1935 Pallone d'Oro

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The 1935 Pallone d'Oro was the 6th annual ceremony of the Pallone d'Oro, presented by La Gazetta dello Sport, and recognising the best footballers in the world in 1935.

The nominees for the ceremony were announced on December 15, 1935.

January 4, 1936, hungarian player of Ferencvaros György Sarosi is ahead of Pallone d'Oro's two time winners Matthias Sindelar by one point.

Nominees[edit | edit source]

Player Team Nationality
André Abegglen FranceSochaux   Switzerland
Cliff Bastin EnglandArsenal  England
Delfin Benitez Caceres ArgentinaBoca Juniors  Paraguay
Raymond Braine CzechoslovakiaSparta Praha  Belgium
Héctor Castro UruguayNacional  Uruguay
Anibal Ciocca UruguayNacional  Uruguay
Domingos da Guia ArgentinaBoca Juniors  Brazil
Ted Drake EnglandArsenal  England
Enrique Guiata ItalyAS Roma  Argentina
Eddie Hapgood EnglandArsenal  England
Alex James EnglandArsenal  Scotland
Ernst Kuzorra GermanySchalke 04  Germany
Isidro Langara SpainReal Oviedo  Spain
Ernst Lehner GermanyTSV Schwaben Augsburg  Germany
Giuseppe Meazza ItalyInter Milan  Italy
José Nasazzi UruguayNacional  Uruguay
Oldrich Nejedly CzechoslovakiaSparta Praha  Czechoslovakia
Silvio Piola ItalyLazio Roma  Italy
Ellis Rimmer EnglandWednesday  England
György Sarosi HungaryFerencváros  Hungary
Antonio Sastre ArgentinaIndependiente  Argentina
Matthias Sindelar AustriaAustria Wien  Austria
Frantisek Svoboda CzechoslovakiaSlavia Praha  Czechoslovakia

Jury[edit | edit source]

Results[edit | edit source]

Position Player Team Nationality Votes Points
1 György Sarosi Hungary Ferencváros  Hungary BulgariaChileCzechoslovakiaEnglandEgyptFranceHungaryNorwayPeruSwitzerlandUnited StatesWalesKingdom of Yugoslavia 13
2 Matthias Sindelar Austria Austria Wien  Austria AustriaBelgiumBrazilDenmarkFinlandRepublic of IrelandItalyMexicoNetherlandsParaguayScotlandUruguay 12
3 Ernst Kuzorra Germany Schalke 04  Germany ArgentinaGermanySpain 3
4 Raymond Braine Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha  Belgium Luxembourg 1
Ted Drake England Arsenal  England Sweden 1

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