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fifa-ballon-dor-gala-2012Abby Wambach won the 2012 Golden Ball in the year of the American triumph at the Olympics after Germany's 2011 World Cup silver medal. Pia Sundhage elected best CT of the year 2012.
Wambach led the team to the London Olympics title 2012, where he also won the Adidas Golden Ball as the best player in the competition and the Adidas Golden Shoe as best bomber. He prevailed with the 20,67% of the votes, in front of the Brazilian Marta and the charming Alex Morgan, attacking from the deadly left and not only that they received respectively 13,50% and 10,87% of the preferences.
The Wambach was born on 2 June 1980. His career begins with the age of majority at the University of Florida where he will play up to 21 years and then move into 2011 in Washington and then Magicjack. He has collected two Olympic Gold medals in the 2004 in Athens and in the 2012 in London, he participates in 5 World Championships playing 29 matches and scoring 22 networks.
Pia Sundhage was born in Sweden on 13 February 1960. A former Hammarby player, she retires at the age of 36 and becomes famous in the United States as a coach. From the 2008 to the 2012 four times the "Nations Tournament", in the 2008 and 2011 the "Cup Algarge", in the 2008, 2010, 2011 the Olympic Gold Medal, in the 2012 lost the final at the World Championships in Germany at the penalties against Japan. The 17 July 2011 becomes CT of Sweden. The 7 January 2013 wins the award as mglior CT of the year 2012.

Walter Pettinati
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