2012 Futsal Award Winners

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The 2012 Futsal Awards were handed out this past week by Futsal Planet and brought to you by AGLA. Here is the entire list of winners including the man who becomes the first player to be named Player of the Year an astounding four times.

 

Falcao becomes the first person to win the award four times

Best Player of the World

Final Ranking

 

1st – Alessandro Rosa Vieira “Falcão” -> 226 points
ADC Intelli Orlândia (BRA) – Brazil N.T.

2nd – Dovenir Domingues Neto -> 186 points
Krona/Joinville/Dalponte (BRA) – Brazil N.T.

3rd – Enrique Boned Guillot “Kike” -> 127 points
ElPozo Murcia (ESP) – Spain N.T.

4th – Ricardo Filipe da Silva Braga “Ricardinho” -> 121 points
SL Benfica (POR) – Nagoya Oceans (JAP) – Portugal N.T.

5th – Jordi Torras Badosa -> 82 points
Barcelona Alusport (ESP) – Spain N.T.


Best Player of the World – Past Winners
2012 -> Falcão (Bra)
2011 -> Falcão (Bra)
2010 -> Ricardinho (Por)
2009 -> Kike (Esp)
2008 -> Schumacher (Bra)
2007 -> Vladislav Shayakhmetov (Rus)
2006 -> Falcão (Bra)
2005 -> Javi Rodriguez (Esp)
2004 -> Falcão (Bra)
2003 -> Adriano Foglia (Bra)
2002 -> Manoel Tobias (Bra)
2001 -> Manoel Tobias (Bra)
2000 -> Manoel Tobias (Bra)

 

Best Club of the World

Final Ranking

 

1st – Barcelona Alusport (ESP) -> 404 points

2nd – Carlos Barbosa (BRA) -> 125 points

2nd – Dinamo Moscow (RUS) -> 125 points

4th – ADC Intelli Orlândia (BRA) -> 106 points

5th – Iberia Stars (GEO) -> 20 points

Best Club of the World – Hall of Fame
2012 -> Barcelona Alusport (Spain)
2011 -> Montesilvano c5 (Italy)
2010 -> Malwee/Cimed (Brazil)
2009 -> Carlos Barbosa (Brazil)
2008 -> Malwee Futsal (Brazil)
2007 -> Club Social y Deportivo Pinocho (Argentina)
2006 -> not celebrated
2005 -> not celebrated
2004 -> Boomerang Interviu (Spain)

 

Best National Team Coach of the World – Dimitri Nicolaou Award


Final Ranking

1st – Josè Venancio Lopez Hierro -> 279 points
Spain

2nd – Marcos Sorato Zopelini “Pipoca” -> 251 points
Brazil – Brazil Women

3rd – Miguel Rodrigo Conde Salazar -> 83 points
Japan

4th – Osmar Arney Fonnegra Henao -> 56 points
Colombia

5th – Roberto Menichelli -> 51 points
Italy

Best National Team Coach of the World category – Dimitri Nicolaou Award – Hall of Fame
2012 -> Josè Venancio Lopez Hierro (Spain)
2011 -> Marcos Sorato Zopelini “Pipoca” (Brazil)
2010 -> Josè Venancio Lopez Hierro (Spain)
2009 -> Hossein Shams (Iran)
2008 -> Paulo Cesar De Oliveira “PC” (Brazil)
2007 -> Josè Venancio Lopez Hierro (Spain)
2006 -> not celebrated
2005 -> not celebrated
2004 -> Javier Lozano Cid (Spain)
2003 -> Javier Lozano Cid (Spain*


Best Club Coach of the World


Final Ranking


1st
– Marc Carmona -> 276 points
Barcelona Alusport (ESP)

2nd – Eduardo Sao Thiago Lentz “Duda” -> 161 points
ElPozo Murcia (ESP)

3rd – Faustino “Tino” Perez Moreno Gomez -> 110 points
Dinamo Moscow (RUS)

4th – Aparecido Donizete Silva “Cidão” -> 82 points
ADC Intelli Orlândia (BRA)

5th – Sergio Benatti Pasculi de Curci -> 65 points
Colégio Londrinense/São Paulo/Sercomtel (BRA) – Iberia Stars (GEO)

