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Found an old database i had typed up about EE players in the ballon d'or up until the years it merged with fifa player of the year, so i decided to fill in the last few years and complete it. First player for each year is who came highest and how many votes they got, then i just noted the other players by vote points total.

1956

4.Ferenc Puskas (Honved) 32 points

Lev Yashin (Dinamo Moscow) 19
Jozsef Bozsik (Honved) 15
Sandor Kocsis (Honved) 6
Ivan Kolev (CSKA Sofia) 4
Stefan Bozhkov I(CSKA Sofia) 2
Eduard Streltsov (Torpedo Moscow) 2
Bratislav Dolejsi (Dukla Prague) 1

1957

5.Laszlo Kubala (Barcelona) 15

Eduard Streltsov (Torpedo) 12
Jozsef Bozsik (Honved) 9
Igor Netto (Spartak Moscow) 9
Lev Yashin (Dinamo) 8
Gyula Grosics (Tatabanya) 7
Milos Milutinovic (Partizan Belgrade) 4
Sandor Kocsis (Honved\Young Fellows Zurich) 2
Ladislav Novak (Dukla Prague) 1

1958

14.Lev Yashin (Dinamo) 3

Vujadin Boskov (Vojvodina) 3
Valentin Ivanov (Torpedo) 3
Ivan Kolev (CSKA Sofia) 2
Ladislav Novak (Dukla Prague) 2

1959

6.Lajos Tichy (Honved) 18

Ferenc Puskas ( Real Madrid) 16
Lev Yashin (Dinamo) 7
Yuri Voinov (Kiev) 5
Ivan Kolev (CSKA Sofia) 4
Gyula Grosics (Tatabanya) 4
Dezso bundzsak (Vasas) 4
Georgi Naydenov (CSKA Sofia) 3
Titus Bubernik (CH Bratislava) 3
Florian Albert (Ferencvaros) 2
Janos Gorocs (Ujpest) 1

1960

2.Ferenc Puskas (Real Madrid) 37

Lev Yashin (Dinamo Moscow) 28
Bora Kostic (Red Star Belgrade) 7
Ivan Kolev (CSKA Sofia) 3
Karoly Sandor (MTK Budapest) 2
Janos Gorocs (Ujpest) 2
Dragoslav Sekularac (Red Star) 2
Blagoje Vidinic (Radnicki Belgrade) 1

1961

4.Lev Yashin( Dinamo Moscow) 21

Ferenc Puskas (Real Madrid) 16
Dragoslav Sekularac (Red Star Belgrade) 5
Josef Masopust (Dukla Prague) 5
Gyula Grosics (Tatabanya) 5
Mikheil Meskhi (Dynamo Tbilisi) 4
Viktor Ponedelnik (SKA Rostov) 4
Slava Metreveli (Torpedo Moscow) 3
Lajos Tichy (Honved) 2
Rudolf Kucera (Dukla Prague) 1
Dumitru Macri (Rapid Bucharest) 1

1962

Winner. Josef Masopust (Dukla Prague) 65

Dragoslav Sekularac (Red Star Belgrade) 26
Milan Galic (Partizan Belgrade) 10
Janos Gorocs (Ujpest) 6
Andrej Kvasnak (Sparta Prague) 3
Florian Albert (Ferencvaros) 2
Erno Solymosi (Ujpest) 2
Viliam Schrojf (Slovan Bratislava) 2
Lajos Tichy (Honved) 1

1963

Winner. Lev Yashin (Dinamo Moscow) 73

Florian Albert (Ferencvaros) 3
Josef Masopust (Dukla Prague) 3
Karoly Sandor ( MTK Budapest) 3
Svatoplak Pluskal (Dukla Prague) 1

1964

8. Lev Yashin (Dinamo Moscow) 15

Valery Voronin (Torpedo Moscow) 11
Ferenc Bene (Ujpest) 6
Florian Albert (Ferencvaros) 2

1965

6. Florian Albert (Ferencvaros) 14

Georgi Asparuhov (Levski Sofia) 9
Valery Voronin (Torpedo Moscow) 9
Lev Yashin (Dinamo Moscow) 3
Milan Galic (Partizan Belgrade) 2
Andrej Kvasnak (Sparta Prague) 2
Ferenc Bene (Ujpest) 2
Slava Metreveli (Dynamo Tbilisi) 2

1966

5. Florian Albert (Ferencvaros) 23

Ferenc Bene (Ujpest) 8
Lev Yashin (Dinamo Moscow) 6
Janos Farkas (Vasas) 6
Valery Voronin (Torpedo Moscow) 4
Georgi Asparuhov (Levski Sofia) 2
Igor Chislenko (Dinamo Moscow) 1

