Monday , March 1 2021

19 profiles: They win the Gold Ball and the Diamond Ball



On Monday, this year's football player will be featured on Fotbollsgalan.

Who gets the Golden Globe of the Evening Leaf – and who wins the Diamond Ball?

We asked the straight questions to 19 profiles in Swedish football.

Here are their answers.

Malin Moström, 43, Umeå, former national star

Golden Ball:

– Andreas Granqvist. If he thinks he will get it in view of the summer's championship, he was a contributing factor to the fact that it went well.

diamantbollen:

– Kosovare Asllani. She takes a step forward all the time and plays a major role in both the club team and the national team.

Photo: Henrik Montgomery / TT / TT NYBYRÅN

Victoria Sandell Svensson, 41, Stockholm, former national team star

Golden Ball:

"Very sad, but I have to say somebody," says Victor Nilsson Lindelöf. But Andreas Granqvist and Robin Olsen are also worth it. Robin has done it badly in Rome and during the World Cup, and Victor has basically played a regular place in United. He has been cruel at the end and it should be weighed in.

diamantbollen:

– Caroline Seger. In addition to being an important player in Rosengård during the year, she is incredibly important for the national team. It noticed the match she missed and then she makes one of her better against Denmark in the qualification. She pulses the games in a very good way and controls the game, is good both defensively and offensive. It feels like she's everywhere.

Ralf Edström, 66, Gothenburg, former national team star, winner of Guldbollen 1972 and 1974

Golden Ball:

"To me there is only one candidate, Andreas Granqvist. Emil Forsberg would have been involved in the discussion but he has not come up to the level he can hold partly because of the damage. Zlatan has come back strong, but has only performed in MLS, nothing further. Robin Olsen is really only a competitor, but I think Granqvist is quite given. What he performed during the World Cup is at his own level.

diamantbollen:

"I would like Stina Blackstenius to get the Diamond Ball – but I think Hedvig Lindahl gets it. Blackstenius is a fresh fan, she has got the shoulder offensive off after Lotta Schelin, working hard and targeting.

Photo: Henrik Montgomery / TT / TT NYBYRÅN

Patrik Andersson, 47, former national team star, project manager Serneke, winner of Guldbollen 1995 and 2001

Golden Ball:

"This year there are three candidates: Nilsson Lindelöf, Olsen and Granen. Two play at the highest level, and one of them stands out, I think. Victor Nilsson Lindelöf was our best player during the World Cup. In addition, he has resumed his place in Manchester United and made several strong efforts in the Champions League where he actually performed for several seasons. Therefore he will get the Gold Ball. The grains performances are harder to compare with Victor's and Olsens, considering that he played in the super set second half.

diamantbollen:

– Here it's harder to choose. There are several who have done good achievements. My choice falls on Hedvig.

Magnus Hedman, 45, Stockholm, former national team, now own entrepreneur, winner of Guldbollen 2000

Golden Ball:

"I want to give it to my goalkeeper colleague, Robin Olsen. He has grown into the role and fully taken over by Isaksson. Robin is stable and makes very few mistakes, and has also shown that he is a match winner in Rome. I have played in Serie A, it is a difficult league as a goalkeeper.

diamantbollen:

– Hedvig Lindahl has shown that she has become better and better over the years.

Photo: Henrik Montgomery / TT / TT NYBYRÅN

Thomas Ravelli, 59, Göteborg, goalkeeper legend, winner of Guldbollen 1981:

Golden Ball:

– Stands between Robin Olsen and "Granen". I think Robin takes it. He has done well even after the World Cup. Is 99 percent that he takes it.

diamantbollen:

– Ouff, hard … Victories can be with, Blackstenius too … Either one of them.

Photo: ANDERS WIKLUND / TT NYBYRÅN

Kristin "Kicki" Bengtsson, 48, Stockholm, former national star, winner of Diamantbollen 1994 and 2004:

Golden Ball:

– Andreas Granqvist. There are not so many others. Stable in the World Cup and tongivande in Krasnodar.

diamantbollen:

– Nilla Fischer. Finalist of the Champions League and winner of the German league. Stable in the national team.

Alexander Axén, 48, Örebro, coach profile and TV expert:

Golden Ball:

– Zlatan. Only he can go he will have it!

diamantbollen:

– Asllani. Dam Zlatan!

