Stoppage Time – International Football Blog

Stoppage Time 2010 Awards – The Results

Posted in Uncategorized by peterbein on January 2, 2011

The first ever Stoppage Time – International Football Blog football awards have been decided.  The site had a vote to decide on four categories and the results are now known:


PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2010 – Xavi Hernández

The Spain and FC Barcelona midfielder came top of our Player of the Year poll with 45% of the vote and who could deny him such an accolade after a fantastic year in which he won a second consecutive league championship with his club and was influential in his country’s maiden FIFA World Cup triumph in South Africa.

José Mourinho


COACH OF THE YEAR 2010 – José Mourinho

The now Real Madrid CF coach ran away with the Coach of the Year award having amassed an amazing 75% of the vote, his only challenger being Spain’s FIFA World Cup winning coach Vicente del Bosque who was a distant second. Mourinho helped Italian giants Internazionale FC win their third European Cup as well as a domestic Serie A and Coppa Italia double.

Internazionale FC


TEAM OF THE YEAR 2010 – Internazionale FC

The 2009-10 season was a special one in more ways than one for the Nerazzurri whose exploits have earned them the accolade of Team of the Year with a convincing 54% of the vote. The Milanese continued the flow of trophies in the latter half of the year by winning the Italian Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup under recently departed coach Rafael Benitez.


GOAL OF THE YEAR 2010 – Matthew Burrows

This goal has been an internet sensation and, as a result, came out top in our Goal of the Year 2010 category having accumulated a fantastic 56% of the vote. Glentoran player Matthew Burrows is up for the FIFA Ferenc Puskas Award for the best goal of 2010 in January and is a big favourite to come away with the big prize.

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