Stars of Football Shine at Globe Soccer Awards in Sardinia

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Glittering Night for Football’s Elite

Last night’s Globe Soccer Awards turned into a celebration of footballing prowess at the scenic Hotel Cala di Volpe in Sardinia, Italy. The ceremony, hosted by glamorous Italian TV presenter Melissa Satta, saw a parade of football’s finest gather to honour the achievements within the beautiful game.

Arsenal’s Arteta Crowned Best Premier League Coach

Among the luminaries, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta shone brightly as he was awarded the “Best Premier League Coach” accolade. Arteta, accompanied by his wife Lorena Bernal, expressed his relentless ambition for success, stating, “Win. Win, win and win. That’s what we want.” The Arsenal boss highlighted his team’s eagerness and hunger for silverware in the coming seasons.

Xabi Alonso and Cesc Fabregas: Spanish Success Stories

Xabi Alonso, the Basque-born maestro, was also in attendance with his wife Nagore Aranburu, celebrating his “Best Coach of the Year” award after an outstanding season with Bayer Leverkusen. Cesc Fabregas, another Spanish football icon, was joined by his wife Daniela Semaan as he proudly accepted the “Globe Soccer Comeback Award” for his club, Como 1907, following their promotion to Serie A.

Lewandowski and Mbappe: LaLiga and European Accolades

Robert Lewandowski, dressed to the nines with his wife Anna, was named in the LaLiga Team of the Season, while French sensation Kylian Mbappe, donning an all-black ensemble, scooped up the “Best European Player” award. Mbappe also hinted at a potential future in Serie A, expressing his childhood admiration for AC Milan.

Buffon, Kane, and Yamal: Recognizing Football’s Breadth of Talent

The awards night also recognized the storied career of Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, who received the “Player Career Award” following his retirement. Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane earned the “Best Goalscorer” title, while Barcelona’s young talent Lamine Yamal was celebrated as the “Emerging Player”.

Club Honours: Manchester City and Barcelona Triumph

Manchester City was named the “Best Men’s Club of the Year” despite their recent FA Cup final defeat, and Barcelona’s women’s team mirrored this success, claiming the same title in their category after securing the Champions League trophy.

A Night of Football Royalty

The event was studded with football royalty, including veteran manager Fabio Capello, who attended with his wife Laura Ghisi. The Globe Soccer Awards not only acknowledged individual brilliance but also the collective achievements that continue to captivate fans around the world.

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