The sixth FIFA World Player of the Year award ceremony will take place on Monday (January 17th). The world’s best players in the men’s and women’s categories will be honored at a mega-event at FIFA headquarters in Zurich. The awards ceremony is held annually to recognize the contributions of the best players in all FIFA-related competitions.
The awards ceremony is organized by the International Football Association (FIFA). Last year, the Ballon d’Or was canceled due to the COVID-19 epidemic, and FIFA’s best football award ceremony was almost over.
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski ended the reign of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo and won the Man of the Year award last year. The police star is vying for the title again, along with Argentine legend Messi and Liverpool striker Mohammed Salah.
Messi won the Ballon d’Or for the seventh time last year after a fantastic season with his former club FC Barcelona and Argentina. The legendary striker led Argentina to an unforgettable victory in the Copa America, ended a fantastic season on his own turf and is one of his favorite players to become the best male player of 2021.
Salah finished another great season for Liverpool, while Lewandowski continued his success in 2021. He scored 54 goals in 58 games for the club and the national team in the calendar year, becoming the most prolific player.
Click here to see all the nominees for the best FIFA Awards 2021:
Candidates for the best male players of 2021
Robert Lewandowski (FC Bayern Munich, Poland)
Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain, Argentina)
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool, Egypt)
Nominated for Best Female Player of 2021
Jennifer Hermoso (Barcelona, Spain)
Sam Kerr (Chelsea, Australia)
Alexia Putellas (Barcelona, Spain)
FIFA nominees for the best male coaches of 2021:
Roberto Mancini (Italy)
Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)
Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea)
Where and how to watch the best FIFA 2021 ceremony?
Indian football fans can watch a live broadcast of the 2021 FIFA Awards on Voot Select. FIFA’s social media (YouTube, Facebook, Twitter) will also broadcast the awards ceremony live to viewers from around the world.
Covey Scotland: Dr. Gregor Smith urges football fans to be careful when returning to the stadium
The Scottish government has lifted restrictions on major events and is urging participants to be careful during this week’s football tournament.
Following the rapid spread of the Omicron version across the UK, sporting authorities rescheduled the games after a major outdoor event was limited to 500 people in December.
Dr. Sir Gregor Smith, the hospital’s chief medical officer, called on fans to take care of their return to the stadium, and the first game will take place on Monday at Celtic Park Stadium, which has a capacity of more than 60,000 people.
In an interview with the BBC’s Scotland program “Good Morning”, he asked if Covey’s latest figures confirmed the decision to return to large-scale events. This is a significant incentive for progress, especially in terms of total data. The real improvement seems to be.
He added: “We are yet to see the effects of children’s return to school and increased socialization.”
He suggested that the positive trend in Scotland had declined in Scotland in recent weeks and that there were signs of stabilization across the country.
Returning to football, he said: “If I were going to the stadium tonight, I would do a few things to make it as comfortable as possible. The first of them was how I got to the stadium. The probability of matching increases.
“One thing I have to do before I get into the side stream.”
He added: “I think I would have been careful if I had been in the stadium.
“Look for obstacles where people gather, avoid those crowded feet, and make sure you always wear a mask when you’re in the crowd.”
He was asked if it was time in Scotland to reduce the time spent on self-isolation to allow workers to return to work without isolation, but added that isolation remains an important part of reducing the number of Covedi cases. The notion that omicron is a completely safe infection is still in the minds of many people. I’m afraid not. That’s what you see in our hospital right now. So right now, we’re a little behind in taking big, bold steps, like ending the isolation period. “
In addition to the football tournament, Murrayfield will be able to host a full six-nation rugby hall after the restrictions are eased.
Scots will still need to show evidence of vaccination or a recent negative side flow test in order to participate in a major event.
At least half of those attending the event, which has more than 1,000 attendees, are expected to check out Kovid’s status.