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Without Neymar, FIFA announces three finalists for The Best in the World award

Without Neymar, FIFA announces three finalists for The Best in the World award

Robert Lewandowski, Lionel Messi and Mohamed Salah make up the three nominees for the award


The International Football Association Board (FIFA) announced on Friday (7) the names of the three nominees for the award Best. The finalists are: Robert Lewandowski, Act Bayern MunichAnd Lionel Messi, Act Paris Saint-Germain, e Mohamed Salah, Act Liverpool.

Thus, the list of ten names has been reduced to three. Remember that the attacker Neymar He was among the candidates initially, but was not elected to the final trio.

See below 10 referenced at the beginning:

The awards ceremony will actually take place on January 17th in Zurich, Switzerland.

for female category of BestThe finalists, Jennifer Hermoso and Alexia PutillasThe players of Barcelona and the Spanish national team, and Sam CareChelsea and the Australian national team athlete.

The organization had announced last Wednesday (5) the names of the three guards nominated to win the award. are they: Edward MendyIs Chelsea Manuel Neuer, from Bayern Munich, and Gianluigi DonnarummaIs Paris Saint-Germain.

In the female they are goalkeepers Anne Catherine Berger, the English champion with Chelsea, Christian EndlerAnd a French champion with Paris Saint-Germain and a Canadian Olympic champion in Tokyo 2021 Stephanie Labbe, who defends Rosengård, from Sweden.

Technically speaking, they are: Pep GuardiolaIs Manchester City, Thomas TuchelIs Chelsea, eh? Roberto ManciniFrom the Italian national team.

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For women’s soccer, the trio consists of Luis CurtisFrom Barcelona, ​​English Emma HayesFrom Chelsea and the Dutch Sarina WegmanEnglish language technology team.