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Nominees for the adidas Golden Ball announced

 Nominees for the adidas Golden Ball announced

 Adidas Golden Ball for the 2006 FIFA World Cup nominees:
o Michael Ballack Germany
o Miroslav Klose Germany
o Andrea Pirlo Italy
o Fabio Cannavaro Italy
o Gianluca Zambrotta Italy
o Gianluigi Buffon Italy
o Maniche Portugal
o Zinedine Zidane France
o Thierry Henry France
o Patrick Viera France

 . The adidas Golden Ball for the 2006 FIFA World Cup is the official FIFA trophy for the “Best Player of the Tournament”.
 The ten nominated players were selected by the Technical Study Group of FIFA.
 Around the FIFA World Cup final accredited media representatives will vote to determine the winners of the adidas Golden, Silver and Bronze ball. The winners of this official FIFA trophy will be announced on 10 July.


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