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European Sports Media

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European Sports Media (ESM), formerly European Sports Magazines, is a European association of football related publications.

ESM Members

The members of this group elect each month a European "Team of the Month", and annually a European "Team of the Year".

The founding member magazines of ESM were:

In 1997, Onze Mondial were replaced by France Football as French representatives; Sport disappeared at the end of 1999 due to bankruptcy; France Football left the group before the 2001–02 season; in their place, Sport Express (Russia) were added at the beginning of 2002, and Fanatik (Turkey) entered the group at the beginning of 2003. During the summer of that year, Tipsbladet (Denmark) joined the group. Since 2013, SO FOOT is the French representative for ESM. [1]

Since 2004, Afrique Football (France) joined ESM as an associated member.

In 2007, Soccer Weekly of China was accepted as the 10th member of the ESM, the first outside Europe.

In January 2012, ESM consists of:

ESM Golden Shoe

Since 1996 the ESM rewards Europe's best strikers with the European Golden Shoe.

ESM Team of the Year

1994–95

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Vítor Baía

Danny Blind
Paolo Maldini
Frank Rijkaard
Matthias Sammer

Michael Laudrup
Jari Litmanen
Gianfranco Zola

Jürgen Klinsmann
Alan Shearer
Iván Zamorano

1995–96

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Edwin van der Sar

Laurent Blanc
Danny Blind
Frank de Boer
Paolo Maldini

Alessandro Del Piero
Jari Litmanen
Raí
Mehmet Scholl

Eric Cantona
George Weah

1996–97

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Angelo Peruzzi

Jocelyn Angloma
Roberto Carlos
Ciro Ferrara
Fernando Hierro

Alessandro Del Piero
Luis Enrique
Raúl
Clarence Seedorf

Ronaldo
Davor Šuker

1997–98

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Angelo Peruzzi

Laurent Blanc
Roberto Carlos
Fernando Hierro
Gary Neville

Alessandro Del Piero
Luís Figo
Fernando Redondo
Zinedine Zidane

Ronaldo
Christian Vieri

1998–99

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Carlos Roa

Laurent Blanc
Bixente Lizarazu
Jaap Stam
Lilian Thuram

David Beckham
Stefan Effenberg
Siniša Mihajlović
Rivaldo

Gabriel Batistuta
Raúl

1999–2000

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Oliver Kahn

Jocelyn Angloma
Roberto Carlos
Paolo Maldini
Siniša Mihajlović

Luís Figo
Roy Keane
Rivaldo
Juan Sebastián Verón

Raúl
Andriy Shevchenko

2000–01

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Oliver Kahn

Jocelyn Angloma
Roberto Carlos
Sami Hyypiä
Alessandro Nesta

Gaizka Mendieta
Pavel Nedvěd
Mehmet Scholl
Francesco Totti

Hernán Crespo
Michael Owen

2001–02

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Francesco Toldo

Roberto Carlos
Lúcio
Carles Puyol
Walter Samuel

Michael Ballack
Rubén Baraja
Fredrik Ljungberg
Zinedine Zidane

Ruud van Nistelrooy
Thierry Henry

2002–03

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Gianluigi Buffon

Paolo Maldini
Carles Puyol
Lilian Thuram
Daniel Van Buyten

Roberto Carlos
Pavel Nedvěd
Zinedine Zidane

Mateja Kežman
Roy Makaay
Christian Vieri

2003–04

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Timo Hildebrand

Roberto Ayala
Roberto Carlos
Paulo Ferreira
Walter Samuel

Ludovic Giuly
Ronaldinho
Francesco Totti
Zinedine Zidane

Thierry Henry
Andriy Shevchenko

2004–05

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Petr Čech

Fabio Cannavaro
Carles Puyol
John Terry

Deco
Frank Lampard
Ronaldinho
Mark van Bommel

Samuel Eto'o
Arjen Robben
Andriy Shevchenko

2005–06

Goalkeeper[2] Defenders[2] Midfielders[2] Forwards[2]

Petr Čech

Cris
Lúcio
Carles Puyol

Esteban Cambiasso
Frank Lampard
Juninho Pernambucano
Ronaldinho

Samuel Eto'o
Thierry Henry
Lionel Messi

2006–07

Goalkeeper[3] Defenders[3] Midfielders[3] Forwards[3]