1967

Winner. Florian Albert (Ferencvaros) 68

Igor Chislenko (Dinamo Moscow) 9
Janos Farkas (Vasas) 8
Eduard "back from the gulag" Streltsov (Torpedo Moscow) 6
Anatoliy Byshovets ( Dynamo Kiev) 5
Wlodimierz Lubanski (Gornik Zabrze) 4
Zvezdan Cebinac (PSV\Nurnberg) 3
Valery Voronin (Torpedo Moscow) 2
Nikola Kotkov ( Lokomotiv Sofia) 2
Zygfryd Szoltysik (Gornik Zabrze) 1

1968

3. Dragan Dzajic (Red Star Belgrade) 46

Antal Dunai (Ujpest) 7
Georgi Asparuhov ( Levski Sofia) 6
Albert Shesternyov ( CSKA Moscow) 6
Lajos Szucs (Ferencvaros) 4
Florian Albert (Ferencvaros) 4
Ferenc Bene ( Ujpest) 1
Mirslad Fazlagic ( FK Sarajevo) 1
Murtaz Khurtsilava ( Dynamo Tbilisi) 1
Ivica Osim ( Zeljeznicar) 1

1969

9. Petar Zhekov ( CSKA Sofia) 14

Albert Shesternyov ( CSKA Moscow) 8
Dragan Dzajic (Red Star Belgrade) 6
Jozef Adamec ( Spartak Trnava) 3
Ferenc Bene ( Ujpest) 2
Andrej Kvasnak ( Mechelen) 2
Kazimierz Deyna ( Legia Warsaw) 1
Vladimir Muntyan (Dynamo Kiev) 1
Ivo Viktor ( Dukla Prague) 1

1970

6.Dragan Dzajic ( Red Star Belgrade) 24

Albert Shesternyov (CSKA Moscow) 7
Josip Skoblar (Marseille) 2
Cornel Dinu ( Dinamo Bucharest) 1
Florea Dumitrache ( Dinamo Bucharest) 1

1971

6. Josip Skoblar (Marseille) 24

Ferenc Bene ( Ujpest) 7
Yevgeniy Rudakov ( Dynamo Kiev) 6
Dragan Dzajic ( Red Star Belgrade) 3
Albert Shesternyov ( CSKA Moscow) 1

1972

6.Kazimierz Deyna (Legia Warsaw) 6

Wlodimerz Lubanski ( Gornik Zabrze) 4
Hristo Bonev ( Lokomotiv Plovdiv) 3
Murtaz Khurtsilava ( Dynamo Tbilisi) 3
Antal Dunai ( Ujpest) 2
Dragan Dzajic ( Red Star Belgrade) 1
Yevgeniy Rudakov ( Dynamo Kiev) 1

1973

6. Kazimierz Deyna ( Legia Warsaw) 16

Hristo Bonev ( Lokomotiv Plovdiv) 7
Jan Tomaszewski ( LKS Lodz) 5
Wlodimierz Lubanski (Gornik Zabrze) 4
Vladislav Bogicevic ( Red Star Belgrade) 1
Ivo Viktor ( Dukla Prague) 1
Dragan Dzajic ( Red Star Belgrade) 1

1974

3. Kazimierz Deyna ( Legia Warsaw) 35

Grzegorz Lato ( Stal Mielic) 16
Robert Gadocha ( Legia Warsaw) 11
Jan Tomaszewski ( LKS Lodz) 3
Hristo Bonev ( Lokomotiv Plovdiv) 2
Jerzy Gorgon ( Gornik Zabrze) 2
Oleg Blokhin ( Dynamo KIev) 1
Branko Oblak ( Hajduk Split) 1

1975

Winner. Oleg Blokhin ( Dynamo Kiev) 122

Dudu Georgescu ( Dinamo Bucharest) 11
Branko Oblak ( Schalke 04 ) 9
Hristo Bonev ( Lokomotiv Plovdiv) 4
Josip Katalinski (Nice) 4
Grzegorz Lato ( Stal Mielic) 4
Ivo Viktor ( Dukla Prague) 4
Jan Pivarnik (Slovan Bratislava) 3
Leonid Buryak (Dynamo Kiev) 2
Dragan Dzajic (Bastia) 1

1976

3.Ivo Viktor (Dukla Prague) 52

Anton Ondrus (Slovan Bratislava) 18
Ivan Curkovic (Saint Etienne) 12
Marian Masny (Slovan Bratislava) 9
Tibor Nyilasi (Ferencvaros) 5
Dudu Georgescu (Dinamo Bucharest) 4
Jaroslav Pollak (Kosice) 4
Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kiev) 3

1977

7.Tibor Nyilasi (Ferencvaros) 13

Dudu Georgescu (Dinamo Bucharest) 6
Andras Torocsik (Ujpest) 1

1978

15.Zdenek Nehoda (Dukla Prague) 4

Marian Masny (Slovan Bratislava) 3
Zbigniew Boniek (Stal Mielic) 1

1979

8/9. Zbigniew Boniek (Widzew Lodz) Zdenek Nehoda (Dukla Prague) both 9.

