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Serie A Defender of the Year

The Serie A Defender of the Year (}

}}: Migliore difensore) was a yearly award organized by the Italian Footballers' Association (AIC) since 2000 to 2010 as part of the Oscar del Calcio awards event, given to the defender who has been considered to have performed the best over the previous Serie A season.

Since 2011, best defenders are chosen as part of the Serie A Team of the Year award within the Gran Galà del Calcio awards event.

Winners

Year Player Club
2000
Alessandro Nesta
Lazio
2001
Alessandro Nesta
Lazio
2002
Alessandro Nesta
Lazio
2003
Alessandro Nesta
Milan
2004
Paolo Maldini
Milan
2005
Fabio Cannavaro
Juventus
2006
Fabio Cannavaro
Juventus
2007
Marco Materazzi
Internazionale
2008
Giorgio Chiellini
Juventus
2009
Giorgio Chiellini
Juventus
2010
Giorgio Chiellini
Walter Samuel
Juventus
Internazionale

By club

Club Players Total
Juventus 2 4
Milan 2 2
Lazio 1 3
Internazionale 2 2

External links

  • (Italian) List of Oscar del Calcio winners on the AIC official website
  • (Italian) List of Gran Galà del Calcio winners on the AIC official website
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