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IFFHS: Alphonso Davies Best CONCACAF Player in 2021

As part of the end of the year, the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS), unveiled the characters that stood out fo


As part of the end of the year, the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS), unveiled the characters that stood out for their performances and performance within the CONCACAF during 2021.

Starting by the footballer who was chosen as the Best Player of the confederation, recognition that now belongs to the Canadian Alphonso Davies, element of FC Bayern Munich Bundesliga from Germany.

Davies, winger on the left with his club and winger on the same band with the Canadian National Team, is one of the best footballers in the world because of the way he dominates his side, both in the Old Continent and in Qualifying for the Qatar 2022 World Cup where Canada is the momentary leader of the Octagonal Final.

Who won other IFFHS awards at CONCACAF?

  • Best Goalkeeper: Guillermo Ochoa, the Mexican receives the distinction after reaching the final of the Champions League with Club América, defending the Mexican National Team in the final of the Nations League, Tokyo Olympic Games and Qualifiers towards the World Cup.
  • Best Selection Coach: Gregg Berhalter, the American technical director of the USMNT He is awarded after his enormous year against ‘Team USA’, in which they won the Nations League, Gold Cup and are second on the way to the World Cup.
  • Best Soccer Generator: Brenda aaronson, the attacking midfielder who is part of the USMNT and RB Salzburg. He was part of the squad that won the Nations League, he has added minutes both in the Qualifiers and in the Champions League.
  • Best U-20 Player: Ricardo Pepi, 18-year-old North American forward for FC Dallas, a club with which he scored 13 goals in MLS, in addition to adding 3 goals in World Cup Qualifiers with the United States selection.

Other recognitions went to the Best Club Coach that Javier Aguirre obtained after winning the Champions League with Monterrey and Best Referee for Saïd Martínez.