Safet Susic (Sarajevo) 5
Antonin Panenka (Bohemians Prague) 1

1980

19. Ladislav Vizek (Dukla Prague) 3

Antonin Panenka (Bohemians Prague) 2
Wladimir Petrovic (Red Star Belgrade) 2
Zbigniew Boniek (Widzew Lodz) 2
Marcel Raducanu (Steaua Bucharest) 1
Zdenek Nehoda (Dukla Prague) 1

1981

5.Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kiev) 14

Ramaz Shengelia (Dynamo Tbilisi) 10
Aleksandr Chivadze (Dynamo Tbilisi) 9
Zbigniew Boniek (Widzew Lodz) 6
David Kipiani (Dynamo Tbilisi) 6
Andras Toroczik (Ujpest) 6
Wladimir Petrovic (Red Star Belgrade) 5
Zlatko Vujovic (Hajduk Split) 4
Grzegorz Lato (Lokeren) 2
Tibor Nyilasi (Ferencvaros) 2
Wlodimierz Smolarek (Widzew Lodz) 2

1982

3.Zbigniew Boniek (Juventus) 53

Rinat Dasaev (Spartak Moscow) 17

1983

6. Rinat Dasaev (Spartak Moscow) 16

Safet Susic (PSG) 8
Costica Stefanescu (Craiova) 3
Zbigniew Boniek (Juventus) 2
Fedor Cherenkov (Spartak Moscow) 2
Stoycho Mladenov (CSKA Sofia) 1
Tibor Nyilasi (Austria Vienna) 1

1984

22. Rinat Dasaev (Spartak Moscow) Silviu Lung (Craiova) both 1

1985

6.Zbigniew Boniek (Roma) 12

Oleg Protasov (Dnipro) 10
Rinat Dasaev (Spartak Moscow) 8
Lajos Detari (Honved) 2
Vahid Halihodzic (Nantes) 2
Tibor Nyilasi (Austria Vienna) 2
Georgi Dimitrov (CSKA Sofia) 1
Gheorghe Hagi (Sportul Bucharest) 1
Anatoliy Demyanenko (Dynamo KIev) 1
Ladislav Vizek (Dukla Prague) 1

1986

Winner. Igor Belanov(Dynamo Kiev) 84

Aleksandr Zavarov (Dynamo Kiev) 20
Helmuth Duckadem (Steaua Bucharest) 10
Rinat Dasaev (Spartak Moscow) 5
Pavlo Yakovenko (Dynamo Kiev) 3

1987

17.Aleksandr Zavarov (Dynamo Kiev) 3

Jozef Mlynarczyk (Porto) 2
Rinat Dasaev (Spartak Moscow) 2
Gheorghe Hagi (Steaua Bucharest) 2
Rodion Camataru (Dinamo Bucharest) 2
Sokol Kushta (Flamurtari Vlore) 1

1988


4. Aleksei Mikhailichenko (Dynamo Kiev) 41

Aleksandr Zavarov (Dynamo Kiev) 5
Oleg Kuznetsov (Dynamo Kiev) 4
Rinat Dasaev (Spartak Moscow) 3
Anatoliy Demyanenko (Dynamo Kiev) 3
Dejan Savicevic( Red Star Belgrade) 1
Dragan Stojkovic (Red Star Belgrade) 1
Gheorghe Hagi (Steaua Bucharest) 1

1989

6.Dragan Stojkovic (Red Star Belgrade) 19

Gheorghe Hagi (Steaua Bucharest) 11
Aleksei Mikhailichenko (Dynamo Kiev) 6
Oleg Kuznetsov (Dynamo Kiev) 2
Aleksandr Zavarov (Juventus) 1

1990

12. Robert Prosinecki (Red Star Belgrade) Dragan Stojkovic (Marseille) both 2


1991

2. Darko Pancev (Red Star Belgrade) Dejan Savicevic (Red Star Belgrade) both 42

Robert Prosinecki (Red Star Belgrade and Real Madrid) 34
Miodrag Belodedici (Red Star Belgrade) 15
Hristo Stoichkov (Barcelona) 3
Gheorghe Hagi (Real Madrid) 1
Aleksei Mikhailichenko (Glasgow Rangers) 1
Dimitras Paravakos (Panathinaikos) 1

1992

2. Hristo Stoichkov (Barcelona) 80


1993

4.Alen Boksic (Marseille and Lazio) 29

Emil Kostadinov (Porto) 11
Hristo Stoichkov (Barcelona) 6
Sergei Kiriakov (Karlsruhe) 2
Stelios Manolas (AEK Athens) 1

