DZFoot d'Or

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The DZFoot d'Or is a football award, created in 2000 by the Algerian football website DZFoot.com, the leading source of Algerian football news. The award is given annually to the Algerian player considered to have performed the best over the previous year.

DZFoot d'Or Winners

YearPlayerClub
2000
Djamel Belmadi
Flag of France.svg Marseille
2001
Djamel Belmadi
Flag of France.svg Marseille
2002
Farouk Belkaid
Flag of Algeria.svg JS Kabylie
2003
Moussa Saïb
Flag of Algeria.svg JS Kabylie
2004
Karim Ziani
Flag of France.svg Lorient
2005
Karim Ziani
Flag of France.svg Lorient
2006
Karim Ziani
Flag of France.svg Sochaux
2007
Rafik Saïfi
Flag of France.svg Lorient
2008
Rafik Saïfi
Flag of France.svg Lorient
2009
Madjid Bougherra
Flag of Scotland.svg Rangers
2010
Madjid Bougherra
Flag of Scotland.svg Rangers
2011
Ryad Boudebouz
Flag of France.svg Sochaux
2012
Sofiane Feghouli
Flag of Spain.svg Valencia
2013
El Arabi Hillel Soudani
Flag of Croatia.svg Dinamo Zagreb
2014
Yacine Brahimi
Flag of Portugal.svg Porto
2019
Ryad Karim Mahrez
Flag of England.svg Manchester City


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