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Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez, who led Argentina's most popular team to the Copa Libertadores title, was voted the top player in Latin America on Wednesday in an annual poll by sports journalists.
Paraguayan forward Jose Cardozo of Mexico's Toluca was second in the survey conducted by Uruguayan newspaper El Pais, followed by Brazilian midfielder Digeo of Santos.
The 19-year-old Tevez, whose speed and crafty ball control have quickly made him a fan favourite, has drawn the attention of several top European clubs, including Germany's Bayern Munich.
I'm glad that Tevez won when the whole continent was swooning over Diego and Robinho. I thought the Copa Libertadores final in Sao Paulo showed how Tevez made everyone around him that much better.
I hope that when he eventually gets transferred he goes to a high-profile club so that we can see him on TV. Another great player, D'Alessandro, is buried in obscurity in Wolfsburg.Posted by eduardo | January 3, 2004 10:49 AM
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