Best Club Coach of the World – Hall of Fame
2012 -> Marc Carmona (Barcelona Alusport)
2011 -> Fulvio Colini (Montesilvano c5 & Kaos Futsal)
2010 -> Fernando Ferretti (Malwee/Cimed & Santos)
2009 -> Paulo Mussalem (Carlos Barbosa)
2008 -> Jesus Candelas (Interviu Fadesa)
2007 -> Fernando Ferretti (Malwee Futsal)
2006 -> not celebrated
2005 -> not celebrated
2004 -> Jesus Candelas (Boomerang Interviu)
2003 -> Javier Lozano Cid (Spain)*

 

Best National Team of the World


Final Ranking

1st – Brazil -> 396 points

2nd – Spain -> 269 points

3rd – Brazil Women -> 63 points

4th – Russia -> 34 points

5th – Italy -> 29 points

Best Young Player of the World

Final Ranking

1st – Alejandro Yepes Balsalobre “Alex” -> 213 points

ElPozo Murcia (ESP) – Spain N.T.

2nd – Diego Henrique de Abreu Assis “Dieguinho” -> 158 points
V&M Minas (BRA) – Brazil N.T.

3rd – Francisco David Ruiz Serrato -> 98 points
Caja Segovia (ESP)

4th – Dario Marinovic -> 85 points
MNK Split (CRO) – Al Yarmouk (KUW) – Croatia N.T.

5th – Rafael Katsutoshi Henmi -> 75 points
Nagoya Oceans (JAP) – Japan N.T.

Best Goalkeeper of the World

Final Ranking

1st – Stefano Mammarella -> 208 points
Montesilvano c5 (ITA) – Italy N.T.

2ndTiago De Melo Marinho -> 141 points
Krona Joinville (BRA) – Brazil N.T.

3rd – Juan José Angosto Hernández “Juanjo” -> 119 points
Inter Movistar (ESP) – Spain N.T.

4th – Gustavo Lobo Paradeda “Juruna” -> 86 points
Dinamo Moscow (RUS) – Russia N.T.

5th – Francisco “Paco” Sedano Antolín -> 81 points
Barcelona (ESP)


Best Goalkeeper of the World – Hall of Fame
2012 -> Stefano Mammarella (Montesilvano c5 & Italy)
2011 -> Stefano Mammarella (Montesilvano c5 & Italy)
2010 -> Mostafa Nazari (Foolad Mahan Esfahan & Iran)
2009 -> Santiago Elias (Napoli Vesevo/Pinocho & Argentina)
2008 -> Sergey Zuev (Viz-Sinara Ek. & Russia)
2007 -> Tiago (Malwee Futsal & Brazil)
2006 -> not celebrated
2005 -> not celebrated
2004 -> Luis Amado (Boomerang Interviu & Spain)
2003 -> Luis Amado (Boomerang Interviu & Spain

Best Woman Player of the World

Final Ranking

1stVanessa Cristina Pereira -> 202 points
UnoChapecó/NTozzo/Female (BRA) – Brazil N.T.

2ndMarcela Nascimento Leandro -> 103 points
Unesc (Bra) – Brazil N.T.

3rdAna Patricia Abreu Azevedo -> 96 points
FC Vermoim (POR) – Portugal N.T.

4th – Amparo Jiménez López “Ampi” -> 87 points
Ponte Ourense SAD (ESP) – ASD Ternana Futsal (ITA) – Spain N.T.

5thLucileia (also known as Lu) Renner Minuzzo -> 81 points
Sinnai c5 (ITA) – Brazil N.T.

Best Woman Player of the World – Hall of Fame
2012 -> Vanessa (UnoChapecó/NTozzo/Female – Brazil)
2011 -> Vanessa (Burela FS – Unochapecó/Nilo/Tozzo/Female – Brazil)
2010 -> Vanessa (Unochapecó/Nilo/Tozzo/Female – Burela FS – Brazil)
2009 -> Alina Gorobets (FK Belichanka-93 – Ukraine)
2008 -> Cilene (Osasco/Jaguaré/Palmeiras/UniSant’Anna – Brazil)
2007 -> Eva Manguan (Encofra Navalcarnero – Spain)

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