1994

Winner. Hristo Stoichkov (Barcelona) 210

Gheorghe Hagi (Brescia and Barcelona) 68
Dejan Savicevic (Milan) 8
Yordan Letchkov (Hamburg) 4
Krassimir Balakov (Sporting Lisbon) 3
Zvonimir Boban (Milan) 1

1995

14.Hristo Stoichkov (Barcelona and Parma) 14

Dejan Savicevic (Milan) 12
Davor Suker (Sevilla) 10
Zvonimir Boban (Milan) 5

1996

6.Davor Suker (Real Madrid) 38

Karel Poborsky (Slavia Prague and Manchester United) 15
Alen Boksic (Lazio and Juventus) 12
Predrag Mijatovic (Valencia and Real Madrid) 9
Patrik Berger (Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool) 3
Trifon Ivanov (Rapid Vienna) 3
Radek Bejbl (Slavia Prague and Atletico Madrid) 2

1997

2.Predrag Mijatovic (Real Madrid) 68

Krassimir Balakov (vfb Stuttgart) 11

1998

2.Davor Suker (Real Madrid) 68

Predrag Mijatovic (Real Madrid) 10
Nikos Machlas (Vitesse) 1

1999

3.Andrey Shevchenko (Dynamo Kiev and Milan) 64

Sinisa Mihajlovic (Lazio) 12
Zlatko Zahovic (Porto and Olympiacos) 9
Pavel Nedved (Lazio) 8

2000

3.Andrey Shevchenko (Milan) 85

Zlatko Zahovic (Olympiacos and Valencia) 8
Pavel Nedved (Lazio) 4

2001

8.Andrey Shevchenko (Milan) 18

2002

None.

2003

Winner.Pavel Nedved (Juventus) 190

Andrey Shevchenko (Milan) 67
Jan Koller (Borussia Dortmund) 1
Adrian Mutu (Parma and Chelsea) 1

2004

Winner.Andrey Shevchenko (Milan) 175

Theodoris Zagorakis (AEK Athens and Bologna) 44
Pavel Nedved (Juventus) 23
Angelos Charisteas (Werder Bremen) 15
Milan Baros (Liverpool) 11
Traianos Delas (Roma) 5
Antonios Nikopolidis (Panathinaikos and Olympiacos)

2005

5.Andrey Shevchenko (Milan) 33

Petr Cech (Chelsea) 7
Pavel Nedved (Juventus) 1

2006

None

2007

19.Petr Cech (Chelsea) 7

Dimitar Berbatov (Tottenham) 1

2008

6.Andrei Arshavin (Zenit) 64

Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United) 3

2009

13.Edin Dzeko (vfl Wolfsburg) 12

Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United) 8
Andrei Arshavin (Arsenal) 5

2010

None

2011

None

2012

None

2013

13.Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund) 0.92% of vote.

2014

None

2015

4.Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) 4.17% of vote.

Ivan Rakitic (Barcelona) 0.05%

2016

16.Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) 3

Luka Modric (Real Madrid) 1

2017

5.Luka Modric (Real Madrid) 84

Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) 45
Jan Oblak (Atletico Madrid) 4
Edin Dzeko (Roma) 2
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Great effort Abedi! Balaci should have been no.1 form 80 to 83 straight

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Found this somewhere: In 1960 eastern german information agency ADN (Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst) organised the vote "Eastern european player of the year". Only players of former Soviet Union, former Yugoslavia, former Czechoslovakia, Eastern Germany (before 1991), Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey and Albania were in contention for the award.
The voting was conducted: 1960-1991 ADN, 1992-2007 radiostation "Radioropa", 2008-2012 radiostation "Berlin-Britz", since 2013 newspaper "Ukrainian football".

