–15[a] France Antoine Griezmann France Paul Pogba France Alexandre Lacazette
2016–17[4] Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (2) Argentina Lionel Messi (2) France Antoine Griezmann
Lionel Messi is the co-record winner alongside Michel Platini and Zinedine Zidane.

Wins by player

Among his record seven Onze awards, Zinedine Zidane won three Onze d'Ors, equal to Michel Platini and Lionel Messi.
Player Onze d'Or Onze d'Argent Onze de Bronze Total
France Zinedine Zidane 3 3 1 7
Argentina Lionel Messi 3 2 0 5
France Michel Platini 3 1 0 4
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo 2 3 1 6
England Kevin Keegan 2 2 0 4
Netherlands Marco van Basten 2 2 0 4
France Thierry Henry 2 1 2 5
Argentina Diego Maradona 2 0 2 4
Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 2 0 1 3
Brazil Ronaldo 2 0 0 2

Coach of the Year

Year Coach Club
1991 Belgium Raymond Goethals France Marseille
1992 Netherlands Johan Cruyff Spain Barcelona
1993 Belgium Raymond Goethals France Marseille
1994 Netherlands Johan Cruyff Spain Barcelona
1995 Netherlands Louis van Gaal Netherlands Ajax
1996 France Guy Roux France Auxerre
1997 Italy Marcello Lippi Italy Juventus
1998 France Aimé Jacquet France France
1999 Scotland Alex Ferguson England Manchester United
2000 France Arsène Wenger England Arsenal
2001 France Gérard Houllier England Liverpool
2002 France Arsène Wenger England Arsenal
2003 France Arsène Wenger England Arsenal
2004 France Arsène Wenger England Arsenal
2005 Portugal José Mourinho England Chelsea
2006 Netherlands Frank Rijkaard Spain Barcelona
2007 Scotland Alex Ferguson England Manchester United
2008 Scotland Alex Ferguson England Manchester United
2009 Spain Pep Guardiola Spain Barcelona
2010–11 Spain Pep Guardiola Spain Barcelona
2011–12 Spain Pep Guardiola Spain Barcelona
2014–15 France Hubert Fournier France Lyon
2016–17[4] France Zinedine Zidane Spain Real Madrid

Wins by coach

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has been recognized as Onze Mondial's Coach of the Year a record four times.
Coach Total
France Arsène Wenger 4
Scotland Alex Ferguson 3
Spain Pep Guardiola 3
Belgium Raymond Goethals 2
Netherlands Johan Cruyff 2

References

Notes

  1. ^ Only French nationals were eligible.[3]

Citations

  1. ^ a b Pierrend, José Luis (6 March 2012). ""Onze Mondial" Awards". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 26 December 2015. 
  2. ^ "Onze d'Or 2011–12: Messi, La Passe de Trois". Onze Mondial. 29 September 2012. Retrieved 26 December 2015. 
  3. ^ Oussadi, Zahir (29 May 2015). "Onze d'Or: Le public s'est mobilisé pour Griezmann et les Lyonnais". Onze Mondial. Retrieved 26 December 2015. 
  4. ^ a b "Cristiano Ronaldo and Zidane awarded 'Onze d'Or'". Marca. 9 June 2017. Retrieved 13 June 2016. 
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