1941 Pallone d'Oro

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The 1941 Pallone d'Oro was the 12th annual ceremony of the Pallone d'Oro, presented by La Gazetta dello Sport, and recognising the best footballers in the world in 1941

The nominees for the ceremony were announced on December 12, 1941.

José Manuel Moreno wins his first Pallone d'Oro.

Nominees[edit | edit source]

Player Team Nationality
Jorge Alberti ArgentinaCA Hurácan  Argentina
Amedeo Biavati ItalyFC Bologna  Italy
Josef Bican CzechoslovakiaSlavia Praha  Czechoslovakia
Franz Binder GermanyRapid Wien  Germany
Atilio García UruguayNacional  Uruguay
Isidro Lángara ArgentinaSan Lorenzo  Spain
Sergio Livingstone ChileUniversidad Catolica  Chile
Romeo Menti ItalyFiorentina  Italy
José María Minella ArgentinaRiver Plate  Argentina
José Manuel Moreno ArgentinaRiver Plate  Argentina
Aníbal Paz UruguayNacional  Uruguay
Adolfo Pedernara ArgentinaRiver Plate  Argentina
Sylvio Pirillo BrazilFlamengo  Brazil
Roberto Porta UruguayNacional  Uruguay
Héctor Puricelli ItalyFC Bologna  Italy
Romeu BrazilFluminense  Brazil
José Salomon ArgentinaRacing Club  Argentina
György Sárosi HungaryFerencváros  Hungary
Antonio Sastre ArgentinaIndependiente  Argentina
Teleco BrazilCorinthians  Brazil
Tim BrazilFluminense  Brazil
Fritz Walter GermanyFC Kaiserlautern  Germany
Don Welsh EnglandCharlton  England

Jury[edit | edit source]

After the dismantling of Yugoslavia by the Axis, Croatia regained its vote.

Results[edit | edit source]

Position Player Team Nationality Votes Points
1 José Manuel Moreno ArgentinaRiver Plate  Argentina ChileCzechoslovakiaDenmarkEnglandFranceMexicoNorwayParaguayPeruPortugalSoviet UnionUnited StatesWales 13
2 Antonio Sastre ArgentinaIndependiente  Argentina ArgentinaBelgiumRepublic of IrelandNetherlandsScotlandSwitzerlandCroatia 7
3 György Sarosi HungaryFerencváros  Hungary BulgariaHungaryItalyRomaniaSweden 5
4 Attilo Garcia UruguayNacional  Uruguay EgyptUruguay 2
5 Franz Binder GermanyRapid Wien  Germany Germany 1
Sylvio Pirillo BrazilFlamengo  Brazil Brazil 1
Roberto Porta UruguayNacional  Uruguay Dutch East Indies 1

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