1960 - 1. Yuri Voynov (USSR) - 22%, 2. Lev Yashin (USSR) - 19%, 3. Bora Kostic (Yug) - 17%, 4. Ivan Kolev (Bul) - 15%, 5. János Göröcs (Hun) - 14%, 6. Blagoja Vidinic (Yug) - 13.
1961 - 1. Georgi Naydenov (Bul) - 21%, 2. Gyula Grosics (Hun) - 19%, 3. Lev Yashin (USSR) - 18%, 4. Josef Masopust (Cze) - 17%, 5. Dragoslav Šekularac (Yug) - 15%, 6. Mikhail Meskhi (USSR) - 11%.
1962 - 1. Josef Masopust (Cze) - 74%, 2. Milan Galic (Yug) - 12%, 3. Viliam Schrojf (Cze) - 6%, 4. Andrej Kvašňák (Cze) - 4%, 5. Lajos Tichy (Hun) - 3%, 6. Dragoslav Šekularac (Yug) - 1%.
1963 - 1. Lev Yashin (USSR) - 75%, 2. Josef Masopust (Cze) - 10%, 3. Svatopluk Pluskal (Cze) - 6%, 4. Aleksandar Shalamanov (Bul) - 4%, 5. Flórián Albert (Hun) - 3%, 6. Manfred Kaiser (DDR) - 2%.
1964 - 1. Valeriy Voronin (USSR) - 53%, 2. Ferenc Bene (Hun) - 20%, 3. Flórián Albert (Hun) - 9%, 4. Lev Yashin (USSR) - 8%, 5. Klaus Urbanczyk (DDR) - 7%, 6. Nikola Kotkov (Bul) - 4%.
1965 - 1. Ján Popluhár (Cze) - 22%, 2. Georgi Asparukhov (Bul) - 19%, 3. Valeriy Voronin (USSR) - 17%, 4. Flórián Albert (Hun) - 16%, 5. Slava Metreveli (USSR) - 14%, 6. Ferenc Bene (Hun) - 12%.
1966 - 1. Ferenc Bene (Hun) - 25%, 2. Flórián Albert (Hun) - 22%, 3. Josef Masopust (Cze) - 18%, 4. Nicolae Dobrin (Rom) - 15%, 5. Velibor Vasovic (Yug) - 11%, 6. Dragan Dzajic (Yug) - 9%.
1967 - 1. Flórián Albert (Hun) - 74%, 2. Igor Chislenko (USSR) - 8%, 3. János Farkas (Hun) - 7%, 4. Anatoliy Byshovets (USSR) - 6%, 5. Nicolae Dobrin (Rom) - 3%, 6. Eduard Streltsov (USSR) - 2%.
1968 - 1. Dragan Dzajic (Yug) - 79%, 2. Antal Dunai (Hun) - 9%, 3. Georgi Asparukhov (Bul) - 6%, 4. Jozef Adamec (Cze) - 3%, 5. Lajos Szűcs (Hun) - 2%, 6. Simeon Simeonov (Bul) - 1%.
1969 - 1. Vladimir Muntyan (USSR) - 23%, 2. Petar Zhekov (Bul) - 20%, 3. Ladislav Kuna (Cze) - 19%, 4. Dragan Dzajic (Yug) - 17%, 5. Jozef Adamec (Cze) - 13%, 6. Alexander Vencel (Cze) - 8%.
1970 - 1. Dragan Dzajic (Yug) - 24%, 2. Albert Shesternyov (USSR) - 21%, 3. Włodzimierz Lubański (Pol) - 18%, 4. Josip Skoblar (Yug) - 14%, 5. Anatoliy Byshovets (USSR) - 13%, 6. Cornel Dinu (Rom) - 10%.
1971 - 1. Eugeni Rudakov (USSR) - 38%, 2. Josip Skoblar (Yug) - 34%, 3. Ferenc Bene (Hun) - 10%, 4. Mimis Domazos (GRE) - 9%, 5. Dragan Dzajic (Yug) - 6%, 6. Velibor Vasovic (Yug) - 3%.
1972 - 1. Victor Kolotov (USSR) - 27%, 2. Włodzimierz Lubański (Pol) - 23%, 3. Josip Skoblar (Yug) - 20%, 4. Kazimierz Deyna (Pol) - 15%, 5. Murtaz Khurtsilava (USSR) - 11%, 6. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 4%.
1973 - 1. Kazimierz Deyna (Pol) - 29%, 2. Hristo Bonev (Bul) - 21%, 3. Jan Tomaszewski (Pol) - 18%, 4. Enver Marić (Yug) - 16%, 5. Ferenc Bene (Hun) - 13%, 6. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 3%.
1974 - 1. Kazimierz Deyna (Pol) - 63%, 2. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 14%, 3. Grzegorz Lato (Poland) - 12%, 4. Cornel Dinu (Rom) - 6%, 5. Victor Kolotov (USSR) - 3%, 6. Jürgen Sparwasser (DDR) - 2%.
1975 - 1. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 80%, 2. Leonid Buryak (USSR) - 7%, 3. Branko Oblak (Yug) - 6%, 4. Vladimir Onischenko (USSR) - 4%, 5. Dudu Georgescu (Rom) - 2%, 6. Hristo Bonev (Bul) - 1%.
