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Golden Foot 2010

Totti during the 2010–11 season.

The 2010 Golden Foot, was awarded to Francesco Totti on 11 October 2010.

Totti was the third Italian footballer to win the award after Roberto Baggio (2003) and Alessandro Del Piero (2007). He was the first Roma player to win the trophy.

Golden Foot Award

Rank Player Nationality Club Votes
1 Francesco Totti Italy Roma 25,738
2 Raúl Spain Real Madrid 23,693
3 David Beckham England Los Angeles Galaxy 15,049
Clarence Seedorf Netherlands Milan
Gianluigi Buffon Italy Juventus
Ryan Giggs Wales Manchester United
Didier Drogba Ivory Coast Chelsea
Carles Puyol Spain Barcelona
Samuel Eto'o Cameroon Internazionale
Steven Gerrard England Liverpool

"All Time" Legends Award

Player Nationality
Giancarlo Antognoni Italy
Franz Beckenbauer Germany
Dunga Brazil
Hugo Sánchez Mexico
Francisco Varallo Argentina

External links

  • Official pageGolden Foot
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