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Messi, Haaland and Mbappé will compete for the best in 2023; Jenni Hermoso and Linda Caicedo will do it in the women’s branch: meet all the nominees | United States printing


The list of nominees for The Best 2023 Awards was announced by FIFA on Thursday.where the names of Lionel Messi, Pep Guardiola, the Colombian Linda Caicedo and the world champions Jenni Hermoso, Aitana Bonmatí, Mapi León and Salma Paralluelo, from Spain, stand out.

For nominations for the awards, entries take place between December 19, 2022, one day after the conclusion of the Men’s World Cup in Qatar, won by Argentina, and August 20 this year, when finished the Women’s World Cup. Spain won.

This will be the eighth edition of this award which FIFA first presented in 2017, when it recognized performances in 2016.

It is worth remembering that the 2022 awards ceremony was almost entirely dominated by Argentina, dedicated a few months before to Qatar. Besides Messi, Lionel Scaloni won the best coach award; Emiliano “Dibu” Martínez was chosen as the best goalkeeper and the Argentine fans won the best supporters award.

Full list of nominees for The Best 2023 Awards

Best player: Julián Álvarez (Argentina); Marcelo Brozović (Croatia); Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium); Ilkay Gündogan (Germany); Erling Haaland (Norway); Rodri Hernández Cascante (Spain); Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (Georgia); Kylian Mbappé (France); Lionel Messi (Argentina); Victor Osimhen (Nigeria); Declan Rice (England); Bernardo Silva (Portugal).

Best player: Aitana Bonmatí (Spain); Jenni Hermoso (Spain); Mapi León (Spain); Salma Paralluelo (Spain); Linda Caicedo (Colombia); Rachel Daly (England); Alex Greenwood (England); Lauren James (England); Keira Walsh (England); Kadidiatou Diani (France); Caitlin Foord (Australia); Kerr (Australia); Mary Fowler (Australia); Lindsey Horan (United States); Amanda Ilestedt (Sweden); Sam Hinata Miyazawa (Japan).

Best male football coach: Pep Guardiola (Spain); Simone Inzaghi (Italy); Ange Postecoglou (Australia); Luciano Spalletti (Italy); Xavi Hernández (Spain).

Best women’s football coach: Peter Gerhardsson (Sweden); Jonatan Giráldez (Spain); Tony Gustavsson (Sweden); Emma Hayes (England); Sarina Wiegman (Netherlands).

Best goalkeeper: Yassine Bounou (Morocco); Thibaut Courtois (Belgium); Ederson (Brazil); André Onana (Cameroon); Marc-André ter Stegen (Germany).

Best goalkeeper: Mackenzie Arnold (Australia); Ann-Katrin Berger (Germany); Catalina Coll (Spain); Mary Earps (England); Christiane Endler (Chile); Zećira Mušović (Sweden); Sandra Paños (Spain).

Main absences in 2023

One of the The most claimed absences on social media were those of players like Vinicius Jr and Jude Bellingham.both elements of Real Madrid, which were excluded from consideration for the award awarded by FIFA.

Last season, Vini achieved spectacular numbers where he scored 17 goals and distributed 9 assists between the League and the Champions League, in addition to being crowned champion of the Club World Cup and the Copa del Rey with Real Madrid. For his part, Bellingham scored 14 goals and distributed 5 assists with Borussia Dortmund in 41 matches between the League, the German Cup and the Champions League.

On the other hand, the Spanish coach, until recently, Jorge Vilda is also not among those selected in his category.. A surprising fact to say the least, given that he was world champion with the Spanish team.

Jorge Vilda celebrated the World Championship with Spain / Getty Images: SAEED KHAN/AFP

Add to that, Another important name from the Spanish women’s team that did not find its place in the nominations is Olga Carmona. Real Madrid footballer who was a key player on the field in adding the first star to his country, scoring the championship goal, being MVP of the final, and being one of the captains of the national team.

And finally, underlines the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo among the nominees Well, he continues to be a fundamental footballer for his current team. His signing with Al-Nassr marked an era in football and in the Arab club, to which he adapted perfectly, scoring goals on several occasions and even winning championships.

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