1976 - 1. Ivo Viktor (Cze) - 72%, 2. Anton Ondruš (Cze) - 10%, 3. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 7%, 4. Antonín Panenka (Cze) - 5%, 5. Ivan Ćurković (Yug) - 4%, 6. Marián Masný (CZE) - 2%.
1977 - 1. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 34%, 2. Tibor Nyilasi (Hun) - 28%, 3. Dudu Georgescu (Rom) - 12%, 4. András Törőcsik (Hun) - 11%, 5. David Kipiani (USSR) - 10%, 6. Dražen Mužinić (Yug) - 8%.
1978 - 1. Tibor Nyilasi (Hun) - 34%, 2. Zdeněk Nehoda (Cze) - 22%, 3. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 19%, 4. Marián Masný (Cze) - 16%, 5. Zbigniew Boniek (Pol) - 6%, 6. István Kocsis (Hun) - 3%.
1979 - 1. Safet Sušić (Yug) - 27%, 2. Zbigniew Boniek (Pol) - 25%, 3. Zdeněk Nehoda (Cze) - 24%, 4. Joachim Streich (DDR) - 15%, 5. Vitaliy Starukhin (USSR) - 7%, 6. Antonín Panenka (Cze) - 2%.
1980 - 1. Antonín Panenka (Cze) - 35%, 2. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 20%, 3. Ladislav Vízek (Cze) - 18%, 4. Vladimir Petrović (Yug) - 17%, 5. Vladimir Bessonov (USSR) - 9%, 6. Marcel Răducanu (Rom) - 1%.
1981 - 1. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 47%, 2. Ramaz Shengelia (USSR) - 32%, 3. Aleksandr Chivadze (USSR) - 11%, 4. Zbigniew Boniek (Pol) - 5%, 5. Zlatko Vujović (Yug) - 3%, 6. Tibor Nyilasi (Hun) - 2%.
1982 - 1. Zbigniew Boniek (Pol) - 51%, 2. Rinat Dasaev (USSR) - 18%, 3. Józef Młynarczyk (Pol) - 15%, 4. Jan Fiala (Cze) - 8%, 5. Tibor Nyilasi (Hun) - 6%, 6. Imre Garaba (Hun) - 4%.
1983 - 1. Rinat Dasaev (USSR) - 28%, 2. Safet Sušić (Yug) - 25%, 3. Tibor Nyilasi (Hun) - 17%, 4. Fyodor Cherenkov (USSR) - 14%, 5. Zbigniew Boniek (Pol) - 13%, 6. Stoycho Mladenov (Bul) - 3%.
1984 - 1. Safet Sušić (Yug) - 32%, 2. Hans-Jürgen Dörner (DDR) - 26%, 3. Gennadiy Litovchenko (USSR) - 21%, 4. Vasilis Hatzipanagis (Gre) - 10%, 5. Silviu Lung (Rom) - 6%, 6. Velimir Zajec (Yug) - 5%.
1985 - 1. Oleg Protasov (USSR) - 30%, 2. Zbigniew Boniek (Pol) - 29%, 3. Anatoliy Demiyanenko (USSR) - 28%, 4. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 6%, 5. Lajos Détári (Hun) - 4%, 6. Vahid Halilhodžić (Yug) - 3%.
1986 - 1. Igor Belanov (USSR) - 29%, 2. Aleksandr Zavarov (USSR) - 27%, 3. Helmuth Ducadam (Rom) - 25%, 4. Pavel Yakovenko (USSR) - 13%, 5. Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - 5%, 6. Rinat Dasaev (USSR) - 1%.
1987 - 1. Aleksandr Zavarov (USSR) - 42%, 2. Oleg Protasov (USSR) - 21%, 3. Gheorghe Hagi (Rom) - 18%, 4. Józef Młynarczyk (Pol) - 9%, 5. Antal Róth (Hun) - 8%, 6. Rodion Cămătaru (Rom) - 2%.
1988 - 1. Aleksey Michaylichenko (USSR) - 49%, 2. Aleksandr Zavarov (USSR) - 15%, 3. Oleg Kuznetsov (USSR) - 12%, 4. Dragan Stojković (Yug) - 11%, 5. Rinat Dasaev (USSR) - 9%, 6. Anatoliy Demiyanenko (USSR) - 4%.
1989 - 1. Gheorghe Hagi (Rom) - 37%, 2. Dragan Stojković (Yug) - 35%, 3. Vladimir Bessonov (USSR) - 10%, 4. Safet Sušić (Yug) - 8%, 5. Aleksey Mikhaylichenko (USSR) - 7%, 6. Hristo Stoichkov (Bul) - 3%.
1990 - 1. Robert Prosinečki (Yug) - 33%, 2. Gheorghe Hagi (Rom) - 26%, 3. Dragan Stojković (Yug) - 20%, 4. Hristo Stoichkov (Bul) - 14%, 5. Safet Sušić (Yug) - 6%, 6. Zvonimir Boban (Yug) - 1%.
1991 - 1. Darko Pančev (Yug) - 24%, 2. Dejan Savićević (Yug) - 22%, 3. Hristo Stoichkov (Bul) - 21%, 4. Gheorghe Popescu (Rom) - 16%, 5. Robert Prosinečki (Yug) - 15%, 6. Miodrag Belodedici (Rom) - 2%.