Kennet Andersson, 51, Gothenburg, former national team star

Golden Ball:

– "Cereal". He became the face of the Swedish national team during the World Cup. Has also been good on Swedish soil.

diamantbollen:

– Elin Rubensson. She has been badly good this year, since I'm a little local patriotic.

Photo: Alexander Larsson Fourth / TT / TT NYHETSBYRÅN

Lasse Granqvist, 51, program leader and commentator:

Golden Ball:

– Andreas Granqvist. The symbol for the strong Swedish World Cup summer; safe shooter and sharp leader.

diamantbollen:

– Hedvig Lindahl. Provides great peace and security to defensive in both club and national teams. A clear declaration of success.

Johan Orrenius, 35, Gothenburg, editor-in-chief of Offside:

Golden Ball:

– Robin Olsen. The luck after Isaksson would be great, but the feeling is that Sweden instead changed. Key players in the World Cup and impressive, strong autumn in Rome. Zlatan and Granqvist challenge, but Olsen meets better teams every week (sorry San José and Norrby).

diamantbollen:

– Really hard this year, but Hedvig Lindahl's Chelsea titles weigh heavily, and Sweden only released two goals during the World Championship qualifier. I'll be able to beat a goalkeeper this year.

Bosse Petersson, 72, Mariefred, former player, coach and expert:

Golden Ball:

– Andreas Granqvist! He was the player who personified the World Championship success for the national team and partly what the football represents in my world: always the team before the game.

diamantbollen:

– Nilla Fischer! Team captain of Europe's best team. Still an important player for Gerhardsson during the World Cup 2019.

Photo: Henrik Montgomery / TT / TT NYBYRÅN

Hasse Backe, 66, Stockholm, former coach and now expert in TV4 / C More:

Golden Ball:

"Robin Olsen stood for a flawless World Cup and acclimatized quickly in Serie A and Roma, had previously recorded a record number of zeros for FC Copenhagen. It is a whole that is hardly overcome.

diamantbollen:

– Hedvig Lindahl. Took a double in Chelsea and just released two goals for the national team in the World Cup qualifier.

Niklas Jihde, 42, Vallentuna, Program Director Viasat:

Golden Ball:

"It is a three-star battle between Granqvist, Lindelöf and Olsen. Everyone was magical during the World Cup, but I think Olsen is sticking this ball too. He has had an unprecedented development in Blågult and in Rome.

diamantbollen:

– Julia Karlernäs in Piteå. Actually, the whole of Piteå should get each diamond ball – but the team is personally manned by Karlernäs who dominated and will also guide the national team against brilliant successes.

Photo: CARL SANDIN / BILDBYRÅN

Jennifer Falk, 25, goalkeeper Kopparbergs / Göteborg

Golden Ball:

– Robin Olsen. He was cruel in the World Cup and has done well in Rome.

diamantbollen:

– Nilla Fischer. Won the series, second place in CL 17/18 and joined the national team to the World Cup.

Petrit Zhubi, 30, futsallandslaget

Golden Ball:

– Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

diamantbollen:

– Kosovare Asllani.

Daniel Kristiansson, commentator, C More / TV4

Golden Ball:

"I give it to Robin Olsen in competition with Victor Nilsson Lindelöf, who has been good at PL and World Cup and Zlatan, who has found right again and fills in goals. Olsen has proven to be very good when it comes to many crucial rescues.

diamantbollen:

– Kosovare Asllani. Too few players have stuck in a fairly even national team with mixed results. She is the player who has been the best overall. Rarely do a bad game and stand for finesse, good looks in the match game and rarely drop ball. Most importantly together with Lindahl.

Photo: AVDO BILKANOVIC / BILDBYRÅN

Zecira Musovic, 22, goalkeeper Rosengård

Golden Ball:

– Robin Olsen. Good in national teams as well as club teams, not least in Rome. He puts goalkeepers on the map.

diamantbollen:

– Nilla Fischer. Team captain in one of the world's best club teams and one of the clearest cliffs in the national team. A matter of course.

Malin Hägg, 31, runs the Podden Klackspark

Golden Ball:

"This year there is no obvious choice, but I land on Robin Olsen. He made a good World Cup this summer and was a stable last outpost in a team impressed throughout the tournament. In addition, he has found himself in Rome after a little bit of jerky start.

diamantbollen:

– Kosovare Asllani. Even though Linköping's season did not get what was hoped, "Kosse" has been a bright star in both the club and national team. In addition, she struggles tirelessly against injustice even outside the plan.

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