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Bravo Award

The Bravo Award is an annual award which is handed out by the Italian magazine Guerin Sportivo to the most outstanding young European footballer. The first winner of the award was Englishman Jimmy Case. Until 1992 only under-23 players participating in one of the three European club cups (UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup) were eligible. Since 1992 any under-21 player from any European League is eligible.

The winners are chosen for the autumn-spring season, not the calendar year.

Year Player Club
1978 Jimmy Case Liverpool
1979 Garry Birtles Nottingham Forest
1980 Hansi Müller Stuttgart
1981 John Wark Ipswich Town
1982 Gary Shaw Aston Villa
1983 Massimo Bonini Juventus
1984 Ubaldo Righetti AS Roma
1985 Emilio Butragueño Real Madrid
1986 Emilio Butragueño Real Madrid
1987 Marco van Basten Ajax
1988 Eli Ohana KV Mechelen
1989 Paolo Maldini Milan
1990 Roberto Baggio Fiorentina
1991 Robert Prosinečki Red Star Belgrade
1992 Josep Guardiola Barcelona
1993 Ryan Giggs Manchester United
1994 Christian Panucci Milan
1995 Patrick Kluivert Ajax Amsterdam
1996 Alessandro Del Piero Juventus
1997 Ronaldo Barcelona
1998 Ronaldo Internazionale
1999 Gianluigi Buffon Parma
2000 Iker Casillas Real Madrid
2001 Owen Hargreaves Bayern Munich
2002 Christoph Metzelder Borussia Dortmund
2003 Wayne Rooney Everton
2004 Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United
2005 Arjen Robben Chelsea
2006 Cesc Fàbregas Arsenal
2007 Lionel Messi Barcelona
2008 Karim Benzema Lyon
2009 Sergio Busquets Barcelona
2010 Thomas Müller Bayern Munich
2011 Eden Hazard Lille
2012 Marco Verratti Pescara
2013 Isco Málaga
2014 Paul Pogba Juventus

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