Grégory Coupet

Daniel Alves
Marco Materazzi
Nemanja Vidić

Juninho Pernambucano
Cristiano Ronaldo
Dejan Stanković
Francesco Totti

Didier Drogba
Zlatan Ibrahimović
Frédéric Kanouté

2007–08

Goalkeeper[3] Defenders[3] Midfielders[3] Forwards[3]

Iker Casillas

Rio Ferdinand
William Gallas
Christian Panucci
Sergio Ramos

Cesc Fàbregas
Franck Ribéry
Cristiano Ronaldo

Zlatan Ibrahimović
Lionel Messi
Fernando Torres

2008–09

Goalkeeper[4] Defenders[4] Midfielders[4] Forwards[4]

Edwin van der Sar

Daniel Alves
Maicon
John Terry
Nemanja Vidić

Steven Gerrard
Lionel Messi
Xavi

Samuel Eto'o
Grafite
Vedad Ibišević

2009–10

Goalkeeper[5] Defenders[5] Midfielders[5] Forwards[5]

Júlio César

Lúcio
Maicon
John Terry

Daniel Alves
Cesc Fàbregas
Frank Lampard
Wesley Sneijder

Lionel Messi
Arjen Robben
Wayne Rooney

2010–11

Goalkeeper[6] Defenders[6] Midfielders[6] Forwards[6]

Víctor Valdés

Daniel Alves
Mats Hummels
Gerard Piqué
Nemanja Vidić

Andrés Iniesta
Nuri Şahin
Xavi

Samuel Eto'o
Lionel Messi
Cristiano Ronaldo

2011–12

Goalkeeper[7] Defenders[7] Midfielders[7] Forwards[7]

Manuel Neuer

Daniel Alves
Mats Hummels
Vincent Kompany
Sergio Ramos

Shinji Kagawa
Andrea Pirlo
Xavi

Lionel Messi
Robin van Persie
Cristiano Ronaldo

2012–13

Goalkeeper[8] Defenders[8] Midfielders[8] Forwards[8]

Manuel Neuer

Philipp Lahm
Dante
Giorgio Chiellini

Bastian Schweinsteiger
İlkay Gündoğan
Thomas Müller

Gareth Bale
Lionel Messi
Zlatan Ibrahimović
Cristiano Ronaldo

2013–14

Goalkeeper[9] Defenders[9] Midfielders[9] Forwards[9]

Thibaut Courtois

Gerard Pique
Pepe
Mehdi Benatia
David Alaba

Yaya Touré
Philipp Lahm
Arturo Vidal

Cristiano Ronaldo
Luis Suárez
Zlatan Ibrahimović

By player

Player Wins
7 Roberto Carlos
Lionel Messi
6 Cristiano Ronaldo
5 Daniel Alves
4 Samuel Eto'o
Paolo Maldini
Carles Puyol
Zinedine Zidane
Zlatan Ibrahimović
3 Raúl
Thierry Henry
Frank Lampard
Lúcio
Alessandro Del Piero
Ronaldinho
Andriy Shevchenko
John Terry
Francesco Totti
Nemanja Vidić
Xavi

References

  1. ^ http://www.eusm.eu/magazines.htm
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av "ESM XI". The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "Special ESM Squads". European Football Statistics. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c d "ESM har sammensat det bedste fra Europa." (in Danish). Fodbold. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  5. ^ a b c d 歐洲09/10賽季最佳陣容 (in Chinese). SINA.com HK - 新浪網 香港. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  6. ^ a b c d "ESM Team of the season". World Soccer. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  7. ^ a b c d "Eén landgenoot in ESM Elftal van het Seizoen" (in Dutch). ElfVoetbal.nl. Retrieved 5 June 2012. 
  8. ^ a b c d "ESM-Top-11: Nur Torres und Ivanovic durchbrechen Bundesliga-Phalanx" (in German). kicker.de. 12 June 2013. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 
  9. ^ a b c d "Die ESM-Topelf der Saison 2013/14 - ein Deutscher ist dabei" (in German). kicker.de. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 

External links

  • ESM
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