AthleticThe masculine prize will fall to the Scottish McNeill, the player with the most matches in Celtic
ANDl Athletic adds its One Club Awards to women's football. For the first time since the club established the annual award to recognize historical trajectories in the same team,the Ibaigane club has decided to double the prize and from this season, at least during the presidency of Aitor Elizegi, will have male and female modality. The Swedish Malin Moströn will open the award list of a recognition that in his masculine side will receive the Scottish Billy McNeill. The two join a relationship that opened Matlt Le Tissier (Southampton) and followed Paolo Maldini (Milan), Sep Maier (Bayern) and Carles Puyol (Barcelona).
The SwedishMoström was one of the great references of world women's soccer between 1995 and 2006,that was the time he defended the Umea IK jersey with which he won the League and Cup in Sweden as well as twice the Champions League. The midfielder was 113 times international and stayed at the doors of conquering the World Cup and European Championship. The Umea IK withdrew the shirt with the number 6 when the player decided to hang the boots but Moström was re-engaged for two weeks a year after the goodbye to meet the losses due to injury of two teammates.
The male One Club Award will be for the Scottish Billy McNeill, who defended the Celtic shirt for 18 seasons, reaching 882 games. He is the player with the most presence in the history of the club of Verdiblanco.McNeill was captain of the Celtic that in 1967 conquered the Glass of Europe in the end against the Inter Milan with the curiosity of which all the soccer players who aligned in the Celtic were Scottishand they were born within a radius of less than 50 kilometers around Glasgow. McNeill (79 years old) will not be able to go to San Mamés to collect the prize since he suffers from a delicate moment of health. Moström will be present at the delivery.