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Paraguayan Footballer of the Year

The Paraguayan Footballer of the Year is an award given to the best Paraguayan professional football player every year. The award began officially in 1997 and it is presented by Paraguayan newspaper Diario ABC Color. Players that participate in this award can play in any professional football club in the world (they don't necessarily have to be Paraguayan football clubs) and have to be either Paraguayan-born or Paraguayan-naturalised players.

Winners

Year Footballer Team
1997 Carlos Gamarra Benfica
1998 Carlos Gamarra Corinthians
1999 Roque Santa Cruz Olimpia
Bayern Munich
2000 José Cardozo Toluca
2001 Roberto Acuña Real Zaragoza
2002 José Cardozo Toluca
2003 José Cardozo Toluca
2004 Justo Villar Newell's Old Boys
2005 Julio dos Santos Cerro Porteño
2006 Óscar Cardozo Nacional
Newell's Old Boys
2007 Salvador Cabañas América
2008 Claudio Morel Rodríguez Boca Juniors
2009 Óscar Cardozo Benfica
2010 Lucas Barrios Borussia Dortmund
2011 Pablo Zeballos Olimpia
2012 Pablo Aguilar Sportivo Luqueño
Tijuana
2013 Ángel Romero Cerro Porteño
2014 Fernando Fernández Guaraní
  • Note: the 1999 winner, Roque Santa Cruz, appears both as a Club Olimpia and Bayern Munich player because he played the first half of 1999 in Olimpia of Asunción before eventually being transferred to Bayern Munich in the second half of 1999. The same applies for the 2006 winner.

External links

  • Diario ABC Color Website




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