1992 - 1. Hristo Stoichkov (Bul) - 55%, 2. Ľubomír Moravčík (Cze) - 19%, 3. Davor Šuker (Cro) - 12%, 4. Alen Bokšić (Cro) - 7%, 5. Gheorghe Popescu (Rom) - 4%, 6. Gheorghe Hagi (Rom) - 3%.
1993 - 1. Andrey Kanchelskis (Rus) - 36%, 2. Alen Bokšić (Cro) - 31%, 3. Emil Kostadinov (Bul) - 11%, 4. Sergey Kiriyakov (Rus) - 9%, 5. Hristo Stoichkov (Bul) - 8%, 6. Victor Onopko (Rus) - 5%.
1994 - 1. Hristo Stoichkov (Bul) - 77%, 2. Andrey Kanchelskis (Rus) - 10%, 3. Iordan Lechkov (Bul) - 6%, 4. Gheorghe Hagi (Rom) - 4%, 5. Dejan Savićević (Yug) - 2%, 6. Victor Leonenko (Ukr) - 1%.
1995 - 1. Dejan Savićević (Yug) - 25%, 2. Davor Šuker (Cro) - 23%, 3. Andrey Kanchelskis (Rus) - 20%, 4. Predrag Mijatović (Yug) - 16%, 5. Zvonimir Boban (Yug) - 9%, 6. Hristo Stoichkov (Bul) - 7%.
1996 - 1. Davor Šuker (Cro) - 46%, 2. Karel Poborský (Cze) - 27%, 3. Gheorghe Popescu (Rom) - 10%, 4. Patrik Berger (Cze) - 8%, 5. Alen Bokšić (Cro) - 6%, 6. Radek Bejbl (Cze) - 3%.
1997 - 1. Predrag Mijatović (Yug) - 50%, 2. Krassimir Balakov (Bul) - 22%, 3. Hasan Salihamidžić (Bsn) - 11%, 4. Andrey Shevchenko (Ukr) - 7%, 5. Davor Šuker (Cro) - 6%, 6. Alen Bokšić (Cro) - 4%.
1998 - 1. Davor Šuker (Cro) - 40%, 2. Sergey Rebrov (Ukr) - 25%, 3. Predrag Mijatović (Yug) - 13%, 4. Adrian Ilie (Rom) - 9%, 5. Andrey Shevchenko (Ukr) - 8%, 6. Nikos Machlas (Gre) - 5%.
1999 - 1. Sergey Rebrov (Ukr) - 38%, 2. Andrey Shevchenko (Ukr) - 36%, 3. Siniša Mihajlović (Yug) - 12%, 4. Zvonimir Boban (Cro) - 10%, 5. Gheorghe Hagi (Rom) - 3%, 6. Pavel Nedvěd (Cze) - 1%.
2000 - 1. Andrey Shevchenko (Ukr) - 64%, 2. Egor Titov (Rus) - 15%, 3. Zlatko Zahovic (Svn) - 8%, 4. Pavel Nedvěd (Cze) - 7%, 5. Jan Koller (Cze) - 4%, 6. Hakan Şükür (Tur) - 2%.
2001 - 1. Aleksandr Mostovoy (Rus) - 26%, 2. Pavel Nedvěd (Cze) - 24%, 3. Andrey Shevchenko (Ukr) - 23%, 4. Sergey Barbarez (Bsn) - 19%, 5. Emmanuel Olisadebe (Pol) - 5%, 6. Igor Tudor (Cro) - 3%.
2002 - 1. Valentin Belkevich (Blr) - 22%, 2. Tomáš Rosický (Cze) - 20%, 3. Dmitriy Los'kov (Rus) - 18%, 4. Hasan Şaş (Tur) - 17%, 5. Pavel Nedvěd (Cze) - 15%, 6. Kakha Kaladze (Geo) - 8%.
2003 - 1. Pavel Nedvěd (Cze) - 48%, 2. Andrey Shevchenko (Ukr) - 38%, 3. Nihat Kahveci (Tur) - 6%, 4. Dado Pršo (Cro) - 4%, 5. Jan Koller (Cze) - 3%, 6. Adrian Mutu (Rom) - 1%.
2004 - 1. Andrey Shevchenko (Ukr) - 76%, 2. Theodoros Zagorakis (Gre) - 8%, 3. Pavel Nedvěd (Cze) - 7%, 4. Milan Baroš (Cze) - 4%, 5. Māris Verpakovskis (Ltv) - 3%, 6. Jan Koller (Cze) - 2%.
2005 - 1. Andrey Shevchenko (Ukr) - 67%, 2. Aleksandr Gleb (Blr) - 11%, 3. Petr Čech (Cze) - 10%, 4. Tomáš Rosický (Cze) - 5%, 5. Zoltán Gera (Hun) - 4%, 6. Dimitar Berbatov (Bul) - 3%.
2006 - 1. Aleksandr Gleb (Blr) - 45%, 2. Euzebiusz Smolarek (Pol) - 15%, 3. Adrian Mutu (Rom) - 13%, 4. Tomáš Rosický (Cze) - 12%, 5. Shota Arveladze (Geo) - 8%, 6. Luka Modrić (Cro) - 7%.
2007 - 1. Dimitar Berbatov (Bul) - 23%, 2. Adrian Mutu (Rom) - 21%, 3. Aleksandr Gleb (Blr) - 18%, 4. Ivica Olic (Cro) - 16%, 5. Marek Jankulovski (Cze) - 14%, 6. Andrey Voronin (Ukr) - 8%.
2008 - 1. Andrey Arshavin (Ukr) - 39%, 2. Nemanja Vidić (Srb) - 25%, 3. Yuri Zhirkov (Rus) - 20%, 4. Luka Modrić (Cro) - 7%, 5. Anatoliy Timoshchuk (Ukr) - 5%, 6. Petr Čech (Cze) - 4%.
