Mansour bin Mohammed crowns the winners of the Dubai Globe Soccer awards

Mansour bin Mohammed crowns the winners of the Dubai Globe Soccer awards
Mansour bin Mohammed crowns the winners of the Dubai Globe Soccer awards

Mansour bin Mohammed crowns the winners of the Dubai Globe Soccer awards

His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council, honored the winners of the 13th Session of the Dubai Globe Soccer Awards, held as part of the activities of the 17th Session of the Dubai International Sports Conference Member of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives organized by the Dubai Sports Council under the motto “The Road to Championships”.

The ceremony was attended by Dubai Sports Council Deputy Chairman Mattar Al Tayer in the presence of Dubai Sports Council Secretary General Saeed Hareb and a number of sport and government leaders. The star of the Spanish club Real Madrid and the French national team Karim Benzema won the award for the best player, and the star of the Egyptian national team and the English club Liverpool Mohamed Salah won the award for the best player of the supporters of the referendum, according to the referendum Platform “Tik Tok”, and the Italian club player Victor Osimhen won the award for the best aspiring player, and the club player won. Barcelona’s Alexia Potillas won the Best Player award, Real Madrid’s Spanish club president Florentino Perez won the Best Club President award, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti won the Best Coach award and former Ivory Coast star Didier Drogba won the Best Player Biography award. Former CEO of AC Milan and now Italian club Monza, Adriano Galliani won the award for best career manager and Sergio Ramos, the star of French club Paris Saint-Germain and Spain national team, won the best award Defender Award and Best Player Career award were presented respectively to Brazilian star Romario, former Brazil national team star, and Wayne Rooney, former Manchester United and England star, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, current AC Milan star, awarded Sweden international Johnny Claft also won the Best Talent Scout award, Rafaela Pimenta won the Best Transfer Contract award, Jorge Mendez won the Best Business Agent award and Paolo Maldini and Frederick Massara won the Best Sporting Director award and The Spanish Club Real Madrid won the award for the best en football club received by Emilio Butragueño, former star of the club, while the best women’s club award went to the Olympique Lyonnais Football Club for Women, received by Oliver Blanc, general manager of the club and René Ramos won Best Player Agent Career Award, Aston Villa Manager Unai Emery won Best Manager Career Award, and Real Madrid CEO Jose Angel Sanchez won . Madrid, Spain, with the Best CEO award.

way to tournaments

The ceremony to honor the winners of the Dubai Globe Soccer Awards was also preceded by an evening session entitled ‘The Road to Championships’, which featured the debut of two of the most iconic players in European and international stadiums, Sergio Ramos, former captain of the Spanish national team and of Real Madrid, champions of European and international clubs and current defender of the Parisian club St. Germain, and the giant forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the star of the Swedish national team and many big European clubs, and the current forward of the Italian club Milan, where audience and viewers via international channels followed a confrontation between the two stars outside of stadiums for the first time, after they faced each other many times in the stadium when Ramos was a defender in the ranks of Real Madrid and Ibrahimovic was a forward in the ranks of Barcelona.

Talented development

The event, organized annually by Dubai Sports Council, kicked off with a morning session at Dubai Sports Council headquarters on attracting and developing talented people, attended by Roy Costa, former star of Benfica and Portugal national team Fiorentina and AC Milan, the current president of Benfica, and Unai Emery, former coach of Valencia and Sevilla, spoke, and Villarreal from Spain, Paris Saint-Germain from France, Arsenal from England, the current coach of Aston Villa, the famous Italian coach Fabio Capello and Julian Ward, Liverpool’s sporting director.

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