Luxembourgish Footballer of the Year

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The Luxembourgian Footballer of the Year is an award granted every season to a football player from Luxembourg's domestic top-flight National Division, rewarding the player judged to have been the most valuable to his team that season. It is awarded by the sports desk of d'Wort , Luxembourg's most-read daily newspaper. It has been awarded every year since 1988, and has been named the Guy Greffrath Challenge after Guy Greffrath, the long-time sports editor at d'Wort, since 1997.

Winners

SeasonWinnerClub
1987–88 Denis Scuto Flag of Luxembourg.svg Jeunesse Esch
1988–89 Jean-Marc Rigaud Flag of France.svg CA Spora Luxembourg
1989–90 Carlo Weis Flag of Luxembourg.svg FC Avenir Beggen
1990–91 Marc Birsens Flag of Luxembourg.svg Union Luxembourg
1991–92 Claude Ganser Flag of Luxembourg.svg Jeunesse Esch
1992–93 Luc Holtz Flag of Luxembourg.svg FC Etzella Ettelbruck
1993–94 Théo Scholten Flag of Luxembourg.svg FC Avenir Beggen
1994–95 Manuel Cardoni Flag of Luxembourg.svg Jeunesse Esch
1995–96 Manuel Cardoni Flag of Luxembourg.svg Jeunesse Esch
1996–97 Mikhail Zaritski Flag of Luxembourg.svg FC Sporting Mertzig
1997–98 Mikhail Zaritski Flag of Luxembourg.svg FC Sporting Mertzig
1998–99 Manuel Cardoni Flag of Luxembourg.svg Jeunesse Esch
1999–00 Manuel Cardoni Flag of Luxembourg.svg Jeunesse Esch
2000–01 Ahmed El Aouad Flag of Morocco.svg CS Hobscheid
2001–02 Frédéric Cicchirillo Flag of France.svg F91 Dudelange
2002–03 Ahmed El Aouad Flag of Morocco.svg CS Grevenmacher
2003–04 Laurent Pellegrino Flag of France.svg Jeunesse Esch
2004–05 Stéphane Martine Flag of France.svg F91 Dudelange
2005–06 Joris Di Gregorio Flag of France.svg F91 Dudelange
2006–07 Joris Di Gregorio Flag of France.svg F91 Dudelange
2007-08 Emmanuel Coquelet [1] Flag of France.svg F91 Dudelange
2008-09 Pierre Piskor [2] Flag of France.svg FC Differdange 03
2009-10 Daniel Huss [3] Flag of Luxembourg.svg CS Grevenmacher
2010–11 Daniel da Mota [4] Flag of Luxembourg.svg F91 Dudelange
2011–12 Aurélien Joachim [5] Flag of Luxembourg.svg F91 Dudelange
2012–13 Stefano Bensi [6] Flag of Luxembourg.svg CS Fola Esch
2013–14 Sanel Ibrahimović [7] Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Jeunesse Esch
2014–15 Laurent Jans [8] Flag of Luxembourg.svg CS Fola Esch
2015–16 David Turpel [9] Flag of Luxembourg.svg F91 Dudelange
2016–17 Omar Er Rafikl [10] Flag of France.svg Differdange 03 / F91 Dudelange
2017–18 David Turpel [11] Flag of Luxembourg.svg F91 Dudelange
2018–19 Danel Sinani Flag of Luxembourg.svg F91 Dudelange

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