2009 - 1. Darijo Srna (Cro) - 21%, 2. Ivica Olic (Cro) - 19%, 3. Nemanja Vidić (Srb) - 18%, 4. Petr Čech (Cze) - 16%, 5. Edin Džeko (Bsn) - 15%, 6. Andrey Arshavin (Rus) - 11%.
2010 - 1. Dejan Stanković (Srb) - 41%, 2. Dimitar Berbatov (Bul) - 32%, 3. Marko Vucinic (Mng) - 13%, 4. Balázs Dzsudzsák (Hun) - 7%, 5. Nemanja Vidić (Srb) - 5%, 6. Cristian Chivu (Rom) - 2%.
2011 - 1. Luka Modrić (Cro) - 20%, 2. Martin Škrtel (Svk) - 19%, 3. Jakub Błaszczykowski (Pol) - 18%, 4. Edin Džeko (Bsn) - 16%, 5. Robert Lewandowski (Pol) - 15%, 6. Branislav Ivanović (Srb) - 12%.
2012 - 1. Petr Čech (Cze) - 29%, 2. Robert Lewandowski (Pol) - 21%, 3. Luka Modrić (Cro) - 20%, 4. Genrikh Mhitaryan (Arm) - 12%, 5. Branislav Ivanović (Srb) - 11%, 6. Mario Mandžukić (Cro) - 9%.
2013 - 1. Robert Lewandowski (Pol) - 145 pts, 2. Mario Mandžukić (Cro) - 109, 3. Andrey Yarmolenko (Ukr) - 86, 4. Darijo Srna (Cro) - 70, 5. Edin Džeko (Bsn) - 67, 6. Vedad Ibišević (Bsn) - 48.
2014 - 1. Luka Modrić (Cro) - 129 pts, 2. Robert Lewandowski (Pol) - 111, 3. Marek Hamšík (Svk) - 77, 4. Edin Džeko (Bsn) - 72, 5. Andrey Yarmolenko (Ukr) - 69, 6. Darijo Srna (Cro) - 67.
2015 - 1. Robert Lewandowski (Pol) - 121 pts, 2. Andrey Yarmolenko (Ukr) - 114, 3. Evheni Konoplyanka (Ukr) - 114, 4. Ivan Rakitic (Cro) - 101, 5. Juraj Kucka (Svk) - 50, 6. Elseid Hysaj (Alb) - 25.
2016 - 1. Jan Oblak (Svn) - 312 pts, 2. Luka Modric (Cro) - 213, 3. Robert Lewandowski (Pol) - 132, 4. Ivan Rakitic (Cro) - 68, 5. Marek Hamšík (Svk) - 59, 6. Ivelin Popov (Bul) - 40

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I'm not kidding here, and I've said it before, if you look deep down in your soul you'll realize that Romanians are master race.
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1960, #5, János „Titi“ Göröcs, was my old man‘s best mate
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Can someone compile a nation ranking for this?

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Going to have to update this soon when Modric wins or gets horribly robbed by Cristiano Ronaldo.
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1960, #5, János „Titi“ Göröcs, was my old man‘s best mate
And also his gay lover.









I'm sorry.

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lol what? you sipped too much of that uisge there last night?
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In 1986 there should be more Steaua players, both in the traditional and the EE one. Boloni for example.

Absolute lack of respect for the European champion.
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Yeah, Belodedici, Lacatus, Boloni and Piturca would have been worthy selections. It's likely their performance in the final against Barcelona where they played ultra defensive for penalties counted against them, especially the attackers, but Belodedici or Beloni could at least have been there.

Without counting through it all, it seems Romanian league did not have the same respect as a few others until after that season, especially with the ballon d'or one . You can see the big respect that was still around for Hungarian and Czechoslovak football through the 60s and 70s as whoever was doing the best domestically tends to appear.
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