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1994 FIFA World Player of the Year

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1994 FIFA World Player of the Year

The FIFA World Player of the Year award of 1994 went to the Brazilian and FC Barcelona striker Romário, second place went to Bulgarian Hristo Stoichkov (also of Barcelona) and third was Roberto Baggio of Italy and Juventus FC.

After the runner up in 1993, Romario repeated his series of brilliant performances dominating the World Cup 1994 and the Spanish League. Stoichkov came in second, doubling Romário on Barcelona attack.

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RANK NAME TEAM COUNTRY POINTS
1 Romário FC Barcelona Brazil 346
2 Hristo Stoitchkov FC Barcelona Bulgaria 100
3 Roberto Baggio Juventus F.C. Italy 80
4 Gheorghe Hagi FC Barcelona Romania 50
5 Paolo Maldini A.C. Milan Italy 40
6 Bebeto Deportivo La Coruña Brazil 16
7 Dennis Bergkamp Inter Milan Netherlands 11
8 Dunga VfB Stuttgart Brazil 9
9 Franco Baresi A.C. Milan Italy 7
9 Tomas Brolin Parma F.C. Sweden 7
9 Jürgen Klinsmann Tottenham Hotspur Germany 7
9 Mauro Silva Deportivo La Coruña Brazil 7
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